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MARY MAPES DODGE
American author and editor
(1838 - 1905)

For ever and ever, my darling, yes
  --Goodness and love are undying;
    Only the troubles and cares of earth
      Are winged from the first for flying.
        Our way we plough
          In the furrow now;"
            But after the tilling and growing the sheaf;
              Soil for the root, but the sun for the leaf--
                And God keepeth watch forever.
      - [Goodness]

The eternal jewels of the short-lived night.
      - [Stars]

She waits for me, my lady Earth,
  Smiles and waits and sighs;
    I'll say her nay, and hide away,
      Then take her by surprise.
      - How the Raid Comes--April [Rain]

Now the noisy winds are still;
  April's coming up the hill!
    All the spring is in her train,
      Led by shining ranks of rain;
        Pit, pat, patter, clatter,
          Sudden sun and clatter patter!
            . . . .
              All things ready with a will,
                April's coming up the hill!
      - Now the Noisy Winds Are Still [April]


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