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Mag poem rain f mercy

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the only one who can change man now is nature

the only one who can change man now is nature

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  • 1. Rain of Mercy In the hearts of high mountains, In the canopied forests of pine & plantain. On shores laughing with bluish delight, Sun spreading love’s light. Snow white, peaks bright, Clouds at amazing height. Fall down, rain of mercy, Unite all that’s earthly. Beautiful Petunias, colourful Dahlias, Wonderful camellias, graceful Gardenias, All flowers bloom now, Make man, in front of God, bow. Busy bees, please, cleverly cease, Hatefulness & jealousy, man’s greatest disease. Nectar of brotherhood, make man praiseworthy, Unite all that’s earthly Fall down, rain of mercy, Unite all that’s earthly Rain lovely, clouds swirly, drops misty, Unite all that’s earthly. Fall down, rain of mercy, Unite all that’s earthly.