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George MacDonald was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister.

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List of poems by George MacDonald 19 total

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Obedience
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Love Is Strength
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Bell Upon Organ 135 Views
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The Home of Death
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Who Lights The Fire?
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To S. F. S.
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A Baby-Sermon 66 Views
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Legend of The Corrievrechan
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Up In The Tree
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0 Lord, How Happy!
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Christmas, 1880
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A Birthday-Wish
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A Book Of Dreams.
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A Boy's Grief.
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A Christmas Prayer
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A Better Thing
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A Broken Prayer
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A Christmas Carol
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A Christmas Carol For 1862
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