Rossiter Worthington Raymond
Rossiter Worthington Raymond Poems
- Immortality Some gazed into the heavens afar; Some delved in...
- The Grand Canyon of the Colora... A thought of God on earth ...
- Easter Morning red! Morning red! Now the shadows all are ...
- Death's Revelation One more from earth to heaven ...
- Mother True heart and wise, that with Love's key Didst open ...
Rossiter Worthington Raymond (April 27, 1840 in Cincinnati, Ohio – December 31, 1918 in Brooklyn, New York) was an American mining engineer, legal scholar and author. At his memorial, the President of Lehigh University described him as "one of the most remarkable cases of versatility that our country has ever seen—sailor, soldier, engineer, lawyer, orator, editor, novelist, story-teller, ... more »
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One more from earth to heaven ascends;
Yet earth and heaven do lie so near
That still we walk with unseen friends
And our beloved still are here!
We feel upon our foreheads still
Their hands, we strive in vain to reach
While with the words of love they fill
The silence which is love's own speech.
The mystery thus we learn at last,
Uniting earth's divided lives,
That, all things mortal being passed,
Immortal, changeless love survives!
Sinning, and doubting overmuch,
Too oft we lose the vision clear,
The hearing keen, the subtle ...