Robin M Posted November 21, 2021 Share Posted November 21, 2021 Happy Sunday, my lovelies and Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate. Song of Thanksgiving (To the air - Portuguese Hymn) Poems for Young Americans By Will Carleton We thank thee, O Father, for all that is bright-- the gleam of the day and the stars of the night; The flowers of our youth, and the fruits of our prime, And blessings e'er marching the pathway of time. We thank thee, O Father, for all this is drear-- The sob of the tempest -- the flow of the tear; For never in blindness, and never in vain, Thy mercy permitted a sorrow or pain. We thank thee, O Father, for song and for feast-- The harvest that glowed, and the wealth that increased; For never a blessing encompassed thy child, But thou in thy mercy looked downward and smiled. We thank thee, O Father for all! for the power Of aiding each other in life's darkest hour; The generous heart, and the bountiful hand, And all the soul-help that sad souls understand. We thank thee, O Father--for days yet to be -- For hopes that our future will call us to thee: That all our eternity form, through thy love, One Thanksgiving Day in the mansions above. **Copyright 1910 Every Where Publishing. ************************* Count of Monte Cristo Chapter 115. Luigi Vampa’s Bill of Fare Chapter 116. The Pardon Chapter 117. The Fifth of October Link to week 46 Visit 52 Books in 52 Weeks where you can find all the information on the annual, mini and perpetual challenges. 2 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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