The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.) 1906-1918, March 01, 1913, Image 16

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16 THE MONMAL waxen flower. The other hand she placed around the little creature crouching at her bedside. “ Mother, dear, it is Easter. I have been to the church and have seen the lilies and I heard voices singing— ‘Darkness veils the earth no more.’ ” H. Tierce, ’ 16 . Dawn on Mount Torrey. (Written by Ada Hilton Davies, a graduate of the Northern Normal and Industrial School of Aberdeen, S. Dak., and a student of the Montana State Normal College. First published in the Industrial Exponent.) Sublime the starry silence broods O’er valleys dim aand forests dark; The solemn hill’s far solitudes Echo no breath, but cold and stark, And chill mists which rise and soar, The clouds above are pierced and l o ! Old Torrey’s gleaming head peeps o’er The hushed and waiting world below. Now trembles in the east a ray Of glimmering, golden, liquid light, That glows and brings its fleeting way To sparkle first on Torrey’s height— A dazzling crown of virgin snows Beneath the star-gemmed azure sky; Afloat upon a sea of rose— Primeval Majesty on high. The hills awake, the stars retire, The heavens laugh; all Nature sings; With joyous life the world’s afire, And music bubbles from a thousand springs. Triumphant, light bids darkness flee, For the world young Day is born, And Life and Love and Youth are free To revel in th’ Eternal Morn.

The Monmal (Dillon, Mont.), 01 March 1913, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/TheMonmal/1913-03-01/ed-1/seq-16/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.