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Margaret Elizabeth Sangster


Poems

  1. A Maple Leaf
    by Margaret E. Sangster
    So bright in death I used to say,
    So beautiful through frost and cold!
  2. Knight and Lady
    by Margaret E. Sangster
    He lifted his hand to his plumed chapeau,
    He bowed to her beauty and rode away,—
  3. New-Mown Hay
    by Margaret E. Sangster
    Sweet, oh sweet, from the fields to-day
    Wafts the breath of the new-mown hay.
  4. Sabbath Day
    by Margaret E. Sangster
    A little aside from the sweep and whirl,
    The shifting splendor of swift Broadway,
  5. The Old Church
    by Margaret E. Sangster
    It lifteth its gray old spire from the heart of the busy town,
    Pointing the thoughts of the people from the things that bind men down—
  6. The Snowflake
    by Margaret E. Sangster
    It was a little snowflake
    With tiny winglets furled;
  7. Washington's Birthday
    by Margaret E. Sangster
    No rockets flamed in sudden fire,
    No ringing gladness rocked the spire,