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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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Itsmfleaders: itsmf is celebrating women's hertory month! hattie scott peterson is believed to be the first african-american woman to earn a b.s. in civil engineering, a degree she completed in 1946 at howard university.
Hattie_justb: howard’s end (1992)
Wiltonmovies: tonight (thursday march 16) one evening only - clark gable, vivien leigh, leslie howard, olivia de havilland, hattie mcdaniel in margaret mitchell’s “gone with the wind” (1939) tonight (thurs march 16) 7:30pm – free admission – watch trailer:
Beatricegroves1: '"winter," amorous poets sing, "ling'ring in the lap of spring"' (hattie howard, 'march') a quintessential march view - lusciously berried mistletoe hanging above swathes of daffodils.
Bre_blogs: anyway, did y’all know hattie mcdaniel, the first black woman to win an oscar donated the award to howard university where it mysteriously disappeared?
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William Allingham Poem
The Winter Pear
 by William Allingham

Is always Age severe?
Is never Youth austere?
Spring-fruits are sour to eat;
Autumn's the mellow time.
Nay, very late in the year,
Short day and frosty rime,
Thought, like a winter pear,
Stone-cold in summer's prime,
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