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Dinah Maria Craik (Дина Мария Крейк)


Now and Afterwards


TWO hands upon the breast,
And labor's done;
Two pale feet crossed in rest--
The race is won;
Two eyes with coin-weights shut,
And all tears cease;
Two lips where grief is mute,
Anger at peace':--
So pray we oftentimes, mourning our lot
God in his kindness answereth not.

'Two hands to work addrest
Aye for His praise;
Two feet that never rest
Walking His ways;
Two eyes that look above
Through all their tears;
Two lips still breathing love,
Not wrath, nor fear';
So pray we afterwards, low on our knees;
Pardon those erring prayers! Father, hear these!



Dinah Maria Craik's other poems:
  1. Coming Hame
  2. At the Linn-Side, Roslin
  3. A Word in Season
  4. Westward Ho!
  5. My Love Annie


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