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The Verse-Book of a Homely Woman

Fay Inchfawn

Book Overview: 

Published by the Religious Tract Society in London, The Verse-Book of a Homely Woman is a collection of domestic, spiritual, and fanciful poems from the point of view of a woman, a housewife, and a Christian. The natural, supernatural, and solidly mundane are mixed together as well as separated into two parts: Indoors and Outdoors.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .With strenuous work to do— Real slogging work—say, how can you keep pace With leisured folks? Why, you could grow in grace If you had time . . . the daily Interview Was never meant for those who wash and bake. But yet a small Voice whispered: "For My sake Keep tryst with Me! There are so many minutes in a day, So spare Me ten. It shall be proven, then, Ten minutes set apart can well repay You shall accomplish more If you will shut your door For ten short minutes just to watch and pray." "Lord, if I do Set ten apart for You" (I dared, yes dared, to reason thus with Him) "The baker's sure to come; Or Jane will call To say some visitor is in the hall; Or I shall smell the porridge burning, yes, And run to stop it in my hastiness. There's not ten minutes, Lord, in all the d. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This small collection of poems, published in 1925, is mostly concerned with the daily trials and tribulations of a housewife. Many are very personal, such as A Woman In Hospital, where the poet talks with God and wonders if He knows that nothing will get done properly at her house if she is not ther