Shadows and Sunbeams [by Agnes Neale, 1890]

[Editor: This book of poetry and songs by Agnes Neale (Agnes Caroline Leane) was published in 1890.]

Shadows

and

Sunbeams

By

Agnes Neale.


Contents.

Christ
Show us the Father
Unto you is born a Saviour
In everything give thanks
My Cross
The Poet and the Raindrop
What manner of men ought we to be?
No God
Glory to God
Tarry ye here
My Lessons
We wait for light
The Best Crown
Tell us now
May be
Good-bye
General Gordon
My Treasures
What might have been
The First-born of Egypt
Some grief has touched
One Year Old
Good-night
The Evening Star
Come unto Me
Forgiveness
Friends no longer
Villanelle
I Thirst: a Song
Parted
A Song
My Lady and I
Still my Darling
Assist the blind to help themselves
With the Angels
My Friend and I
What is Life?
Spring
The Sky is Blue
Adelaide: a Song
Underneath the Daisies
A Beautiful Thought
The Magpie’s Song
Song
Died Drunk
The Ecstasy of Living
In the Long Ago
What have you done?
Fame and Women
Minor Keys
Harry, Boy
I will Pray for Thee: a Song

Adelaide:
Burden & Bonython, Advertiser Office, King Wm. Street.
1890.



Source:
Agnes Neale, Shadows and Sunbeams, Adelaide: Burden & Bonython, 1890

Editor’s notes:
Wm. = an abbreviation of the name “William”

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