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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Notes
By Jane Heap
 
I
WHEN in the spring
I go forth at morn
A-quiver with life I sing:
The world and I, new-born.
Then when I see all rampant growing        5
Beds of tulips o’er the plain,
Like pools and lakes of color glowing,
I would fain
Outstrip all speed, run
Naked in the sun,        10
Plunge, riot, be immersed,
Quench this color-thirst!
 
II
Where go the birds when the rain
Roars and sweeps and fells the grain,
When tortured trees groan with pain,        15
And the storm-worn night is old—
Driven forth from their slumber cold,
Where go the birds?
 
 
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