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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
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By F. S. Flint
 
From “In London”

THE BLUE mist of after-rain
Fills all the trees;
 
The sunlight gilds the tops
Of the poplar spires, far off.
 
Here a branch sways        5
And there
        a sparrow twitters.
 
The curtain’s hem, rose-embroidered,
Flutters, and half reveals
A burnt-red chimney-pot.        10
 
The quiet in the room
Bears patiently
A footfall on the street.
 
 
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