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Phoebe Cary (1824 – 1871)


With her older sister Alice Cary, co-published poems in 1849.
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Phoebe Cary
Her washing ended with the day,
Yet lived she at its close,
And passed the long, long night away
In darning ragged hose.

But when the sun in all its state
Illumed the Eastern skies,
She passed about the kitchen grate
And went to making pies.
Cary quotes
Nearer my Father's house,
Where the many mansions be,
Nearer the great white throne,
Nearer the crystal sea.

Nearer the bound of life,
Where we lay our burdens down,
Nearer leaving the cross,
Nearer gaining the crown.
Cary
And though hard be the task,
"Keep a stiff upper lip".




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