Thursday, January 27, 2011

A Mason's Wife

 a mason's wife

From active Masons, resolute,
Our wives and families we salute;
We surely know the price you pay,
Who sit alone while we're away.

No high degrees on you conferred,
In Lodge, your name is seldom heard;
You serve our cause though out of sight,
While sitting home alone tonight.

Masonic papers list our names,
Awards are given, fit to frame;
But yours is who strive,
To keep our fortitude alive.

You're part of every helpful deed,
On your encouragement we feed;
                                                                Without your blessings, how could we, 

                                                                   Continue acts of charity?
                                                               And so, this poem, we dedicate,
                                                               To every Master Mason's mate;
                                                             And offer our undying love,
                                                             Rewards await in Heaven above.

I just came across this wonderful poem, and I salute every Mason's wife. I am not sure who wrote this one but it is a very good poem.

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