Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, A RAMBLING RHYME OF DOROTHY, by ARTHUR CHENEY TRAIN



Poetry Explorer

Classic and Contemporary Poetry

A RAMBLING RHYME OF DOROTHY, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: When ye crocuss shews his heade
Last Line: Dorothy!
Subject(s): Rhyme


WHEN ye Crocuss shews his heade
& ye Wyndes of Marche have flede,
Springe doth come, and happylye
Then I thinke of
Dorothy.

Haycockes fragrante in ye fun
Give me reste when taskes are done:
Summer's here, & merrylye
Then I dreame of
Dorothy.

Scarlette leaves & heapinge binne;
Cyder, ye cool Tankard in;
Autumn's come. Righte jollylye
Then I drinke to
Dorothy.

When ye Northe Wynde sweeps ye snowe
& Icyclles hange all belowe,
Then, for foothe, Olde Winter, he
Letts me dance with
Dorothy!





Other Poems of Interest...



Home: PoetryExplorer.net