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THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPER, by            
First Line: I've ironed from my conscience the wrinkles
Last Line: My house in order at last.
Subject(s): Faith; Housekeeping; Belief; Creed


I've ironed from my conscience the wrinkles,
I've laundered my soul and hung it to dry.
I've mended my heart where it was broken,
And served sweet cheer to all who passed by.

Tomorrow? I'll sweep up the cobwebs,
That cling to my life from the past --
So that my dear Master's coming will find
My house in order at last.





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