Spring tide

The blanket of a winter snow,

A coverlet for cradled hills,

And earth’s reply, now whispered low

Grows silent as a sea-tide swell.

But none of windblown winter’s chains

Can quench heaven’s sunbeam-golden power,

For after winter, comes the rain,

And after rain, the flower.

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