I’m happy to announce that the e-book of my grandmother’s poetry, “Martha’s Words,” is now available for sale at Amazon.com. I am sharing with you another one of her poems as I did last year. I have learned from this selection, as well as from some of her other work, that my grandmother was a good judge of character and had a keen sense of whether someone was being “true or false.” 🙂 I have not given up the idea of a hardback book and am continuing to explore options.
True or False
“Vanity, vanity, all is vanity,”
Should have been said in this our day.
Look well north or south,
East or west;
The over-dressed, fashionable
Hold full sway.
Is it true or false?
Leave I you to decide
That a wolf very nicely
In sheep’s clothing may hide.
Martha Walton Press
February 17, 1911
5 thoughts on ““Martha’s Words” is Now Available!”
Lovely! I’m excited to read more of her work.
Thanks so much, Dee!
Aw!! Precious!! Love the last three lines, esp.
Thanks, Diana! She definitely shows her personality in her writing, but I suppose most of us do. 🙂
Would be quite dull not to. (Unless one’s personality were dull. LOL!)