Ruth Pitter Quotes

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Ruth Pitter quotes: I would do any honest thing under the sun to know C. S. Lewis, and so am very grateful to you. I would do any honest thing under the sun to know C. S. Lewis, and so am very grateful to you.
Ruth Pitter quotes: Poor comfort all comfort: once what the mouse had sparedWas enough, was delight, there where the heart was at home Poor comfort all comfort: once what the mouse had spared
Was enough, was delight, there where the heart was at home
Ruth Pitter quotes: All in November's soaking mist We stand and prune the naked tree, While all our love and interest Seem quenched in the blue-nosed misery. All in November's soaking mist We stand and prune the naked tree, While all our love and interest Seem quenched in the blue-nosed misery.
Ruth Pitter quotes: I am much interested and honoured by what you tell me of C. S. Lewis. I am much interested and honoured by what you tell me of C. S. Lewis.
Ruth Pitter quotes: We go, in winter's biting wind, On many a short-lived winter day, With aching back but willing mind To dig and double dig the clay. We go, in winter's biting wind, On many a short-lived winter day, With aching back but willing mind To dig and double dig the clay.
Ruth Pitter quotes: We go in withering JulyTo ply the hard incessant hoe;Panting beneath the brazen skyWe sweat and grumble, but we go. We go in withering July
To ply the hard incessant hoe;
Panting beneath the brazen sky
We sweat and grumble, but we go.