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" A little spring had lost its way amid the grass and fern, A passing stranger scooped a well, where weary men might turn ; He walled it in, and hung with care a ladle at the brink; He thought not of the deed he did, but judged that toil might drink. He... "
The Rhode Island Educational Magazine - Page 133
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The World's Best Poetry ...

English poetry - 1904
...walled it in, and hung with care a ladle at the brink ; He thought not of the deed he did, but judged that toil might drink. He passed again, and lo! the...cooled ten thousand parching tongues, and saved a life besides. A dreamer dropped a random thought; 't was old, and yet 't was new; A simple fancy of the...
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Poems that Every Child Should Know: A Selection of the Best Poems of All ...

Mary Elizabeth Burt - American poetry - 1904 - 355 pages
...never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parched tongues, And saved a life beside. A nameless man, amid the crowd That thronged the daily mart, Let fall a word of hope and love, Unstudied from the heart, A whisper on the tumult thrown, A transitory breath, It raised a brother from the dust,...
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Poems that Every Child Should Know: A Selection of the Best Poems of All ...

Mary Elizabeth Burt - American poetry - 1904 - 355 pages
...walled it in, and hung with care A ladle on the brink; He thought not of the deed he did, But judged that Toil might drink. He passed again; and lo ! the well, By summer never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parche'd tongues. And saved a life beside. A nameless man,...
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Primary Education

1904
...walled it in and hung with care A ladle at its brink ; He thought not of the deed he did, But judged that toil might drink. He passed again, and lo, the well, By summer never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parched tongues, And saved a .soul beside. — Sel. If...
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Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer's Monthly Journal, Volume 39

Locomotive engineers - 1905
...of the deed he did, But judged that all might drink. He passed again, and, lo! the well, By summer never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parching tongues...Let fall a word of hope and love. Unstudied, from the heart; A whisper on the tumult thrown, A transitory breathIt raised a brother from the dust, It...
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Fidelity, Volume 3

Harry Herbert Abell - Ethics - 1905
...of violence is o'er ! Forever more, forever more." ADDENDA TO KINDNESS. Methods For Seeking Health. "A nameless man amid a crowd That thronged the daily...mart, Let fall a word of Hope and Love, Unstudied from the heart ; A whisper on the tumult thrown, A transitory breath, It raised a brother from the dust,...
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Heart Throbs: In Prose and Verse, Volume 1

American literature - 1905
...issue great; A watch-fire on the hill; It shed its radiance far adown, And cheers the valley still. A nameless man, amid a crowd That thronged the daily...mart, Let fall a word of Hope and Love, Unstudied from the heart; A whisper on the tumult thrown, A transitory breath — It raised a brother from the dust,...
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Heart Throbs: In Prose and Verse

American literature - 1905 - 435 pages
...not of the deed he did, But judged that all might drink. He paused again, and k>! the well. By summer never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parching tongues And saved a life beside. A dreamer dropped a random thought; Twas old, and yet 'twas A simple fancy of the brain, It shone upon...
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Heart Throbs in Prose and Verse Dear to the American People, Volume 1

Joe Mitchell Chapple - American literature - 1905
...not of the deed he did. But judged that all might drink. He paused again, and lo! the well, By summer never dried. Had cooled ten thousand parching tongues And saved a life beside. A dreamer dropped a random thought; Twas old, and yet 'twas new; A simple fancy of the brain. But strong...
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Heart Throbs in Prose and Verse Dear to the American People and by Them ...

Joe Mitchell Chapple - American literature - 1905 - 436 pages
...not of the deed he did. But judged that all might drink. He paused again, and lo! the well, By summer never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parching tongues And saved a life beside. A dreamer dropped a random thought; 'Twas old, and yet 'twas new; A simple fancy of the brain, But strong...
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