Poetry of Kansas

March


The bitter winds from the frozen north
Are twisting the quaking trees.
Their somber boughs send a wailing forth
Against this chilling breeze.
 
The little birds from their mates are lost,
Are silent and stand forlorn.
The budding flowers arc black with frost,
Their petals shattered, torn.

Kansas Poets
Edited by May William Ward
(New York: Henry Harrison. 1935)
Page 37

 
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April 21, 2005 / John & Susan Howell / Wichita, Kansas / howell@kotn.org

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