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The Project Gutenberg eBook, Debris, by Madge Morris


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Title: Debris
Selections from Poems


Author: Madge Morris



Release Date: June 22, 2005 [eBook #16108]

Language: English

Character set encoding: ISO-646-US (US-ASCII)


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DEBRIS

Selections from Poems

by

MADGE MORRIS

Sacramento
H. S. Crocker & Co., Printers

1881







_To the one who, reading, may fancy--
With a kindly thought for me--
There's a grain of gold in its driftings,
I dedicate this "Debris."_





PREFACE

The waif is born of emergency, and timidly launched on the rough
sea of opinion. Critic, touch it gently; it assumes nothing--has
nothing to assume; and your scalpel can only pain its
AUTHOR




CONTENTS

Mystery of Carmel
Wasted Hours
Rocking the Baby
"I Don't Care"
A Stained Lily
A Valentine
Which One
Life's Way
Uncle Sam's Soliloquy
Nay, Do Not Ask
A Picture
Hang Up Your Stocking
Opening the Gate for Papa
White Honeysuckle
Estrangement
Bring Flowers
Good-Bye
In the Twilight
Home
Why?
Out in the Cold
To Jennie
Watching the Shadows
I Give Thee Back Thy Heart
Light Beyond
A Neglected "Woman's Right"
Would You Care?
A Thought of Heaven
Consolance
When the Roses Go
The Difference
Beware
A Regret
"It is Life to Die"
O, Speak it Not
A Shattered Idol
Poor Little Joe
Fate
The Ghosts in the Heart
Only a Tramp
Put Flowers on My Grave
Old Aunt Lucy
Unspoken Words
O! Take Away Your Flowers
Rain
I love Him for His Eyes
Only
Somebody's Baby's Dead
The Withered Rosebud
My Ships Have Come From Sea

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