Excerpt from A Wayfarer's Treasures AS some glad wayfarer from meads and dells, Wherethrough all day he wandered joyously, Hearing such secrets as kind Nature tells To list'ning souls who love her mystery; Returning in the twilight quietly, Enriched with flowers gathered and caressed, He met some town-folk sick and sore depressed, And gave his treasures as he passed them by. So I, these blossoms of my heart and soul, Fashioned in dreams, and pleasant reveries, Offer to thee as helps towards thy goal Of Love, and Hope, and Faith that never dies. Accept them, reader dear, a modest store; Then to the charmed woods and gather more.
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