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 The Versified Legend of the Virgin Clare - 261 

grant serenity to our mind, and purify our deeds; that,
after the clouds of this world, after the darkness
of the present life, He would breathe into tomorrow's morn,
and He would instill the joys of a heavenly life.a

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Legenda Versificata Sanctae Clarae, Fontes Franciscani, p. 2399


Clarificet sensus animi, mentesque serenet,
Actus purificet; ut post hec nubila mundi,

1725Post tenebras vite presentis, mane futurum

Clare of Assisi: Early Documents, p. 261

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