Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, IF THE POETS HAD FEARED THE ADVERTISERS, by FRANKLIN PIERCE ADAMS



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IF THE POETS HAD FEARED THE ADVERTISERS, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hear the sledges with the bells
Last Line: The liquefaction of her feminine apparel.
Alternate Author Name(s): F. P. A.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Writing & Writers


HEAR the sledges with the bells,
Bells fashioned of a well-known metal.

Up from the meadows rich with a prominent kind of grain,
Clear in the cool September morn.

The clustered spires of a small Southern town stand,
Green walled by the hills of a famous state below Mason and Dixon's line.

When as in a certain textile fabric my Julia goes,
Then, then, methinks how sweetly flows
The liquefaction of her feminine apparel.





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