The Verse-Book of a Homely Woman cover

The Verse-Book of a Homely Woman

Fay Inchfawn (1880-1978)

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1. 00 – Dedication
2. 01 – The Long View
3. 02 – Within my House
4. 03 – The Housewife
5. 04 – To Mother
6. 05 – In Such an Hour
7. 06 – The Daily Interview
8. 07 – The Little House
9. 08 – The House-Mother
10. 09 – A Woman in Hospital
11. 10 – In Convalescence
12. 11 – Homesick
13. 12 – On Washing Day
14. 13 – When Baby Strayed
15. 14 – If Only —-
16. 15 – Listening
17. 16 – The Dear Folks in Devon
18. 17 – The Reason
19. 18 – Two Women
20. 19 – The Prize Fight
21. 20 – The Home Lights
22. 21 – To an Old Teapot
23. 22 – To a Rebellious Daughter
24. 23 – For Mothering!
25. 24 – Little Fan
26. 25 – The Naughty Day
27. 26 – To a Little White Bird
28. 27 – Because
29. 28 – When He Comes
30. 29 – Early Spring
31. 30 – The Witness
32. 31 – In Somerset
33. 32 – Song of a Woodland Stream
34. 33 – Luggage in Advance
35. 34 – At the Cross Roads
36. 35 – Summer met Me
37. 36 – The Carrier
38. 37 – The Lad’s Love by the Gate
39. 38 – The Thrush
40. 39 – In Dorset Dear
41. 40 – The Flight of the Fairies
42. 41 – The Street Player
43. 42 – On All Souls’ Eve
44. 43 – The Log Fire
45. 44 – God save the King

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Summary

Published by the Religious Tract Society in London, The Verse-Book of a Homely Woman is a collection of domestic, spiritual, and fanciful poems from the point of view of a woman, a housewife, and a Christian. The natural, supernatural, and solidly mundane are mixed together as well as separated into two parts: Indoors and Outdoors.

Reviews

Leah

Very beautiful book with delightful lessons and reminders gleaned in the busy-ness of daily life. Excellent reader. Would highly recommend especially for housewives and mothers.