Poetry of Kansas


A prophesy of good so fair, tingeing all the sweet spring air
With future joys of perfume rare is April.
Like a charming dainty girl, with her curls in a whirl,
Rose leaf skin and teeth of pearl is April.
Sometimes sad and sometimes gay, tears and smiles all in one day.
Just before the flowers of May comes April.

__Mae C. Patrick

Contemporary Kansas Poetry
Helen Rhoda Hoopes
page 101
(Kansas City: Joseph D. Havens Company. 1927)

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