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Poem by Madison Julius Cawein


When rathe wind-flowers many peer
    All rain filled at blue April skies,
As on one smiles one's lady dear
    With the big tear-drops in her eyes;

When budded May-apples, I wis,
    Be hidden by lone greenwood creeks,
Be bashful as her cheeks we kiss,
    Be waxen as her dimpled cheeks;

Then do I pine for happier skies,
    Shy wild-flowers fair by hill and burn;
As one for one's sweet lady's eyes,
    And her white cheeks might pine and yearn.

Madison Julius Cawein

Madison Julius Cawein's other poems:
  1. Rembrandts
  2. Elfin
  3. Love's Calendar
  4. The Three Urgandas
  5. Epiphany

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Matthew Arnold Longing ("Come to me in my dreams, and then")
  • Florence Coates Longing ("The lilacs blossom at the door")
  • Paul Dunbar Longing ("If you could sit with me beside the sea to-day")
  • Ina Coolbrith Longing ("O foolish wisdom sought in books!")

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