|Hoyt & Roberts, comps. Hoyts New Cyclopedia of Practical Quotations. 1922.|
|Underneath an apple-tree|
Sat a maiden and her lover;
And the thoughts within her he
Yearned, in silence, to discover.
Round them danced the sunbeams bright,
Green the grass-lawn stretched before them
While the apple blossoms white
Hung in rich profusion oer them.
Will CarletonApple Blossoms.
|The apple blossoms shower of pearl,|
Though blent with rosier hue,
As beautiful as womans blush,
As evanescent too.
L. E. LandonApple Blossoms.
|All day in the green, sunny orchard,|
When May was a marvel of bloom,
I followed the busy bee-lovers
Down paths that were sweet with perfume.
Margaret E. SangsterApple Blossoms.