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Sarah Doudney

  • Old voices call me, through the dusk returning; / I hear the echoes of departed feet; / And then I ask, with vain and troubled yearning, / What is the charm that makes old things so sweet?

    • Sarah Doudney,
    • "Between the Lights," in Fanny B. Bates, ed., Between the Lights: Thoughts for the Quiet Hour ()

Sarah Doudney, English novelist, poet, hymnwriter

(1841 - 1926)