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The Joy of Getting Home

by Edgar A. Guest

The joy of getting home again
is the sweetest thrill I know.
Though travelers by ship or train
are smiling when they go, 140 more words

Poetry

Indian Summer

Last Indian Summer Day

by Edgar A. Guest

An Indian summer day was born
within a cloud of mist at morn.
A calm, sweet infancy it knew… 141 more words

Poetry

October 15 - And the Crowd Goes Wild

When it goes well with the righteous, the city rejoices, but when the wicked perish, there are shouts of joy. Proverbs 11:10  AMP

Whether I like it or not, my life is affecting somebody else right now. 425 more words

Children

Thanksgiving Day Meditation

The Little Home

by Edgar Guest

The little house is not too small
to shelter friends who come to call.
Though low the roof and small its space… 111 more words

Poetry

A PRAYER

by Edgar Guest

Grant me, O Lord, this day to see
the need this world may have for me;
to play the friend
unto the end; 96 more words

Poetry

Bedtime

by Edgar A Guest

It’s bedtime and we lock the door,
put out the lights — the day is o’er.
All that can come of good or ill, 196 more words

Poetry

To An Old Friend

by Edgar A. Guest

When we have lived our little lives and wandered
all their byways through,
when we’ve seen all that we shall see and finished… 160 more words

Poetry