To Him Who Ever Thought with Love of Me

Gerard Manley Hopkins 1844 (Stratford, London) – 1889 (Dublin)

To him who ever thought with love of me
Or ever did for my sake some good deed
I will appear, looking such charity
And kind compassion, at his life’s last need
That he will out of hand and heartily
Repent he sinned and all his sins be freed.

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