Poetry of Kansas

Love Dies In Spring.

Love dies in spring and mounts to
    By a perfumed stair,
Attended by magnolia blooms
    Still and white as prayer.
The bells of other worlds than this
    Intone the midnight hour,
And they that dance the Mardi Gras
    See a drooping flower,

__Elizabeth N. Barr.

The High Winds of Home
Elizabeth N. Barr
(Olathe: privately published. 1922)
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