Gerald Massey: “There’s No Dearth in Kindness”

Gerald Massey in his study at Redcot in the last year of his life.  From Book Monthly, 4, 1907.
Gerald Massey in his study at Redcot in the last year of his life, from Book Monthly, 4, 1907.

There’s no dearth of kindness
In this world of ours;
Only in our blindness
We gather thorns for flowers;
Outward we are spurning,
Trampling one another;
While we are inly yearning
With the name of “brother!”
—Gerald Massey, excerpt from There’s No Dearth of Kindness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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