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Another Poem By A Poet Long Gone - Untitled

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To Eleanor Agnin

The world grows sadder round us,
As years are rolled on years:

Link after link, that bound us
To Earth, dissolves in tears.

The past: how deeply shaded
With sorrow's sombre hue!
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Monday, October 19, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: family
Poem hand written contained in Album: SCRIPTURAL Album with FLORAL ILLUSTRATIONS. Poem 11 of 27. Enjoy.
Michael Walker 22 November 2018
I did enjoy this poem very much. 'Fond early hopes how faded'-almost the story of my life. It's good that you have made the letter to be written by a character- a parson in the manse. It gives a Protestant tone.
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Darwin Henry Beuning 23 November 2018
Michael, George Junkin was president of Washington College. Thomas Jackson lived with the family and married daughter Elinor Ellie Junkin. Thomas became Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. I believe this is his father-in-law's poem. The family journal filled with poetry is one of a kind and was found at a Utah swap meet.
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Kim Barney 23 October 2015
This is a fantastic poem. Great rhyme and meter. Uncle D. Junkin did a great job with this one.
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Darwin Henry Beuning 21 October 2015
The Junkin Family is a famous name in United States History. More Junkin poems are listed on poemhunter. 26 poems listed by poet Margaret Junkin Preston,1820 - 1897 USA. I will continue my reseach on the album I have found and all the names contained therein.
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