Joseph Seamon Cotter (1861 - 1919)
From your life's blood to coin a trenchant word--
The past, the present and the future's ken
To hold--and weave it to a ringing chord
That sounds within the changing hearts of men.
Joseph Seamon Cotter's Other Poems
- A Prayer
- A Woman at Her Husband's Grave
- An April Day
- And Thou Art One
- And What Shall You Say?
- I Shall Not Die
- I Sometimes Wonder If the Mighty God
- I would not tarry if I could be gone
- I'm A-waiting and A-watching
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