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In A Garden Post by :Eric_Hall Category :Poems Author :Bliss Carman Date :March 2011 Read :752

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In A Garden

Thought is a garden wide and old
For airy creatures to explore,
Where grow the great fantastic flowers
With truth for honey at the core.

There like a wild marauding bee
Made desperate by hungry fears,
From gorgeous _If_ to dark _Perhaps_
I blunder down the dusk of years.

(The end)
Bliss Carman's poem: In A Garden

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