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MRS. ROSE HARTWICK THORPE
American poet
(1850 - 1939)

We think of Thanksgiving in harvest time--
  In the yielding, gathering golden time;
    When the sky is fringed with a hazy mist,
      And the blushing maples by frost lip kissed;
        When the barns are full with the harvest cheer,
          And the crowning, thankful day draws near.
            We think of Thanksgiving at resting time--
              The circle completed is but a chime
                In the song of life, in the lives of men;
                  We harvest the toils of our years, and then
                    We wait at the gate of the King's highway,
                      For the dawn of our soul's Thanksgiving Day.
      - [Thanksgiving Day]

Curfew must not ring to-night.
      - Curfew Must not Ring To-Night,
        title of poem [Bells]


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