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Edith Matilda Thomas (Эдит Матильда Томас)

Breath of Hampstead Heath

THE wind of Hampstead Heath still burns my cheek
As, home returned, I muse, and see arise
Those rounded hills beneath the low, gray skies,
With gleams of haze-lapped cities far to seek.
These I can picture, but how fitly speak
Of what might not be seen with searching eyes,
And all beyond the listening ear that lies,
Best known to bards and seers in times antique?
The winds that of the spirit rise and blow
Kindle my thought, and shall for many a day,
Recalling what blithe presence filled the place
Of one who oftentimes passed up that way,
By garden close and lane where boughs bend low,
Until the breath of Hampstead touched his face.

Edith Matilda Thomas's other poems:
  1. Thefts of the Morning
  2. Black Flag!
  3. The Betrayal of the Rose
  4. The War of Bread
  5. The Blessed Present

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