Henry Lawson

His Brother’s Keeper

By his paths through the parched desolation, Hot rides and the terrible tramps; By the hunger, the thirst, the privation Of his work in the further most camps. By his worth in the light that shall search men And prove – ay! And justify each – I place him in front of all churchmen Who feel not, who know not – but preach!

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