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Alfred H. Miles, ed.  Women Poets of the Nineteenth Century.  1907.
A Palace of Dreams, and Other Verse (1901)
VIII. Triolet
By Ada Bartrick Baker (1854– )
WHAT’S become of sweet July,
All the roses that she scatter’d
Ah! but where’s the need to sigh
What’s become of sweet July?
August’s here, love; you and I        5
Are alive; as if it matter’d
What’s become of sweet July,
And the roses that she scatter’d.

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