When God's warm justice is revealed—
The kingdom that the Father planned—
His children all will equal stand
As trees upon a level field.
There each one has a goodly space—
Each yeoman of the woodland race—
Each has a foothold on the Earth,
A place for business and for mirth.
—Edwin Markham, "Lincoln and Other Poems," p. 49,
See also Undecimber 30's entry.
and in "Lincoln and Other Poems," I also find this:
I bring to Earth the feel of home again,
That men may nestle on her warm, still breast ;
I bring to wronged, humiliated men
The sacred right to labor and to rest.