• A Lost Chord

    SEATED one day at the Organ,
    I was weary and ill at ease,
    And my fingers wandered idly
    Over the noisy keys.... more »

  • A Woman’s Question

    BEFORE I trust my fate to thee,
    Or place my hand in thine,
    Before I let thy future give
    Color and form to mine,... more »

  • Doubting Heart

    WHERE are the swallows fled?
    Frozen and dead,
    Perchance, upon some bleak and stormy shore.
    O doubting heart!... more »

  • Envy

    He was the first always: Fortune
    Shone bright in his face.
    I fought for years; with no effort
    He conquered the place:... more »

  • Fidelis

    You have taken back the promise
    That you spoke so long ago;
    Taken back the heart you gave me-
    I must even let it go.... more »

  • My God, I Thank Thee Who Hast Made

    My God, I thank Thee who hast made
    The earth so bright;
    So full of splendour and of joy,
    Beauty and light;... more »

  • One By One The Sands Are Flowing

    One by one the sands are flowing,
    One by one the moments fall:
    Some are coming, some are going;
    Do not strive to grasp them all.... more »

  • Per Pacem Ad Lucem

    I DO not ask, O Lord, that life may be
    A pleasant road;
    I do not ask that Thou wouldst take from me
    Aught of its load;... more »

  • The Requital

    LOUD roared the tempest,
    Fast fell the sleet;
    A little Child Angel
    Passed down the street,... more »