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Margaret E. Ford

Margaret E. Ford

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Looking Forward (Poem)

When the leaves fallDo we not say "They have played their partGiving all through the summer daysShelter and beauty in woodland ways,And mystic music that soothed the heart"—Oh leaves, dear leaves, we watch you fade,Regretfully but undismayed;While boughs are bare and days are drearWe wait for what shall be next…
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Re-union (Poem)

Since that drear day that took you from my sight.And left me in a world grown strange and cold,One anchoring thought has made my spirit bold,One star has shed its ray across my night. ’Tis this—that how so e'er I miss the lightOf your dear smile, the pressure of your…
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The Three Teachers (Poem)

Love teaches many things—so sweet his voiceWe learn with joy the lessons that he brings,No burdens weigh us down, nor fears appallWith him beside—Love teaches many things. Grief teaches many things—he leads us farThrough silent deserts where no fountain springsTo quench our thirst; in pain and tears we traceHis lessons…
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