Kate Harrington Poems
- The Eastern Star Most worthy Patron, Matron, friends, The ...
- Woman's Voice When sin came among us, and Eden was lone, ...
- A Temperance Poem Mr. Lionel Lightfoot, a man, you must know,...
- The End Of The Rainbow ' Come, Nellie !' I cried, on a clear ...
- The Mississippi River There is not in the wide world a river ...
- Lake Michigan While thousands throng each crowded mart, And...
- My Mother's Glasses I opened a worn trunk yesterday, ...
Kate Harrington, born Rebecca Harrington Smith and later known as Rebecca Smith Pollard, was an American teacher, writer and poet.
She was born in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania on September 20, 1831. She spent her most productive years in Iowa. Her father, Prof. N.R. Smith, was a playwright and an authority on Shakespeare. She was married to New York poet and editor Oliver I. Taylor. ... more »
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The Eastern Star
Read before the members of this degree at Hamilton, Illinois, on St. John's Day, June 24, 1875.
Most worthy Patron, Matron, friends,
The blue sky fondly o'er us bends;
This grand old river at our feet
Listens, as if 'twould fain repeat
To distant shore or passing breeze
A murmur of our melodies.
Oh, wisely chosen, the gentle Five,
Whose spotless virtues we should strive
To imitate, that we may be
Worthy adoptive Masonry ;
Worthy to learn their sacred rite
When heavenly Orders greet our sight;
Worthy to catch the mystic sign
When Eastern stars ...