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SONG OF THE RED GROSS

• 1 0 (jracious ones, ivc hless your name | I'nou our bonded knee; j '['lie"voice of love with tongue of flame Records vour charitv. Vonr heart;;, your lives right willingly yo k'ave ' That, sacred null might shine: I Vc fell, briglil. spirits, bravo amongst the j brave, . Coninassitmaio, divine: I Ve fell, bright, spirits, bravo amongst the I brave. 1 (' onipas-ieuato. divine. 1 Mimp'e from your iusirnus floods The conqueror shall take. Soiling sublime and fruitful seeds Of nidus in thia ache. And when our griefs have passed on glootnv iving, When friend and foe are sped, -•oils of a morning to be born shall sing Iho radiant Cross of 'Red: of 11 morning to be Tiorn shall sinj The radiant Cross of Red. I Kim:.-; Phiuu-otts,

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SONG OF THE RED GROSS, Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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SONG OF THE RED GROSS Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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