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Harriet Monroe, ed. (1860–1936).  Poetry: A Magazine of Verse.  1912–22.
 
Silver Fog
By Winifred Welles
 
HUSH—hush—hush! Steady as footsteps in the sand,
I hear two other oars crunch in their locks—
And look now, how my boat rocks
To feel another boat close by—
So close, so close, that if I reach my hand …        5
 
Who are you, who am I,
To halt each other with a cry?
 
Let us continue blurred and lonely,
Touched by each other’s trembling only.
It is so seldom two can be        10
Each for each a mystery.
 
 
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