Richard Le Gallienne
A Library In A Garden - Poem by Richard Le Gallienne
'A Library in a garden!
The phrase seems to contain the whole felicity
of man.'-Mr. EDMUND GOSSE in
Gossip in a Library
A world of books amid a world of green,
Sweet song without, sweet song again within
Flowers in the garden, in the folios too:
O happy Bookman, let me live with you!
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