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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Grey
By Oscar Williams
 
From “Golden Darkness”

A BLEAK wind rides on the waves,
  And the shadowy foam is hurled.
Grey rains are on the hills,
  And a grey dusk is over the world.
 
Bleak moods and shadowy moods        5
  Move like the moods of the sea;
The mist, a grey unspoken thought,
  Is looking strangely at me.
 
And I am lost in greyness—
  My dreams are still and furled;        10
For the grey rains are on the hills,
  And a grey dusk is over the world.
 
 
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