Janet Hamilton

(1795-1873 / Scotland)

Janet Hamilton Poems

1. A Lay Of The Loch An' The Muirlan' 9/7/2010
2. A Lay Of The Tambour Frame 9/7/2010
3. A Memory: Banks Of Calder And Cousin Dora 9/7/2010
4. A Parody On 9/7/2010
5. A Phase Of The War In America, 1864 9/7/2010
6. A Plea For The Deric 9/7/2010
7. A Real Incident Of The Persecuting Times In Scotland 9/7/2010
8. A True Story: To Young Abstainers 9/7/2010
9. A Wheen Aul' Memories 9/7/2010
10. Address And Invitation 9/7/2010
11. Bothwell Brig 9/7/2010
12. A King Has Sought At Midnight Hour 9/7/2010
13. Pet Marjorie 9/7/2010
14. Address To Col. D. C. R. Carrick-Buchanan Of Drumpellier 9/7/2010
15. Address To Garibaldi In His Retirement At Caprera, 1868 9/7/2010
16. Address To Mrs. Wm. Anderson 9/7/2010
17. Address To The Rev. Dr. Gardner Of Bothwell 9/7/2010
18. America In 1863: Her 9/7/2010
19. America-- 9/7/2010
20. An Appeal For Thomas Eliot: The Shoemaker Poet 9/7/2010
21. Aul' Scotlan' 9/7/2010
22. Auld Mither Scotlan': A Lay Of The Doric 9/7/2010
23. Auld Mither Scotland 9/7/2010
24. Auld Scotlan' 9/7/2010
25. Auld Scotland At The Abbey Craig In November, 1864 9/7/2010
26. Auld Scotland's Welcome To Garibaldi 9/7/2010
27. Autumn Winds 9/7/2010
28. Ballad Of The Monkland Cottar 9/7/2010
29. Ballad Of The New Monkland Martyr 9/7/2010
30. Barnsley Colliery Explosion 9/7/2010
31. Battle Of The Alma 9/7/2010
32. Be Hopeful: I -- The Lark 9/7/2010
33. Be Hopeful: Ii -- The Rose 9/7/2010
34. Be Hopeful: Iii -- The Stream 9/7/2010
35. Be Hopeful: Iv -- The Resume 9/7/2010
36. Be Pitiful 9/7/2010
37. Birkhill: A Memory 9/7/2010
38. Brave Angus Cameron 9/7/2010
39. British Volunteers 9/7/2010
40. Burnin' Drink 9/7/2010
Best Poem of Janet Hamilton

The Fruits Of The Spirit

Spirit Divine! Eternal! Holy Dove!
These sacred fruits are thine,-peace, joy, and love,
Even peace with heaven, and peace on earth; a joy
Earth cannot give, nor, leagued with hell, destroy.
Love! 'tis the love thy presence sheds abroad
In hearts renew'd, the love supreme of God;
Long-suffering, when assailed by wrong or scorn;
Calm gentleness, though tried and spirit-worn;
True
goodness
, flowing from its source Divine;
And faith, that whispers, Saviour, Thou art mine!
Mild tranquil meekness, with her lowly grace;
And temperance, ruling measure, mood, ...

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Pet Marjorie

Sweet Pet! such pets are far and few-
A flow'ret balmed with spirit dew-
With beauteous tints of heavenly hue-
A lovely soul, bright, fond, and true,
The poet's pet and pearl.
Descending from her native skies,
Alas! how soon again to rise
An angel in an infant's guise,
She stormed all hearts with sweet surprise-

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