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Harriet McEwen Kimball

  • Azalea — whitest of white! / ... / A very rapture of white; / A wedlock of silence and light.

    • Harriet McEwen Kimball,
    • "White Azaleas," Swallow-Flights ()
  • To-morrow has trouble to lend ; To all who lack to-day; / Go, borrow it — borrow, griefless heart, / And thou with thy peace wilt pay!

    • Harriet McEwen Kimball,
    • "Song," Swallow-Flights ()
  • The cool, bright days, / The calm, bright days, / With their liberal-hearted noons! / The clear, still nights, / The restful nights, / With their greatening harvest-moons ...

    • Harriet McEwen Kimball,
    • "In Autumn," Swallow-Flights ()

Harriet McEwen Kimball, U.S. poet

(1834 - 1917)