1863–1917. American poet.
At a Glance
Caleb’s Daughter (1)
But I thought of Judah’s glory, and I summoned all my will;
When our women fail in courage, shall our men be fearless still?
And I lifted steadfast glances, and my lips pressed back the moan,
“Go,” I said, “and God be with you!” Then I sought the tents alone. (Stanza 9)
Rilla of Ingleside, chapter 5 (“When our women fail in courage, / Shall our men be fearless still?”).
Goode, Kate Tucker. “Caleb’s Daughter.” In The First Fruits and Other Poems, 57–61. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1914. Online at https://archive.org/details/firstfruitsother00good/.