[Manuscript] "The Nun's Aspiration" / [Ralph Waldo Emerson and Mary Moody Emerson].
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The Nun's Aspiration
The yesterday doth never Smile, Today goes trudging Through the while, yet in the name of [undecipherable], I The morrow front, I Can defy; Though I am weak, yet God, when prayed, Cannot withhold his conquering aid. Ah me! it was my childhood's thought, If He should make my web a blot, on life's fair picture of delight, My heart's content would find it right.
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