Poetry of Kansas
 

Blow, Blow, Wild Winds.

Blow, blow, wild winds, ye cannot harm,
My fire is bright, my hearth is warm;
My hearth is warm, my fire is bright,
My heart is joyous, free, and light
For love itself keeps watch and ward
From every ill my life to guard;
Blow, blow, wild winds, I need not fear,
My life is safely sheltered here,
From every harm and danger near.

__Mrs. Elvira Robinson.

Poets and Poetry of Kansas
Edited by Thomas W. Herringshaw
(Chicago: American Publishers' Association. 1894)
Page 328

 
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