Thomas E. Spencer
Thomas E. Spencer Poems
- Farewell As we travel Life's weary journey, And plod through...
- How Mcdougal Topped The Score A peaceful spot is Piper's ...
- Do I Love Thee I ask my heart, "Do I love thee?" But how can...
- The Voice Of The Willows Hiding away from the ...
- Think Of Me Think of me, when 'mid joy and gladness They ...
- Why Doherty Died It was out on the Bogan near Billabong ...
- The Song Of The Sundowner I'm the monarch of valley, and ...
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As we travel Life's weary journey,
And plod through the gathering years,
With our burdens of care and sorrow,
O'er a pathway bedewed with tears.
If, perchance, for a fleeting moment
Our hearts should with rapture swell,
We have added but one more sorrow,
When we bid the glad time "Farewell".
I have watched the bright dawn awaking,
And noted each changing light,
As the sun, in its morning splendour,
Dispelled the dark gloom of night.
I have welcomed its bright rays stealing
Over hill-top, and wood, and dell;
Yet, my joy was alloyed with ...