Poetry of Kansas

Dawn

Ere dawn, I saw the morning star Enlapped by night, A few grey clouds, strung far Like swans in flight. I heard a cockerel's shrill high call, From out a sleeping farmstead, far away, And knew, with humble thankfulness, Life's darkest night brings day.

__Louisa Cooke Don-Carlos

Dear Things And Queer Things
Louisa Cooke Don-Carlos
(Lawrence: The World Company. 1934)
Page 39

 
Kansas:  Poetry  History  Towns  Counties  Colleges  Libraries  Museums

August 23, 2004 / John & Susan Howell / Wichita, Kansas / howell@kotn.org

Blue Skyways Kansas on the Net   Visit the Home Page for Kansas
  A service of the Kansas State Library