Elsa Barker Poems

  • 1.
    When I am dead and sister to the dust;
    When no more avidly I drink the wine
    Of human love; when the pale Proserpine
    Has covered me with poppies, and cold rust
  • 2.
    (To Peary and his men, before the last expedition)

    Why sing the legends of the Holy Grail,
Total 2 Poems by Elsa Barker

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Cold 2 Faith 2 Human 2 World 2 Space 1 Dust 1 White 1 Wild 1 Soul 1 Wind 1

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