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200 > Page 200 of Blooms of the berry / Madison Julius Cawein.

200 BLOOMS OF THE BERRY X. Long tresses floated from a tire Of diamond sparks, which cast a light, And o'er her white sark shook, in fire Rippling the night. XI. I would have thrown me 'neath her feet, And told her all my dole and pain, There while her rein was jingling sweet O'er all the plain. XII. Alas! a black and thwarting cock Crew from the thatch with long-necked cry- The Elfin queen and her wee flock In the night did die.