8 John Imrie Poems

Be encouraged by these uplifting poems by John Imrie. Born in 1846 in Glasgow, Scotland, John moved to Toronto, Canada in 1871. He held positions of a salesman and a foreman before he and D. L. Graham formed a partnership and established Imrie & Graham.

He wrote many poems and songs over the years, and to quote from the preface of his book, Songs and Miscellaneous Poems, "My style is simple, but none the less sincere, and my chief desire is to please, and encourage the toiling masses. That these humble heart-thoughts and aspirations for the present and future welfare of my fellow- countrymen, and humanity at large, may be accepted in the kindly spirit in which they have been composed..."

John Imrie
John Imrie
1846 - 1902


  1. Heart Questioning
    John Imrie's poem is one that describes love and the feelings we experience. He expresses feelings of the heart.



  2. This Morning
    The verses by John Imrie in this poem are ones that describe the morning in great detail. Let them encourage you to take part in the glorious day that this morning brings.



  3. Night
    An inspiring poem about the night and the events that occur each and every night!



  4. A Christmas Carol
    A Christmas carol that expresses the feelings of joy and peace that Christmas brings. John Imrie describes the emotions and sentiments that people feel at this time of year.



  5. A Birthday Greeting
    Share this birthday greeting written by John Imrie with those celebrating another year. It is a reminder of how quickly time goes by and how we need to trust God the whole year through.



  6. Life's Progress
    A poem by John Imrie which uses the analogy of water to compare our progress in life. An inspiring poem for all to enjoy and reflect upon.



  7. True Love
    What is true love, a question many ponder. Let John Imrie's poem answer the question of what is true love!



  8. Flowers
    We all love flowers. John Imrie describes the love of flowers and what they bring to this earth. He reflects on why God made flowers. The poem takes a twist when he uses the analogy of life and how quickly it passes by and reminds us to do all the good we can while we are here!.

Share these poems with someone who may need an uplifting message for their day.

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