Renascence and Other Poems1917IThe first rose on my rose-treeBudded, bloomed, and shattered,
During sad days when to meNothing mattered.Grief of grief has drained me clean;Still it seems a pity
No one saw,-it must have beenVery pretty.IILet the little birds sing;Let the little lambs play;
Spring is here; and so 'tis spring;-But not in the old way!I recall a placeWhere a plum-tree grew;
There you lifted up your face,And blossoms covered you.If the little birds sing,And the little lambs play,
Spring is here; and so 'tis spring-But not in the old way!IIIAll the dog-wood blossoms are underneath the tree!Ere spring was going-ah, spring is gone!
And there comes no summer to the like of you and me,-Blossom time is early, but no fruit sets on.All the dog-wood blossoms are underneath the tree,Browned at the edges, turned in a day;
And I would with all my heart they trimmed a mound for me,And weeds were tall on all the paths that led that way!
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