[Ebook] ➠ A Fair Mystery Author Charlotte M. Brame – Heartforum.co.uk ExcerptHush For the love of mercy hush I cannot bear itBut that which called forth this protest was only the lisping prayer of a little child at its mother's kneePatty Brace lifted the white robed fig ExcerptHush For the love of mercy hush I cannot bear itBut that which called forth this protest A Fair PDF or was only the lisping prayer of a little child at its mother's kneePatty Brace lifted the white robed figure to her lap and rested the brown head on her bosomMark she said in mild remonstrance looking at her husbandI say I cannot bear it You have her pray 'God bless my home' It is too muchBut why not On this wild stormy night when other little ones may be out in the dashing rain and moaning wind is it not right to pray 'God bless our home'But how long will we have a home Patty Think of to morrow oh Heaven help me to morrow Ruined disgraced going out from the home where I was born and forced into exile I cannot bear it We shall never have a home again and our child will grow up homelessDear Mark you cannot go out disgraced when you have done no wrong; and homeless you will not be for home is where the heart is and in any land we three will be together and Heaven over allI cannot feel as you do Patty I am not gentle and good as you I blame myself that by going security for that smooth tongued rascal whom may a curse——Hush said Patty with sudden authority Mark you shall not curse friend neighbor nor enemy It is not your nature; it is wrong If you curse any one how can you look to have prayer answeredPrayer said Mark bitterly I begin not to believe in prayer or goodness or any such thing You have prayed and that innocent little victim on your bosom has prayed in her baby way and has Heaven heard No We lose our home and I was born here.
Braeme was an English author of romantic novels She also wrote under the pseudonym.
- A Fair Mystery
- Charlotte M. Brame
- 11 October 2014 Charlotte M. Brame