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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Wind-blown
By Muna Lee
 
From “Songs of Many Moods”

I
  MY heart
Rooted like the tree,
Like the tree reaches out yearning arms
Clutching at the wind.
 
II
  Out of a universe of things
        5
Two only
Give me any measure of peace:
Rain
That shuts you out,
And wind        10
That bears me away.
 
III
  If for one hour,
One hour when the sunset is live gold,
I might be a little wind
Running with gray feet along the edge of the world,        15
Could I not forget
For one hour?
 
 
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