Thomas Cowherd

(March 20, 1817 – April 4, 1907 / England)

Thomas Cowherd Poems

1. An Address To Brantford, 1853 4/26/2012
2. Alcohol's Arraignment And Doom 4/26/2012
3. Birthday Thoughts And Aspirations 4/26/2012
4. Brantford's Welcome To The Prince Of Wales, 1860 4/26/2012
5. A Call For Help For Garibaldi 4/26/2012
6. A Call To The Soiree Of The Mechanic's Institute 4/26/2012
7. A Canadian National Song 4/26/2012
8. Canadians' Welcome To The Prince Of Wales 4/26/2012
9. The Charms Of June; Inscribed To My Wife 4/26/2012
10. Daisy, I Have Sought For Thee 4/26/2012
11. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 1 4/26/2012
12. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 2 4/26/2012
13. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 3 4/26/2012
14. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 4 4/26/2012
15. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 5 4/26/2012
16. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 6 4/26/2012
17. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 7 4/26/2012
18. The Emigrant Mechanic: A Tale Of Humble Life Book 8 4/26/2012
19. Emma, The Tinker's Daughter; Or, The Benefits Of Sabbath School Instruction 4/26/2012
20. 'Sumpter Has Fallen, But Freedom Is Saved' 4/26/2012
21. Acrostics: I.--To Mr. J. P--N, In The State Of Missouri, 1841 4/26/2012
22. Acrostics: Ii. To My Eldest Son, In Severe Sickness 4/26/2012
23. Fire Song 4/26/2012
24. Fireside Thoughts Of Ann, My Former Wife 4/26/2012
25. Grumblings 4/26/2012
26. Impromptu: To J. W--T 4/26/2012
27. The Inebriate's Daughter's Appeal To Her Father 4/26/2012
28. Jenny And Her Pet Lamb 4/26/2012
29. Lines Composed At Mr. M'Larty's, West Missouri, August 3, 1873 4/26/2012
30. Lines To My Mother, Who Died When I Was About Two Years Old 4/26/2012
31. Lines Written On The Morning Of The Dreadful Fire 4/26/2012
32. Lines...Account Of Lincoln's Departure From Springfield For Washington 4/26/2012
33. Murder Will Out; Or, The Power Of Conscience 4/26/2012
34. My Garden 4/26/2012
35. My Love Is No Gay, Dashing Maid (Song) 4/26/2012
36. My Old Arm Chair 4/26/2012
37. Stanzas On The Peaceful Struggle In Europe 4/26/2012
38. Stanzas Suggested By A Funeral 4/26/2012
39. Stanzas Suggested By The Railway Accident At Desjardin's Canal 4/26/2012
40. Stanzas To Rev. J. B. Howard And Family 4/26/2012

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To My Wife, On The 25th Anniversary Of Our Wedding Day

Dear Bride of five-and-twenty years,
I gladly give to thee this song.
That thou wilt spurn it I've no fears,
For love still reigns within thee strong,
And will reign long as life shall last;
For it has stood the fiery test
Of anguished moments in the past-
When out of pain came peaceful rest,
Until our life
Of toil and strife
Is joyful still, my darling wife.

When last I penned a lay to thee
I little dreamt that youthful charms
Would cling to thee at forty-three;
But now the thought my spirit warms
That I can see thee lovelier grown!
While ...

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Fire Song

TUNE, 'AULD LANG SYNE.'

When the wild cry of fire is heard
Borne on the midnight air,
And those who listen soon are stirred
To anxious ask 'Where? Where?'
Our Firemen brave, full bent to save,
Rush to their engine room;
And flushed with hope they grasp each rope,

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