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Poetry — From the August 1915 issue

“Oh, tell me how my garden grows”

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Poetry — From the October 1913 issue

God’s will

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This is her garden

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Poetry — From the November 1912 issue

Late summer

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Poetry — From the June 1912 issue

“They also serve”

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Poetry — From the January 1912 issue

“Huge cloudy symbols”

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Poetry — From the August 1911 issue

“Sunset and evening star”

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Poetry — From the June 1911 issue

Unsatisfied

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Poetry — From the December 1909 issue

“O wind, a-blowing all day long”

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Poetry — From the September 1908 issue

Wales

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Poetry — From the May 1908 issue

Spring-time in England

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Poetry — From the September 1907 issue

What more?

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Poetry — From the May 1907 issue

That’s for remembrance

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Poetry — From the October 1906 issue

The witnesses

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Poetry — From the March 1906 issue

At the wind’s will

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Sunday morning

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Impatience

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The drawer — From the November 1899 issue

Turn and turn about

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The drawer — From the September 1898 issue

A poor rule

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