THE ONLY SON.|1878-01-12|The Cardigan Observer and General Advertiser for the Counties of Cardigan Carmarthen and Pembroke - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE ONLY SON. Gazing back on years departed Sat a »other, lonely-hearted, Down her cheek sad tears had started, Wept /she for an only son; Not » word her lips were saying Bisons for her grief betraying; iJut her earnest heart was praying For her lost, forsaken one. letter cold the wind was blowing* C ;ld the weary heart was growings Port," > to Heaven her prayer still going, W.'pt, she for her only son. her >" cried she, watch thou er him, Srr ooth life's rugged path before hun, Soon to my fond arms reatof0 him Save my lost, forsaken one! While she wept, her hopes grew ^shtGr, "While she prayed, her heart grew lighter, Tempests could no longer fright her. Hoped she for her only son. Soon her earnest prayer was gran » God soon gave her what she In her arms she clasped, enchan > Her long-lost, forsaken one. YP, who walk through life despairing- N^ver hoping, ever fearing— Hear that mother's voice, all cheering, Telling of her only son! G-od is still His promise keeping, Hie kind care is never sleepJDg: Hope and pray, whenever weeping For some lost. forsaken one. n

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