I WALK THE UNFREQUENTED ROAD Frederick L. Hosmer American folk hymn, 1835 (music) I WALK T

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I WALK THE UNFREQUENTED ROAD Frederick L. Hosmer American folk hymn, 1835 (music) I WALK THE UNFREQENTED ROAD WITH OPEN EYE AND EAR; I WATCH A-FIELD THE FARMER LOAD THE BOUNTY OF THE YEAR. A BEAUTY SPRING-TIME NEVER KNEW HAUNTS ALL THE QUIET WAYS, AND SWEETER SHINES THE LANDSCAPE THROUGH ITS VEIL OF AUTUMN HAZE. I FACE THE HILL, THE STREAMS, THE WOOD, AND FEEL WITH ALL A-KIN; MY HEART EXPANDS; THEIR FORTITUDE AND PEACE AND JOY FLOW IN. I FILCH THE FRUIT OF NO MAN'S TOIL NO TRESPASSER AM I, AND YET I REAP FROM EV`RY SOIL AND FROM THE UNMEASURED SKY. I GATHER WHERE I DID NOT SOW, AND BIND THE MYSTIC SHEAF, THE AMBER AIR, THE RIVER'S FLOW, THE RUSTLE OF THE LEAF. --

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