Harriet Monroe, ed. (18601936). The New Poetry: An Anthology. 1917.
385. Scented Leaves from a Chinese Jar
The Intoxicated Poet
By Allen Upward
A POET, having taken the bridle off his tongue, spoke thus: More fragrant than the heliotrope, which blooms all the year round, better than vermilion letters on tablets of sendal, are thy kisses, thou shy one!