Graceful Acacia

Graceful Acacia! slender, brittle,
I think I know the like of thee;
But thou art tall and she is little . . .
What God shall call her his own tree?
Some God must be the last to change her;
From him alone she will not flee;
O may he fix to earth the ranger,
And may he lend her shade to me!
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