The kiss of the sun for pardon, The song of the birds for mirth, One is nearer God's heart in a garden Than anywhere else on earth. "Garden Thoughts"
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|Birth:||4th October, 1858|
|Death:||15th June, 1932|
Dorothy Frances Gurney was born in Finsbury Circus, London, England. She was an English poet and hymnwriter. The second to last verse of her best-known poem, "God's Garden" is seen everywhere on signs, plaques and other garden ornaments, but few people know its author. “Originally written in Lord Ronald Gower’s visitor’s book. It was inspired by his exquisite garden at Hammerfield Penshurst.”
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