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Freemason′s March - A Poem

Freemason′s March By Unknown Author Come, let us prepare, We brothers that are Met together on merry Occasion Let us drink, laugh and sing, Our Wine has a Spring, ′Tis a Health to an Accepted Mason.The World is in Pain Our Secret to gain, But still let them wonder and gaze on Till they′re shewn the Light They′ll ne′er know the right Word or Sign of an Accepted Mason.′Tis This and ′tis That, They cannot tell what, Why so many great Men in the Nation Should Aprons put on, To make themselves one With a Free or an Accepted Mason.Great Kings, Dukes and Lords, Have laid by their Swords, This our Myst′ry to put a good Grace on, And ne′er...

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The Emblems of the Craft - A Poem By Rob Morris

The Emblems of the Craft By Rob Morris Who wears the Square upon his breast Does in the face of God attest,–– And in the face of man,–– That all his actions will compare With the divine, the unerring Square, That squares great virtue′s plan. And he erects his edifice By this design, and this, and this.Who wears the Level says that pride Does not within his soul abide, Nor foolish vanity That man has but a common doom, And from the cradle to the tomb An equal destiny. And he erects his edifice By this design, and this, and this.Who wears the Plumb, behold how true His words and waLk! and could we view The chambers of his soul,...

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The Beacon Light - A Poem By Rob Morris

The Beacon Light By Rob Morris A city set upon a hillCannot be hidExposed to every eye, it willOver surrounding plain and vale,An influence shed,And spread the light of peace afar,Or blight the land with horrid war.Each Mason's Lodge is planted soFor high displayEach is a BEACON LIGHT, to showLife's weary wanderers as they go,The better wayTo show by ties of earthly love,How perfect is the Lodge above!Be this your willing task, dear friends,While laboring hereBorrow from Him who kindly lendsThe heavenly ladder that ascendsThe higher sphereAnd let the world your progress see,Upward by FAITH, HOPE, CHARITY.

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Fraternally Yours - A Poem

Fraternally Yours By Unknown Author I met a dear old man todayWho wore a Masonic pinIt was old and faded like the man,It's edges worn and thin.I approached the park bench where he sat,To give the old brother his dueI said I see you've traveled East,He said, I have, have you? I said, I have and in my dayBefore the all seeing sunI played in the rubbleWith Jubala, Jubelo, and Jubalum.He said don't laugh at the work my sonIt's good and sweet and true.And if you've traveled as you saidYou should give these things their due.The word, the sign, the token,The sweet Masonic prayer.The vow that you have takenYou have climbed the inner stair.The wages of a Masonare never paid...

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