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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
The Marvel
By George O’Neil
 
From “Wings of Spring”

UP on the hill where trees were bare
  I saw her go the first spring dawn.
The thrushes came while she was there
  And sang when she had gone.
 
I looked at noon, and saw how light        5
  Had crept into the apple row.
“The hill,” I said, “will soon be white
  With April apple snow.”
 
So I was sure that I had learned
  Why thrushes sang where she went by—        10
Yet on the day that she returned
  The leaves began to die.
 
 
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