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Adelaide Crapsey

  • These be / Three silent things: / The falling snow..the hour / Before the dawn..the mouth of one / Just dead.

    • Adelaide Crapsey,
    • "Triad" (1911), in Susan Sutton Smith, ed., The Complete Poems and Collected Letters of Adelaide Crapsey ()
  • Is it as plainly in our living shown, / By slant and twist, which way the wind hath blown?

    • Adelaide Crapsey,
    • "On Seeing Weather-Beaten Trees," in Susan Sutton Smith, ed., The Complete Poems and Collected Letters of Adelaide Crapsey ()
  • Three grey women walk with me / Fate and Grief and Memory.

    • Adelaide Crapsey,
    • "The Companions," in Susan Sutton Smith, ed., The Complete Poems and Collected Letters of Adelaide Crapsey ()

Adelaide Crapsey, U.S. poet

(1878 - 1914)