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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Pomegranate
By Richard Butler Glaenzer
 
  POMEGRANATE, how prodigal
Is the hour of your giving!
 
  The apple-nymph basks, content
To apportion her tribute—
Blossoms and incense to Spring,        5
Substance to Fall;
But you—you lift up
In one riotous offering
The fruit with the flower,
Moons interclustered with stars.        10
 
  Dryad, impulsive or vain,
Is it fervor or weakness?
Who can dazzle Apollo!
 
 
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