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  • At General Grant's Tomb
    Afar my loyal spirit stirred
    At mention of his name;
    Afar in ringing notes I heard
    The clarion voice of fame; ...
  • My Mother's Hand
    My head is aching, and I wish
    That I could feel tonight
    One well-remembered, tender touch
    That used to comfort me so much, ...
  • Sheridan's Last Ride
    While Phoebus lent his hottest rays
    To signalize midsummer days,
    I stood in that far-famed enclosure
    By thousands visited, ...
  • Woman's Help
    Sometimes I long to write an ode
    And magnify his name,
    The man of honor, on the road
    To opulence and fame, ...
  • Be Not Anxious.
    "Be careful for nothing," Phil. iv. 6. Revised version, "Be not anxious."

    Of all the precepts in the Book ...
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Never 40 Life 36 Time 34 Heart 34 Sweet 34 I Love You 31 Love 31 Beauty 30 Thought 30 Long 30

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Masquerade2376: gone with the wind 1939. starring clark gable, vivien leigh, olivia de havilland, leslie howard, thomas mitchell, hattie mcdaniel and george reeves.
Petloverhermine: 26oct/1952: hattie mcdaniel, the first african-american to win an academy award for best actress, dies of breast cancer at the hospital of the motion picture house in woodland hills, california. she has bequeathed her oscar to howard university. she’s 59.
Tedcrilly666: my picks for the next tory cabinet. kenneth williams - pm sid james - chancellor frankie howard - fo charles hawtrey - defence hattie jacques - health peter butterworth - education barbara windsor - home office jim dale - culture if only they were running the country
Withdrawbolts: tati’s & tony’s dead poet tour // the tourist. by hattie howard
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Emily Dickinson Poem
The Well upon the Brook
 by Emily Dickinson


The Well upon the Brook
Were foolish to depend-
Let Brooks-renew of Brooks-
But Wells-of failless Ground!


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