Poetry of Kansas
 

To "Little Omega."

Elizabeth Miller.
 
Fair Omega knocked for room,
In the month when roses bloom;
Asking for a little part
Of our cottage and our heart.
Offering in return for this
Sunshines happiness and bliss.
 
Then we opened door and hearts
Asked of her to take a part;
Thinking one so young and fair,
Could be trusted anywhere.
But, alas, the little elf,
Wanted everything herself.
Though she asked for but a part
She has stolen every heart.

Kansas Zephyrs
Ed. Blair
(Madison, Wis.: American Thresherman. 1901)
Page 23

 
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