^ The Shway Dagn
eyes. I have walked there in the first freshness of the dawn, in the company of its earliest visitors ; I have spent the noontide in the shelter of its great trees ; I have followed the glory of the setting sun, as it has thrown its ^HBh
for one supreme jj
^ t 1 ^ figures at the foot of a " tagon-daing "
face. 1 have gone
to it in all times of joy and sorrow, and in every mood, for I have found it comforting and beautiful, and I suppose that I can claim to know it and to love it as well as any one in the world ; yet, when I come to describe it, its fascination, its beauty, the life that moves upon it,