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Lillian Day

Lillian Day

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Sufficient Unto the Day (Poem)

We have not laid our hand's best action down,Nor have we sung the sweetest songs that riseWithin the heart: nor seen with wakened eyesThe thorns and laurels that shall be our crown. The future pathway none can see, nor roam;None fly from marge to marge, to touch the spotOf some…
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The New Life (Poem)

For long years has thy pleading voice been heardUnanswered; now some hidden hand which heldMe through the darkness has at last dispelled(On this rare morning, since Thy voice upstirredThe thrilling joy-note of the early bird)All fears of that dim night-time; and has knelledThe death of baser motive, and compelledMy spirit…
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Faith (Poem)

Never a moment in the dusty street,But conscious of a guiding hand that cheers:When striving in the City's noise and heat,Knowing of drooping joys or darkened tears,To feel the breath of Heavenly Love inflow,And emanate, to heal this City's woe. Never a moment fraught with human pain,At seeming loss of…
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