The things I learned from her, When Sorrow walked with me. Do we learn more from sorrow than we do from joy? I have had my share of sorrow, but I know others who have had more. It is not the natural way of things. When talking with someone recently who had lost a child and now was facing the serious illness of another, I could feel her pain, but could not experience it the way she was experiencing it. What sorrow that must be, to lose a part of yourself.
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Poem of the Day: I Walked a Mile with Pleasure | Poem of the Month
Post a Comment. When faced with life's challenges, it is Important to Remember that although Daniel was saved from the lions, he was not saved from the Lion's Den. Monday, January 25, I walked a mile with Pleasure. One of my favorite poems is by Robert Browning Hamilton. It describes my life pretty well. We all would like to walk with pleasure.
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I walked a mile with Pleasure; She chatted all the way; But left me none the wiser For all she had to say. The things I learned from her, When sorrow walked with me. Posted in pleasure , poem , poem of the day , poetry , Robert Browning Hamilton , sorrow , Write , Writer 57 Comments.
I walked a mile with Pleasure; She chatted all the way; But left me none the wiser For all she had to say. The things I learned from her, When Sorrow walked with me. We have all gone or will go through difficulty, challenge and sorrow. The loss of loved ones, the loss of personal health, of economic security, of love, or some other form of trial and tribulation that will someday stick like a thorn in the side of your life, poking and hurting and bleeding … at least for a time.