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Mary Elizabeth Mahnkey

  • In winter, each flower, each stone, / Each stick, each leaf, / Speaks to me of the old time grief. / But when I walk this way in spring, / They laugh, and I laugh, They sing, and I sing.

    • Mary Elizabeth Mahnkey,
    • in Ellen Gray Massey, A Candle Within Her Soul: Mary Elizabeth Mahnkey and Her Ozarks, 1877-1948 ()

Mary Elizabeth Mahnkey, U.S. poet

(1877 - 1948)