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by Bro. R. J. McLaughlin
ciders of our ancient art
Built Temples, high and fair,
never stone was laid in place
never column rose in grace,
by the Square.
elders left a heritage,
Up reared in wood and stone,
who follow, might behold
craft of these, the men of old,
through their works, made known.
Oh, let us do our work as well,
Though never dome we raise,
brain untutored, hand unskilled,
A square-set Temple may we build,
simple nights and days.
Square of Virtue for our acts
Wherewith to set them true,
a building, standing quite
As worthy in our children's sight,
the Master's, too.
Thus may we, too, great builders be
Temple is the square-set mind,
Wherein the Master's Self may find
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Last modified: March 22, 2014