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A Little Prayer Analysis



Author: poem of Robert Service Type: poem Views: 0

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Let us be thankful, Lord, for little things -

The song of birds, the rapture of the rose;

Cloud-dappled skies, the laugh of limpid springs,

Drowned sunbeams and the perfume April blows;

Bronze wheat a-shimmer, purple shade of trees -

Let us be thankful, Lord of Life, for these!



Let us be praiseful, Sire, for simple sights; -

The blue smoke curling from a fire of peat;

Keen stars a-frolicking on frosty nights,

Prismatic pigeons strutting in a street;

Daisies dew-diamonded in smiling sward -

For simple sights let us be praiseful, Lord!



Let us be grateful, God, for health serene,

The hope to do a kindly deed each day;

The faith of fellowship, a conscience clean,

The will to worship and the gift to pray;

For all of worth in us, of You a part,

Let us be grateful, God, with humble heart.






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Jorge,Thank you for posting Archbishop Wenski's edriiotal. Unlike so many on both sides, he understands the issues on both sides of the debate (i.e. his currency as you well described it). He's 100% correct in that immigration reform is desperately needed. He's also 100% correct in describing illegal immigration as something we can't tolerate. However, there's a little naivete in Archbishop Wenski's de-emphasizing of border security as a key component of reform. The incentive for people to come here illegally are two-fold: 1) easy entry laws aren't enforced, and 2) businesses hire illegals. Enforce the border (REALLY enforce it) and go after businesses that employ illegals, and most of the incentive goes out the window. Then, and only then, can we do exactly as Archbishop Wenski, and most of us, wish to do, which is to morally, legally and humanely reform immigration. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest


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that, I can now quibble with some of your spiicfec points. I don't believe there is any demonizing by Archbishop Wenski in this particular Op-Ed [while acknowledging that it happens frequently with people on his side of the argument].He spiicfecally refers to the Arizona law once as ill advised. Otherwise, his focus is mainly on the federal legislation and those 'Javerts' in the public square who oppose his [and the Catholic Bishop's] views.He spells out his Javert criticism when he notes their 'bitterly zealous legalism.' I had to brush up on my Les Miserables characters, but the consensus on Javert character is that he is more misguided than demonish. Now if Wenski had made reference to 'modern-day Villeforts,' you might have had a case then. Re the literary references, at worst, we can say that Wenski was too Cutie by half [and what self-respecting Catholic priest wants to hear THAT], but I loved his use of well known [or easily googled for the memory impaired] characters to crystallize his arguments.Last point I'm moving from strongest to MSNBC-est for those keeping score I think it's unfair to infer that any of what Wenski wrote is meant to address the crime issue as it relates to immigration. [I was going to go with the 'Sir, how could you!' argument, but I used up bad humor quota with the Cutie thing; amnesty anyone?]PS none of the above quibbling represents any resentment over your onerous summer reading list assignments.

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest


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If I turn on the TV, I do hope you won’t venadture back up from your well dwellading, crawl your way through my sceern and do unthinkadable things to my person.Throwading chiladdren down wells is against thea0Law.Poor Pebbles.NAGA | 09.22.07, 18:33 x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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i really love your blog. every post is very tnchuiog and beautiful. i am really glad i found it :)and i got the song.can i share it on my blog so that my friends can see your awesome video poetry too??

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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Thanks, Deb and, I am that Kim I haven't been around bfroee because I'm a bit of a slow starter, I guess. And, I've spent a lot of time in that hallway Also, what a delight those other two posts are! I'm so glad I came out to play

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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