Saying for the Day

‘Though my soul may set in darkness,
It will rise in perfect light,
I have loved the son too dearly,
To be fearful of the night’—

My variation of a poem by Sarah Williams ‘The Old Astronomer to his Pupil’ (the original having the word ‘stars’ instead of ‘son’/sun).

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