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All Is Well
- WHATE'ER you dream, with doubt possessed,
- Keep, keep it snug within your breast,
- And lay you down and take your rest;
- And when you wake, to work again,
- The wind it blows, the vessel goes,
- And where and whither, no one knows.
- 'Twill all be well: no need of care;
- Though how it will, and when, and where,
- We cannot see, and can't declare.
- In spite of dreams, in spite of thought,
- 'Tis not in vain, and not for nought,
- The wind it blows, the ship it goes,
- Though where and whither, no one knows.
- Arthur Hugh Clough
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