They were ordinary soldiers, just the common Jean and Hans,One from the valley of the Rhine and one from fair Provence.They were simple-hearted fellows—every night each said his prayer:The one prayed Vater Unser and the other Notre Père. - Prayer

In all thou dost first let thy Prayers ascend,And Read more
At the muezzin's call for prayer,The kneeling Read more
If I am right, Thy grace impart, Still in the Read more
I pray the prayer the Easterners do,May the peace Read more
Now I lay me down to take my sleep,I pray thee Read more
The first petition that we are to make to Read more
O sad estateOf human wretchedness; so weak is man Read more
Earth bears no balsams for mistakes; Men crown Read more
As down in the sunless retreats of the ocean Read more
Four things which are not in thy treasury,I lay Read more
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, Uttered or Read more
To pray together, in whatever tongue or ritual Read more
Not what we wish, but what we want, Oh! let thy Read more
Holy Father, in thy mercy, Hear our anxious Read more
O Domine Deus! speravi in te;O care mi Jesu! nunc Read more
Speak to Him thou for He hears, and spirit with Read more
Let one unceasing, earnest prayerBe, too, for Read more
More things are wrought by prayerThan this world Read more
You know I sayJust what I think, and nothing more Read more
I ask and wish not to appear More beauteous Read more
"'Twas then belike," Honorious cried,"When you Read more