Poems (1898)/Poetry

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For works with similar titles, see Poetry (Coates) and Poetry.
For other versions of this work, see To the Muse (Coates).


One spot of green, watered by hidden streams,
Makes summer in the desert where it gleams;
And mortals, gazing on thy heavenly face,
Forget the woes of earth, and share thy dreams!