Sad olive-groves, or silver-breasted dove,
Than terrors of red flame and thundering.
A bird at evening flying to its nest,
I think it is of Thee the sparrows sing.
When red and brown are burnished on the leaves,
Come when the splendid fulness of the moon
And reap Thy harvest: we have waited long.
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