Harbor Lights of Home
by Edgar A. Guest

Poems that were probably regarded as sentimental when they were written and that would disgust modern sophisticates, but which I find refreshing. However, some of them are such poor poems that anyone could have written them without much effort.

Year Read: 1975

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