My Study

My study is called The Snuggery. An English professor’s poem to follow about spaces that serve as sheltering harbors.

Untitled where I found it, by Prof. David Smith, on a blog dedicated to F. W. Boreham.

I bless You, Lord, that when my life
Is as a troubled sea,
I have, remote from its rough strife,
Harbours to shelter me.

I bless You for my home, where love
Her sweet song ever sings,
And Peace spreads, like a nesting dove,
Her gentle, brooding wings.

And for this chamber of desire,
Where my dear books abide,
My constant friends that never tire,
Teachers that never chide.

What do you think?