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To Two Little Sisters of the Poor

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"To Two Little Sisters of the Poor" is a touching and heartwarming collection of poems by Aline Kilmer. The author beautifully captures the sweet and tender moments shared between two sisters living in poverty, highlighting the importance of love, kindness, and compassion in the face of adversity. Kilmer's poetic language is elegant and emotive, drawing the reader into the sisters' world and evoking strong feelings of empathy and understanding. Each poem is a small but powerful glimpse into the lives of these two sisters, illuminating their struggles, joys, and the deep bond that holds them together. Overall, "To Two Little Sisters of the Poor" is a poignant and moving read that reminds us of the resilience of the human spirit and the beauty of simple acts of love and generosity.

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Aline Murray Kilmer , was an American poet, children's book author, and essayist, and the wife and widow of poet and journalist Joyce Kilmer .

Aline attended the Rutgers College Preparatory School with her husband, Alfred Joyce Kilmer and married him soon after his graduation from Columbia University in 1908. In their short marriage, lasting 10 years, her husband had achieved fame as a poet, literary critic and among Catholic circles as America's most prominent Catholic writer. After his death in World War I, Aline began publishing her own poetry and a few children's books. Today, her work is largely forgotten. - Summary by Wikipedia

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