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RALPH HODGSON
English poet
(1871 - 1962)

Some things have to be believed to be seen.
      - [Belief]

Eve, with her basket, was
  Deep in the bells and grass
    Wading in bells and grass
      Up to her knees,
        Picking a dish of sweet
          Berries and plums to eat,
            Down in the bells and grass
              Under the trees.
      - Eve [Fruits]

He came and took me by the hand,
  Up to a red rose tree,
    He kept His meaning to Himself,
      But gave a rose to me.
        I did not pray Him to lay bare
          The mystery to me,
            Enough the rose was Heaven to smell,
              And His own face to see.
      - The Mystery [Roses]

The morning that my baby came
  They found a baby swallow dead,
    And saw a something hard to name
      Fly mothlike over baby's bed.
      - The Swallow [Babyhood]

God loves an idle rainbow,
  No less than laboring seas.
      - Three Poems (II) [Rainbows]


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