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**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla
Electronic Texts**
**eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By
Computers, Since 1971**
*****These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands
of Volunteers!*****
Title: Verses and Rhymes by the wayAuthor: Nora Pembroke
Release Date: October, 2004 [EBook #6601] [Yes,
we are more than one year ahead of schedule]
[This file was first posted on December 30, 2002]
Edition: 10
Language: English
*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG
EBOOK VERSES AND RHYMES BY THE WAY ***
Produced by Beth L. Constantine, Juliet
Sutherland, Charles Franks and the Online
Distributed Proofreading Team.
This file was produced from images generously
made available by the
Canadian Institute for Historical
Microreproductions.
VERSES AND RHYMESVERSES AND RHYMES
BY THE WAY.
BY NORA PEMBROKE.
There are poor Mango's poems, which James
Batter and me think excellent, and if any one think
otherwise, I wad just thank them to write better at
their leisure." —Mansie Wauch
"All beneath the unrivalled rose
The lowly daisy sweetly blows,
Though large the forest monarch throws
His army shade,
Yet green the juicy hawthorne grows
Adown the glade."
—Burns
To Mrs. Irving,
PEMBROKE.
I dedicate these verses to one whom I hold dear,
One who in the dark days drew in Christian
kindness near
May He who led me all my life do so and more tome
If ever I forget the debt of love I owe to thee.CONTENTS
A STORY OF PLANTAGENET
A LEGEND OF BUCKINGHAM VILLAGE
OTTAWA
THE LAKE ALLUMETTE
HOW PRINCE ARTHUR WAS WELCOMED TO
PEMBROKE
A MOTHER'S LAMENT FOR AN ONLY ONE
SERVANTS
ALAS, MY BROTHER!
I WILL NOT RE COMFORTED BECAUSE ONE IS
NOT
TO A FATHER'S MEMORY
ORSON'S FAREWELL (Orson Grout)
DEATH OF PRESIDENT LINCOLNDEATH OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN
ADDRESSES. To the Hon. Malcolm Cameron
ERIN'S ADDRESS TO THE HON. THOMAS
D'ARCY McGEE
NORA TO DAVID HEBBISON
DEATH OF D'ARCY McGEE
LINES TO A SHAMROCK. A Song of Exile
LAMENTATION. (Walter and Freddie)
THE SONG OF THE BEREAVED
COMFORT YE, COMFORT YE MY PEOPLE
MAJORITY
MY OWN GREEN LAND
BEREAVEMENT. (Job in. 26)
OUT OF THE DEPTHS
ERIN, MAVOURNEEN. A Prize Poem
WRITTEN FOR THE O'CONNEL CENTENARYWE LAMENT NOT FOR ONE BUT MANY
LINES FOR THE BRIDAL
WELCOME HOME
BAPTISM IN LAKE ALLUMETTE
GOOD BYE (To Miss E E.)
WEEP WITH THOSE WHO WEEP (Mary Maud)
TO ELIZABETH RAY
FAREWELL TO LORD AND LADY DUFFERIN
A WELCOME
DEATH OF NORMAN DEWAR
THE SHADOW OF THE ALMIGHTY
IN MEMORY OF JOHN LEACH CRAIG
FAREWELL
THE PRINCE OF ANHALT DESSAUMARY'S DEATH
TO ISABEL
LINES ON ANNEXATION
TO MY FRIEND
LITTLE MINNIE
TECUMTHE
CREED AND CONDUCT COMBINED AS CAUSE
AND EFFECT
RETROSPECT
TO THE RAIN
DIVIDED
TO MARY
TO FRANCES
A NEW YEAR'S ADDRESS, 1870
MY BABYTHE FATE OF HENRY HUDSON
FORSAKEN
KEEPING TRYST
EDGAR
GONE
WHAT WENT YE OUT FOR TO SEE?
THE IROQUOIS SIDE OF THE STORY
A SATIRE. A Humble Imitation
JUVENILE VERSES On the Birth of Albert Edward
Prince of Wales
THE BIBLE
THE ADIEU TO ELIZA
TO MY VALENTINE
FIRST LOVE
CHILDREN'S SONG

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