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The Abbot Circle 19 2 6 Mv arben Still sits the grey stone-god Moss-grown and old Within his sheltered niche — Unperturbed, inscrutable, He views his world — This garden nook. Lo! the caressing brown of whirling moths In the ling ' ring summer dusk, A glint of gold in this limpid pool Fringed by pencil ' d iris fair — Fireflies in aimless course Pursue the unseen paths of the dark. Bamboo leaves stir with cool wind-songs And shadowy pine-trees croon. A night-hawk moans in a distant shade (Low, sad and tremulous its song). I slip away to the edge of the pool And await the rising moon. FUKI WOOYENAKA (Written for Odeon) Wfytvt! 3fa tfje Jfog — I sat by my window The other day To watch the rain And the gloomy gray Of the fog. The only creature Upon the street Was disconsolate wetness On the four feet Of a dog. 47
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The Abbot Circle 19 2 6 H ong of tf)E $loto Oh, who is so happy as I, as I? — And the lark ' s song, high overhead — I plunge through the moist brown earth That steams in the spring- warm sun, Leaving behind me a furrow smooth, A furrow straight, neat-turned and smooth — Who could be so happy as I, as I? — And the lark ' s song, high overhead — My master with his strong brown hands, His rough blue smock and cheery voice, Calls to the horses — his eyes are on me, But his mind dwells under a thatched roof, A moss-grown, green-hung thatched roof. It is only a week since he took to wife The fairest of rosy-cheeked maids. Oh master! We Have struck a stone — That ' s right — pull slow, Now lift, Now turn, We ' re free! Oh who is so happy as I, as I? — With the lark ' s song high overhead — Edith Bullen 46
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The Abbot Circle 1926 And yet there ' s a feeling In the air, A feeling of something That comes from — where In the fog? Edda Renouf (Written for Odeon) profee (With apologies to Mr. Tennyson) Broke, broke, broke Am I today, ah me. And I would that my lips might utter The aspersions — (beware of Stu. G.) Oh well for the carefree pauper Who hasn ' t a cent to spend. And well for the rich man ' s daughter With money enough to lend. And the hungry girls sweep on To the tea-room, before my nose. But oh, for the touch of a vanished coin, And a sundae at Mr. Lowe ' s! Broke, broke, broke Shall I be for a month, oh gee! But the welcome face of that vanished cash Is forever banished from me. FUKI WOOYENAKA 1926
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