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Lines On A Picture By Mary Gow Post by :robtur6 Category :Poems Author :Laurence Alma-tadema Date :November 2011 Read :1997

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Lines On A Picture By Mary Gow

O whirling World! I know a corner still
Unsoiled by Hate and Strife:
Where hushed and gentle is the voice of Life:
Where Time--a summer rill
Soft-flowing through the grass--in measure slow
Sings sweetly as we go.
Here is a room wherein the white day gleams:
Silence o'er Peace has spread her pearly wings:
A smiling woman reads of simple things:
A child's blue eyes are blinded by their dreams....

(The end)
Laurence Alma-Tadema's poem: Lines On A Picture By Mary Gow

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