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Poems by Women

Days

Karle Wilson Baker

Some days my thoughts are just cocoons -- all cold, and dull, and blind,
They hang from dripping branches in the grey woods of my mind;

And other days they drift and shine -- such free and flying things!
I find the gold-dust in my hair, left by their brushing wings.

 

From: Rittenhouse, Jessie B.
The Second Book of Modern Verse (1919).

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