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If We Knew (Poem)

If we knew the cares and crossesCrowding round our neighbor's way;If we knew the little losses,Sorely grievous, day by day;Would we then so often chide himFor his lack of thrift and gain,Leaving on his hearth a shadow,Leaving on his life a stain? If we knew the clouds above us,Held by…
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A Little Sketch (Poem)

What this troubled old world needsIs less of quibbling over creeds,Fewer words and better deeds. Less of "Thus and so shall youThink and act and say and do,"More of "How may I be true?" Less of wrangling over text;Less of creed and code perplexed;More of charity unvexed. Less of shouting:…
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