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SONGS OF THE SEA CHILDREN: 24, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: We wandered through the soft spring days
Last Line: A thousand springs.
Subject(s): Spring


We wandered through the soft spring days,
And heard the flowers
Talking among themselves of joys
That were not ours.
Till April in a softening mood
Faltered a word
The pretty gossips of the wood
Had scarcely heard.
But somehow you, you caught the lilt
Of that wild speech
The tiny tribesmen found occult
Beyond their reach.
Now when the rainman walks the field,
And robin sings,
I hark to promises that hold
A thousand springs.





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