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Helen K. Watts

Helen K. Watts

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The One Unutterable Need (Poem)

I pass along the busy street,Scanning the faces that I meet,Striving to read, as best I may,What Life has writ on living clay;And often, all unconsciously,They open out their hearts to me:Then, dumb with unshed tears, I readThe one unutterable need.For some discordant, loud, and clear,Only the din of traffic…
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The Search (Poem)

I wandered in a solitary way,And found no place of rest:A barren lot was mine from day to day,A hunger of the breast. I scanned the records of our human kind,And lo! in conscious thought,And deeds—unconscious thinking—did I findOne Heart with mine, that sought: One Heart, that knew a Greatness…
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