The Last Invocation At the last, tenderly, From the walls of the powerful fortress’d house, From the clasp of the knitted locks, from the keep of the well-closed doors, Let me be wafted.
Thy lover me, for always I have loved thee, Even as basking babe, then happy boy alone by some wood edge, thy touching-distant beams enough, Or man matured, or young or old, as now to thee I launch my invocation.
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Any invocations must be done so they do not advance any particular faith or belief.
The Supreme Court held that a religious invocation is allowed because it has a secular purpose; i.e., to solemnize the event .