The Freemason's Monthly Magazine, כרך 30

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Tuttle & Dennett, 1871
 

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עמוד 51 - Let us gather up the sunbeams Lying all around our path ; Let us keep the wheat and roses, Casting out the thorns and chaff; Let us find our sweetest comfort In the blessings of to-day, With a patient hand removing All the briers from the way.
עמוד 105 - I'd see it through, When I come in sight o' the house 'twas some'at in the night, And just as I turned a hilltop I see the kitchen light; Which often a han'some pictur' to a hungry person makes, But it don't interest a feller much that's goin...
עמוד 51 - If we knew the baby fingers, Pressed against the window pane, Would be cold and stiff to-morrow — Never trouble us again— Would the bright eyes of our darling Catch the frown upon our brow ? Would the print of rosy fingers Vex us then as they do now...
עמוד 85 - DRAW up the papers, lawyer, and make 'em good and stout ; For things at home are crossways, and Betsey and I are out. We, who have worked together, so long as man and wife, Must pull in single harness for the rest of our nat'ral life. " What is the matter ?
עמוד 106 - And so we sat a-talkin' three-quarters of the night, And opened our hearts to each other until they both grew light ; And the days when I was winnin' her away from so many men Was nothin' to that evenin
עמוד 85 - I scolded because she broke a bowl, And she said I was mean and stingy, and hadn't any soul, And so that bowl kept pourin...
עמוד 105 - And seein' where we missed the way, and where we might have been. And many a corner we'd turned that just to a quarrel led, When I ought to 've held my temper and driven straight ahead ; And the more I thought it over, the more these memories came, And the more I struck the opinion that I was the most to blame. And things I had long forgotten kept risin...
עמוד 105 - I'd done my supper I drawed the agreement out, And give it to her without a word, for she knowed what 'twas about; And then I hummed a little tune, but now and then a note Was bu'sted by some animal that hopped up in my throat. Then Betsey she got her specs from off the mantel-shelf; And read the article over quite softly to herself; Read it by little and little, for her eyes is gettin' old, And lawyers' writin' ain't no print, especially when it's cold.
עמוד 106 - lowin' her too much ; But when she was through she went for me, her face a-streamin' with tears, And kissed me for the first time in over twenty years ! I don't know what you'll think, Sir — I didn't come to inquire — But I picked up that agreement and stuffed it in the fire ; And I told her we'd bury the hatchet alongside of the cow ; And we struck an agreement never to have another row.
עמוד 86 - I'll sell to a tradin' man I know, And kiss the child that was left to us, and out in the world I'll go. And one thing put in the paper, that first to me didn't occur : That when I am dead at last...

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