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FRAGMENTS INTENDED FOR DEATH'S JEST-BOOK: DAY OF SURPASSING BEAUTY, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: The earth is bright, her forests all are golden
Last Line: A crown, or cross, for one is born to-day.
Subject(s): Beauty; Birth; Earth; Nature; Secrets; Child Birth; Midwifery; World


THE earth is bright, her forests all are golden;
A cloud of flowers breathes blushing over her
And, whispering from bud to blossom, opens
The half-awakened memory of the song
She heard in childhood from the mystic sun.
There is some secret stirring in the world,
A thought that seeks impatiently its word:
A crown, or cross, for one is born to-day.





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