Poems of the Past and the Present1901IThere is a house with ivied walls,And mullioned windows worn and old,And the long dwellers in those hallsHave souls that know but sordid calls,And dote on gold.IIIn a blazing brick and plated showNot far away a 'villa' gleams,And here a family few may know,With book and pencil, viol and bow,Lead inner lives of dreams.IIIThe philosophic passers say,'See that old mansion mossed and fair,Poetic souls therein are they:And O that gaudy box! Away,You vulgar people there.'
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