The Unconquered Air, and Other Poems (1912)/A Narrow Window

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A NARROW WINDOW

A narrow window may let in the light,
A tiny star dispel the gloom of night,
A little deed a mighty wrong set right.


A rose, abloom, may make a desert fair,
A single cloud may darken all the air,
A spark may kindle ruin and despair.


A smile, and there may be an end to strife;
A look of love, and Hate may sheathe the knife;
A word—ah, it may be a word of life!