On Easter, a Poem by St. Venantius Fortunatus, Circa 6th Century

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The seasons blush varied with the flowery, fair weather, and the gate of the pole lies open with greater light.

His path in the heaven raises the fire-breathing sun higher, who goes forth on his course, and enters the waters of the ocean.

Armed with rays traversing the liquid elements, in this brief night he stretches out the

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