J. M. Barrie Quote

My mother's favourite paraphrase is one known in our house as David's because it was the last he learned to repeat. It was also the last thing she read —
Art thou afraid his power shall fail When comes thy evil day? And can an all-creating arm Grow weary or decay?
I heard her voice gain strength as she read it, I saw her timid face take courage, but when came my evil day, then at the dawning, alas for me, I was afraid.


Ch. 10 - Margaret Ogilvy (1897)

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My mother's favourite paraphrase is one known in our house as David's because it was the last he learned to repeat. It was also the last thing she...

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My mother's favourite paraphrase is one known in our house as David's because it was the last he learned to repeat. It was also the last thing she...

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My mother's favourite paraphrase is one known in our house as David's because it was the last he learned to repeat. It was also the last thing she...

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My mother's favourite paraphrase is one known in our house as David's because it was the last he learned to repeat. It was also the last thing she...