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Poem by Mortimer Collins

To My Wife

Fast falls the snow, O lady mine!
Sprinkling the lawn with crystals fine;
But, by the gods, we won't repine,
     While we're together!
We'll chat and rhyme, and kiss and dine,
     Defying weather.

So stir the fire and pour the wine,
And let those sea-green eyes divine
Pour their love-madness into mine;
     I don't care whether
'Tis snow or sun, or rain or shine,
     If we're together.

Mortimer Collins

Mortimer Collins's other poems:
  1. Poetry
  2. My Thrush
  3. Last Verses Written by Mortimer Collins
  4. A Game of Chess
  5. The Ballad of Eleänore

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Oscar Wilde To My Wife ("I can write no stately proem")
  • William Henley To My Wife ("Take, dear, my little sheaf of songs")
  • James Maxwell To My Wife ("Oft in the night, from this lone room")
  • Gerald Massey To My Wife ("LIKE those Ambassadors of old, that went")
  • Alexander Posey To My Wife ("IТve seen the beauty of the rose")

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