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But we've come to the time for parting,
'Twas in September of Thirty-three,
When the leaves began to die,
That a score and nineteen pupils,
Enrolled at Glenville High.
We met as strangers at sunclown,
Afraid of the mist and the dark,
We met with a longing for friendship,
With someone who had a heart.
Not all were aware of the dangers,
Or the evils that were to come,
They thought only in terms of gayety,
And life as nothing but fun.
Now we've traveled four years togeth
And weive had our "ups" and "downs,"
Some may gain wealth and riches,
And others fame and glory.
The greatest attainment is friendship
For that is the sweetest story.
So whatever the years may bring us,
And whatever they take away,
May they never have power to remove
Those happy mem'ries of yesterday.
When at last, we're old and gray,
In memory we'll go back,
To times when we were school chums,
When intelligence we seemed to lack.
Now all that we ask, all that we want,
Is the pathway our Fathers trod,
To the land of rest and eternal life,
The time to be men not clowns.
Beneath a clear and cloudless sky,
There let me sit, till night doth die,
And I'11 not ask for one thing more,
For there my secrets I may store.
Without a pal, without a friend,
I'l1 sit alone, and be content,
For I can always wander back,
To the land of peace, the Kingdom of God
E'en though the future looks so black.
Oh Glooml Oh Glooml Why clon't yo
You're not my friend, you're my foe,
You never can have peace with me,
'Twill be more like a storm at sea.
I do not care to walk and roam,
All I want is to be alone,
Alone with Him Who owns it all,
Alone with Him Who can not fall.
C. M. K., '37
C. K., '37”