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Kate Harrington

(1831 - 1917 / Allegheny City, Pennsylvania)

Poems of Kate Harrington

1. A Dirge For Horace Greeley 6/3/2014
2. A Temperance Poem 6/2/2014
3. A Temperance Song For The Fourth Of July. 8/8/2014
4. A Valentine 7/14/2014
5. A Welcome To Mrs. Frances D. Gage 7/14/2014
6. A Welcome To Our 'Jo' 6/2/2014
7. Angel Whispers 8/5/2014
8. Anniversary 8/8/2014
9. Anticipation And Possession 8/8/2014
10. Apostrophe To The Galaxy 8/8/2014
11. Away! 8/7/2014
12. Baby Margie 5/30/2014
13. Call Me Thine Own 8/7/2014
14. Centennial 7/23/2014
15. Eda 7/1/2014
16. Eighteen Hundred And Fifty-Nine 8/8/2014
17. Eighteen Hundred And Sixty-Two 8/5/2014
18. Esto Perpetua 7/1/2014
19. Flowers 8/8/2014
20. God's Candle 8/7/2014

Baby Margie

Came she with the April dawning ;
Such a tiny, tender thing,
Little sisters thought a seraph
Bore her earthward 'neath its wing.
And they said her harp was heavy
As her golden, starry crown,
Else the kind bestowing angel
Would have tried to bring it down.

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