Madison Cawein White Poems

  • 1.

    “I belt the morn with ribboned mist;
    With baldricked blue I gird the noon,
  • 2.
    Its friendship and its carelessness
    Did lead me many a mile,
    Through goat's-rue, with its dim caress,
    And pink and pearl-white smile;
  • 3.
    Here is the place where Loveliness keeps house,
    Between the river and the wooded hills,
    Within a valley where the Springtime spills
    Her firstling wind-flowers under blossoming boughs:
Total 3 White Poems by Madison Cawein

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