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Gwenda’s story: ‘Barter’ by Sara Teasdale Tuesday, 12 January 2010

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I carry the poem ‘Barter’ by Sara Teasdale in my heart.  I was first exposed to it as a 13 year old and it has stayed with me ever since.  I especially like the lines “Life has loveliness to sell / Music like a curve of gold” and later, “And for your spirit’s still delight / Holy thoughts that fill the night.”

It reminds me of all the wonders and glories of life well lived or simply enjoyed.

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