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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Kitty
By Charles Erskine Scott Wood
 
I SAY you are a spirit,
So delicate and pale.
You are not flesh,
But in you love is meshed
Which makes earth heaven, or near it—        5
So all words fail.
 
Your face is moon-white, and withal
Sad as the moon;
And in your eyes a light,
As of a temple lit by night        10
Where tired souls creep and fall,
Asking God’s boon.
Prostrate am I before your soul,
For I have seen
That it is luminous as love, as pure as pain,        15
And kept forever washed by sorrow’s rain.
A chosen one to stand before the goal
And lead the bruised one in.
 
 
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