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Love Letters of the Bachelor Poet James Whitcomb Riley to Miss Elizabeth Kahle

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Love Letters of the Bachelor Poet James Whitcomb Riley to Miss Elizabeth Kahle
Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916
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I think you are wholly good, and you have my fullest confidence.
*Mrs. Brunn (nee Kahle) says that this "interview" was not preserved, and that she has no recollection of what it was, or what became of it.
[79] God bless you and keep you always glad; and with all gratitude and warm esteem, believe me, Your true friend, J. W. RILEY HOPE* HOPE, bending o er me one time, snowed the flakes Of her white touches on my folded sight, And whispered, half rebukingly, "What makes My little girl so sorrowf
...ul tonight?" scarce did I unclasp my lids, or lift Their tear-glued fringes, as with blind embrace 1 caught within my arms the mother-gift, And with wild kisses dappled all her face.
That was a baby-dream of long ago. My fate is fanged with frost, and tongued with flame : My woman-soul, chased naked through the snow, Stumbles and staggers on without an aim.
And yet, here in my agony, sometimes A faint voice reaches down from some far height, And whispers through a glamoring of rhymes, "What makes my little girl so sad to-night?" J.


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