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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  The New Poetry: An Anthology.  1917.
 
128. To a Captive Crane
 
By Hamlin Garland
 
 
HO, brother! Art thou prisoned too?
  Is thy heart hot with restless pain?
I heard the call thy bugle blew
  Here by the bleak and chilling main
(Whilst round me shaven parks are spread        5
  And cindered drives wind on and on);
And at thy cry, thy lifted head,
  My gladdened heart was westward drawn.
 
O splendid bird! your trumpet brings
To my lone heart the prairie springs.        10
 

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