TURNER, Charles Tennyson Quotes
(1808-1879), English divine and poet
There is a beauty in the name appropriated by the Saxon nations to the Deity, unequalled except by his most venerated Hebrew appellation. They called him "God," which is literally "The Good." The same word thus signifying the Deity and His most endearing quality.
Hung on the shower that fronts the golden west, the rainbow bursts, like magic, on mine eyes, in hues of ancient promise there impress, frail in its date, eternal in its meaning.