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Image from page 55 of “A quaker love story, and other poems” (1885)
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Identifier: quakerlovestoryo00jone
Title: A quaker love story, and other poems
Year: 1885 (1880s)
Authors: Jones, Maria W. [from old catalog]
Publisher: Chicago, J.L. Regan & co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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Text Appearing Before Image:
heir flaxen hair; 46 THE CHERRY FESTIVAL OF HAMBURG. They kissed their cheeks and sweet red lips,They told how, back at home, They left such little ones as they,And then they bade them come To cherry orchards, close at hand, And there they stripped the treesOf branches rich with clustered fruit. Their little arms with theseThey filled, and with kind words of peace, They sent them back to town,And all the soldiers marched away, Nor thought of their renown. And now, each year in cherry time In Hamburg, one may seeThe little children celebrate This strange sweet victory.Again the tramp of little feet Is heard, as side by sideThey march all through the quaint old town In childhoods joyous pride. THE CHERRY FESTIVAL OF HAMBURG 47 Again, within their arms they bear Green branches, through whose leavesEipe cherries gleam, and tell a tale More strange than fancy weaves,About a bloodless battle fought Four hundred years ago.When children saved old Hamburg town By conquering its foe. 48 CAimiE.

Text Appearing After Image:
A WINSOME little girl,As pure as milk-wliite pearl, As sweet as fragrant rose,As blitlie as bird that knows Only to soar and sing,On swift ecstatic wing. So glad of life—of love—Of snnny sky above, Of all these things, so glad!Can she be ever sad? CARRIE. Ah, yes! so sad is sheOer broken wing of bee, Oer homeless dog or cat,Or any creature that God made and man forgetsTo care for, that she sets Me wondering how He,More pitiful than she, Endures so patientlyMans inhumanity. 49 50 FOR others sake. FOR OTHERS SAKE. Live pure, speak true, right wrong, follow The Christ—elswherefore born?—Idyls of the King. A KOUND-Kiiig Artliurs table came ^ ^ Brave, stalwart men, who, soon or late. Won for themselves a famous name. And climbed up to a knights estate.And each one sought some maidens smile. Her favor on his helmet wore,On deeds of errantry—the while She praised and loved him more and more. And poets idyls, new and old. Cease not to tell the wondrous tale.How these good knights, s

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