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An 'Unlikely Pilgrimage' Toward Happiness Harold Fry is retired and sedentary — and in no way the sort of person who'd spontaneously decide to walk the length of England to visit a dying friend.
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Old-Fashioned Pilgrimage and Other Poems £ Out Of Stock. Product description. Red cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the spine. Unclipped dust jacket has tanned spine and margins on the front and back. These poems reflect the author's travels and thoughts in Europe and America.
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Some poems on other poets figure in the collection as do reflections on the writer's position in the world and on relevant issues of the times.
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But it is also a book you’ll continue to pull off the shelf to write in long after the baby clothes are packed away. I love how there’s space to write about a child’s first pilgrimage (Italy for Maeve. More on that later), and picture places for birthday celebrations.
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A CERTAIN queen had twin children, a boy and a girl, both as beautiful as the dawn of a summer morning. As the mother was one day hanging over the double cradle, shaped like two silver lilies growing on one stem, an old aunt of hers, who knew a good deal about magic, arrived from the country to see the babies and to spend the day.