These motivating Daniel C. Colesworthy poems are ones that add a positive thought to your day! Who can tell how many thousands of faltering hearts and trembling, pendent hands have been strung to new
hope and effort by his cheering words and verses.
Daniel C. Colesworthy is a native of Portland, where he resided
for nearly forty years. He was born on the fourteenth day of July,
1810, and at the age of fourteen, entered the office of the Chris-
tian Mirror, as an apprentice to the printing business. Like many
other young men of talent, ambition, and perseverance, he educated
himself, and graduated from the printing office with distinguished honor
to the craft. In addition to writing poetry, he was involved
in the book business for years.
His poems have passed the test of time and continue to inspire people today.
Daniel C. Colesworthy
Never Say Failure
Daniel Colesworthy's poem reinforces that our attitude towards failure can play an important part in whether we succeed or we fail. Let this famous poem be one that encourages you to keep your thoughts positive.
Daily Blessings A poem to remind us to look at the blessings we have each and every day!
Be Not Discouraged
There are many times in our lives when we feel discouraged and feel like giving up. Daniel Colesworthy's poem is one that expresses and encourages us not to be discouraged.
One Deed Of Kindness A poem that challenges us to imagine what it would be like if we all did at least one deed of kindness each day. What a different world we would live in.
Your Brother We are all brothers and sisters, and we all make mistakes at one time or another. The poet is encouraging us to show compassion and love to our brothers even when mistakes have been made.
There Is A God If you ever had doubts that there is a God read this poem by Daniel Colesworthy
Don't Kill The Birds Birds can bring more joy to our lives that we realize. This poem is one that points out the benefits of having birds around. You may look at birds in a totally different way after reading the verses.
Give Every Day A smile, a kind word, a helping hand, if we all just did one thing every day it would
make this world a better place. Let the verses in this poem inspire and encourage you to give every day.
Truth The impact
of not telling the truth not only affects other people but affects your character and your reputation. Daniel Colesworthy's poem states it like it is, the truth will prevail!