Jean Blewett

(4 November 1872 - 1934 / Scotia, Lake Erie, Ontario)

Jean Blewett Poems

41. Madam Grundy 5/8/2012
42. Magdalene 5/8/2012
43. Men O' The Forest Mark 5/8/2012
44. The Message 5/8/2012
45. Miracles 5/8/2012
46. Morning 5/8/2012
47. The Mother 5/8/2012
48. The Mullein Meadow 5/8/2012
49. My Lady Nightingale 5/8/2012
50. The Native Long 5/8/2012
51. The Old Man's Visit 5/8/2012
52. The Orchard 5/8/2012
53. Our Dead In South Africa 5/8/2012
54. The Parting 5/8/2012
55. The Passage 5/8/2012
56. Peace 5/8/2012
57. The Ploughman 5/8/2012
58. Poynings 5/8/2012
59. The Preacher Down At Coles 5/8/2012
60. The Quarrel 5/8/2012
61. Queen Victoria 5/8/2012
62. The Secret 5/8/2012
63. Slander 5/8/2012
64. Sly Boy 5/8/2012
65. Soldiers All 5/8/2012
66. Lesley 5/8/2012
67. Life's Day 5/8/2012
68. Song Of The Golden Sea 5/8/2012
69. The Splendor Of The Days 5/8/2012
70. Spring 5/8/2012
71. St.Valentine 5/8/2012
72. Strength 5/8/2012
73. Thail Burn 5/8/2012
74. Thankfulness 5/8/2012
75. The Time And The Deed 5/8/2012
76. To-Day You Understand 5/8/2012
77. The Treasure Box 5/8/2012
78. The Trust 5/8/2012
79. Two June Nights 5/8/2012
80. Two Monuments 5/8/2012

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Best Poem of Jean Blewett

A Good Woman

Her eyes are the windows of a soul
Where only the white thoughts spring,
And they look, as the eyes of the angels look,
For the good in everything.

Her lips can whisper the tenderest words
That weary and worn can hear,
Can tell of the dawn of a better morn
Till only the cowards fear.

Her hands can lift up the fallen one
From an overthrow complete,
Can take a soul from the mire of sin
And lead it to Christ's dear feet.

And she can walk wherever she will-
She walketh never alone.
The work she does is the Master's work,
And God guards well ...

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Margaret

Her eyes-upon a summer's day
God's skies are not more blue than they.

Her hair-you've seen a sunbeam bold
Made up of just such threads of gold.

Her cheek-the leaf which nearest grows
The dewy heart of June's red rose.

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