Thy heaven, on which ’tis bliss to look
Thy heaven, on which ’tis bliss to look. Thomas Moore* (1779-1832). This is taken from a poem in seven stanzas by Moore beginning ‘The turf shall be my fragrant shrine’*. Three stanzas (4, 6 and 7) were used by Percy Dearmer* in SofP and SofPE to make what Dearmer called ‘this useful little hymn’ (Songs of Praise Discussed, 1933, p. 361). The stanzas will be found printed in the entry on ‘The...
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