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Category Archives: Poems/Hymns
Oh, dwarfed and wronged, and stained with ill, Behold! thou art a woman still! And, by that sacred name and dear, I bid thy better self appear. Still, through thy foul disguise, I see The rudimental purity, That, spite of … Continue reading
Poet divine! My heart is full of love, My thoughts well in my throat and melt in tears When seeking to express the power thy words convey. Thou hast a soul that wraps round mine sweet peace, That tells me … Continue reading
“Being perplexed, I say, ‘Lord, make it right! Night is as day to Thee, Darkness as light. I am afraid to touch Things that involve so much; My trembling hand may shake, My skilless hand may break; Thine can make … Continue reading
Lord, who ordainest for mankind Benignant toils and tender cares! We thank Thee for the ties that bind The mother to the child she bears.We thank Thee for the hopes that rise, Within her heart, as, day by day, The … Continue reading
Phoebe wrote of this after the loss of their first child, at the age of nine months. He was born September 1828. He was indeed a lovely flower, Although of pallid hue, Whilst love maternal, “magic power,” Beheld new beauties … Continue reading
A few more marchings weary, then we’ll gather home! A few more storm clouds dreary, then we’ll gather home! A few more days the cross to bear, And then with Christ a crown to wear; A few more marchings weary, … Continue reading
Say not–Is the thing possible? But–God is omnipotent! Say not–Look what I’d lose! But–See what I’d gain! Say not–Have I the wisdom? But–Am I a fool? I Cor. iii. 18. Say not–I might lose my life! But–I must save their … Continue reading
Leave behind earth’s empty pleasure, Fleeting hope and changeful love; Leave its soon-corroding treasure; There are better things above. Leave, oh, leave thy fond aspirings, Bid thy restless heart be still; Cease, oh cease, thy vain desirings, Only seek thy … Continue reading