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Ellen Mackay Hutchinson

  • September waves his golden-rod / Along the lanes and hollows / And saunters round the sunny fields / A-playing with the swallows.

    • Ellen Mackay Hutchinson,
    • "The Prince," in Charlotte Fiske Bates, ed., The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song ()
  • The tide slips up the silver sand, / Dark night and rosy day; / It brings sea-treasures to the land, / Then bears them all away.

    • Ellen Mackay Hutchinson,
    • "Sea-Way," in Charlotte Fiske Bates, ed., The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song ()

Ellen Mackay Hutchinson, U.S. poet, journalist

(1851 - 1933)

Full name: Ellen Mackay  Hutchinson Cortissoz. Note: Something’s off here — her poetry appears in a book published before she was born. And yet … and yet I can’t make the numbers come out any differently. Help?