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THE SOUL OF THE CELL








Source: Mastery of Self
Category: Chapter I - The Twin-Verses

This crystal of Quartz,--the queen of its tribe,

Amethyst, Onyx, Chalcedony, Heliotrope, Agate,--

Some toiler of old Japan, the Artist fantastic,

Has polished to likeness of ice,

Ruining form to reveal it Fleche d'Amour

That the marvelous, delicate, hairlike inclosures

Of crystallizations foreign might please the beholder

Herein worked the Infinite well,

And, let us say, too, the artisan patient,

To one limit--significant boundary!





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