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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
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By Eunice Tietjens
 
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MY heart has fed today.
My heart, like hind at play,
Has grazed in fields of love, and washed in streams
Of quick, imperishable dreams.
 
In moth-white beauty shimmering,        5
Lovely as birches in the moon glimmering,
From coigns of sleep my eyes
Saw dawn and love arise.
 
And like a bird at rest,
Steady in a swinging nest,        10
My heart at peace lay gloriously
While winds of ecstasy
Beat round me and above.
 
I am fulfilled of love.
 
 
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