Hark, below, the many-voiced earth,The chanting of the old religious trees,Rustle of far-off waters, woven soundsOf small and multitudinous lives awake,Peopling the grasses and the pools with joy,Uttering their meaning to the mystic night!
It is through the multitudinous mass of living human hearts, of human acts and words of love and truth, that the Christ of the first century has become the Christ of the nineteenth.arthur penrhyn stanley
A great acacia, with its slender trunk And overpoise of multitudinous leaves, (In which a hundred fields might spill their dew And intense verdure, yet find room enough) Stood reconciling all the place with green.
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