Mary Colborne-Veel

(New Zealand)

What Look Hath She


What look hath she,
What majestie,
That must so high approve her?
What graces move
That I so love,
That I so greatly love her?


No majestie
But Truth hath She;
Thoughts sweet and gracious move her;
That straight approve
My heart to love,
And all my life to love her!

Submitted: Thursday, January 01, 2004

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