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llpon my little window glass
Tl1e frost has etched a thousand things,
Designs of wonder that surpass
The master works ol' fairy kings.
Beneath a eloudless silver sky
A wintry world with many charms,
All wrapped in fleeey drifts, doth lie
Asleep in VVinter's ehilly arms.
l see a crystal castle there,
With diamond domes and sparkling spires
That point up high into the air,
Like sentinels in jew'l'd attires.
And silent imitations fair,
Of Nature's beauties he had drawn,
With dexterous skill and wondrous care,
Retwixt the sunset and the dawn.
Majestic oaks and pointed pines
Created in a single night,
And Howers, ferns, and trailing vines,
Are clothed alike in raiment white.
Alas! Great NViza1'd, oh, alas!
The beauties, which thou left with me
Have heen expunged from my small glass
By one who is thine enemy.
Ah! far away in Heaven's sky
With glee the guilty golden Sun
Doth like a truant kite sail high,
In vain pursued, yea, never won.
0 sweet recalling Memory!
VVithin n1y musing halls l'll store
These visions dearly prized hy me,
Till mine own Temple is no more.
-LARS BENNETT, '17”