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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Rosy Miller
By Jeannette Marks
 
I DO not ever remember having seen Rosy Miller—
I never met her,
Yet lose her I never can.
It was the speech of a friend that made her live for me—
Rosy Miller, who gave and gave;        5
Who, a child still, had learned the whole meaning of life,
Who asked nothing,
Who never held a hand out mendicant to others.
 
One night at dusk she came down a hill with me—
That was three years ago, that hour at dusk,        10
And now they say she is dead.
But that is a mistake:
Even for me who never knew her she still lives.
 
 
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