Isabel Ecclestone Mackay

(25 November 1875 – 15 August 1928 / Canada)

Indifference - Poem by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay

A BIRD, a wild-flower and a tree--
I care for them, not they for me.

I see all heaven in a pool--
But the frog there takes me for a fool.

To this dead thrush a tear I gave--
All Spring shall sing above my grave,

And naught I spend my heart upon
Know lack or loss that I am gone--

A bird, a wild-flower and a tree,
I cherish them; they suffer me!

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 6, 2010

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