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8 > Page 8 of Blooms of the berry / Madison Julius Cawein.

BBOOOMS OF THE BERRY. IV. Dart on, 0 buoyant swallow! Kiis leaves and willing rose! Whose musk the sly winds follow, Ar.d bee that booming goes;- But in this quiet hollow I'll walk, which no one knows. V. None save the moon that shineth At night through rifted trees; The lonely flower that twineth Frail blooms that no one sees; The whippoorwill that pineth; Th sad, sweet-swaying breeze; VI. The lone white stars that glitter; The stream's complaining wave; Gray bats that dodge and flitter; Black crickets hid that rave; And -ne whose life is bitter, And one white head stone grave. 8