For a Child

EAC-01 Hush my dear, be still and slumber: Jolly angels guard your bed. Watts

EAC-02 The dutifulness of children is the foundation of all virtue. Cicero

EAC-03 Children bring their own love with them when they come. Jean Ingelow

EAC-04 What would the world be to us if children were no more? Longfellow

EAC-05 Oh, for boyhood’s time of June crowding years into one brief moon. Whittier

EAC-06 Sleep undisturbed within the peaceful shrine Till angels wake thee with a note like thine. Samuel Johnson

EAC-07 No jewel is as perfect as the innocence of childhood.

EAC-08 Sleep, my little one, sleep. Harrington

EAC-09 Children are a heritage of the Lord. Psalms 127: 3

EAC-10 The child is the father of the man. Wordsworth

EAC-11 Little Boy Blue has gone away. Field

EAC-12 God’s garden has need of little flowers

EAC-13 Remembering a tiny angel

EAC-14 So small, so sweet, so soon

EAC-15 Lord, we give you our littlest angel

EAC-16 Budded ( or blossomed) on earth to bloom in Heaven

EAC-17 For of such is the Kingdom of Heaven

EAC-18 His was a man’s courage

EAC-19 Our littlest angel who went back to Heaven

EAC-20 Called by one who loves him dearly

EAC-21 Let thy child rest in hope and rise in glory

EAC-22 Awaiting the touch of a little hand, and the smile of a little face E. Field

EAC-24 Children are the keys of paradise R. H. Stoddard

EAC-25 An angel visited the green earth, and took a flower away (Adapted) Longfellow