W. Garrett Horder, comp. The Poets’ Bible: New Testament. 1895.
To the Sea of GalileeBenjamin Waugh (18391908)
Well may all waters of the world for beauty envy thee.
And in thy face, as now yon sun, was mirrored once my God.
Thy troubled moods He calmed for thee; thou seem’st His child of grace.
Far more than He hath favoured thee hath Jesus favoured us.
’Twas not to give thy troubles peace that Him from glory drew.
Thy side He left, and went away—He never leaveth ours.
For on thy bosom Jesus found the place where He might sleep.
As John on Him, so He on thee found place where He might rest.
Come seek within my heart the place once found on Galilee.