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Poem by Madison Julius Cawein


June


 I.

Hotly burns the amaryllis
 With its stars of red;
Whitely rise the stately lilies
 From the lily bed;
Withered shrinks the wax May-apple
 'Neath its parasol;
Chilly dies the violet dapple
 In its earthly hall.

 II.

March is but a blust'ring liar,
 April a sad love,
May a milkmaid from the byre
 Flirting in the grove.
June is rich in many blossoms,
 She's the one I'll woo;
Health swells in her sunny bosoms,
 She's my sweetheart true.



Madison Julius Cawein


Madison Julius Cawein's other poems:
  1. The Picture
  2. The Ribbon
  3. Wood Notes
  4. The Wood God
  5. Processional


Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • John Clare June ("Now summer is in flower and natures hum")
  • Francis Ledwidge June ("Broom out the floor now, lay the fender by")
  • William Bryant June ("I gazed upon the glorious sky")
  • Archibald Lampman June ("Long, long ago, it seems, this summer morn")
  • Amy Levy June ("Last June I saw your face three times")
  • John Payne June ("THE empress of the year, the meadows' queen")
  • Edgar Guest June ("June is here, the month of roses, month of brides and month of bees")

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