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Sarah Doudney (1841 – 1926)


English novelist and poet, best known as a children's writer and hymnwriter.
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Sarah Doudney
But the waiting time, my brothers,
Is the hardest time of all.
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I send thee pansies while the year is young,
Yellow as sunshine, purple as the night;
Flowers of remembrance, ever fondly sung
By all the chiefest of the Sons of Light.
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And a proverb haunts my mind
As a spell is cast,
"The mill cannot grind
With the water that is past."




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The pure, the beautiful, the bright,
That stirred our hearts in youth,
The impulse to a wordless prayer,
The dreams of love and truth,
The longings after something lost,
The spiritís yearning cry,
The strivings after better hopes,ó
These things can never die.
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