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THE BIRCH-TREE, by            
First Line: Like a shower, breeze-suspended
Last Line: Seems the birch at summer-tide.
Subject(s): Birch Trees


LIKE a shower, breeze-suspended,
Caught and played with by the air,
April from the sky descended,
Tricked by sunshine unaware,
To a pale green fountain fashioned,
Silver shaft with airy fling,
Tremulous and sun-impassioned
Is the birch-tree in the spring.

Like the spirit of the fountain --
Seen when earth was yet a child --
Leaping, white-armed, from the mountain,
Laughing, beckoning, water-wild,
Sheen of mist her beauty veiling,
Which she only half can hide,
Garments o'er her white feet trailing,
Seems the birch at summer-tide.





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