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Wreaths for our graves the Lord has given

Wreaths for our graves the Lord has given

Author: L. Massey
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: L. Massey

Massey, Lucy, née Fletcher, daughter of Mr. J. Fletcher of Norwich, was born in 1842, and married in 1865 to the Rev. R. Massey, sometime Vicar of Wareham, Norfolk. Mrs. Massey has published collections of poetry, in which some of her poetical pieces are found, and also some original works. Her Hymns on the Imitation of Christ, by Thomas a Kempis, 1871; Figures of the True, 1870; Songs of the Unseen Hope, 1900, indicate the line of thought which underlies her works. Her hymn, "Sweet day of worship, day of rest" (Sunday), appeared in her Later Lyrics of the Christian Church [1870], p. 47, and signed Lucy F. Massey. It is in 8 stanzas of 6 lines. In The Baptist Church Hymnal, 1900, it begins as above with stanza iii. of the original.… Go to person page >

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First Line: Wreaths for our graves the Lord has given
Author: L. Massey


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