Lynwood Cemetery
Butler County, Iowa
Uploaded 8/14/2003 by
torkelsons [Email]

I was so long with pain oppressed
that wore my strength away
It made me long for endless rest
which never can decay.
(This poem was also found in the estate papers of Thomas Priestley, written in the hand of Clarissa Priestley and attached to the monument order in 1891)

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