In this week's poem, we look at the lesson of the village blacksmith- The choices we have to forge our own path in life.
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Longfellow's -The Village Blacksmith
Longfellow's poem reminds us of the value of hard work and the rest that comes from completing a task.
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I am wishing each one of you a wonderful week- with rest and deeds that will bring you peace!
If a task is once begun,
Never leave it till it's done.
Be the labor great or small,
Do it well or not at all.
Angela Saunders, Poetry Editor
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