Marguerite Wilkinson

(1883-1928 / United States)

Marguerite Wilkinson Poems

1. A Woman’s Beloved 4/22/2010
2. A Song Of Two Wanderers 1/4/2003
3. An Incantation 4/22/2010
4. Songs Of An Empty House 1/4/2003

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Songs Of An Empty House


Before I die I may be great,
   The chanting guest of kings,
A queen in wonderlands of song
   Where every blossom sings.
I may put on a golden gown
   And walk in sunny light,
Carrying in my hair the day,
   And in my eyes the night.

It may be men will honor me --
   The wistful ones and wise,
Who know the ruth of victory,
   The joy of sacrifice.
I may be rich, I may be gay,
   But all the crowns grow old --
The ...

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