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195 > Page 195 of Blooms of the berry / Madison Julius Cawein.

BLOOMS OF THE BERRY. Leap I on a whisp of broom,- Cheer'ly, cheer'ly through the gloom,- All aneath a round-cheeked moon, Treading on her silver shoon Lightly o'er the gloam. III. Or the cowslip on the bent Lift her head, Or the glow-worm's lamp be spent, Whitely dead: 'Neath lank ferns I laughing lie, 'Neath the ferns full warily Hid away, Where the drowsy musk-rose blows And a fussy runnel flows, Sleeping with the Fadry Under leafy canopy All the holyday. 195