Harriet Elizabeth Prescott Spofford
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- The awful phantom of the hungry poor.
- A Winter’s Night (sonnet).
- Ah, happy world, where all things live
Creatures of one great law, indeed;
Bound by strong roots, the splendid flower,—
Swept by great seas, the drifting seed!
- The Story of the Flower.
- A place of dream, the Holy Land
Hangs midway between earth and heaven.
- The Holy Land.
- Beauty vanishes like a vapor,
Preach the men of musty morals.
- Evanescence (1900).
- He is one of those people to whom you must allow moods,—when their sun shines, dance,—and when their vapors rise, sit in the shadow.
- The Amber Gods (1863).