Far in a western brooklandThat bred me long agoThe poplars stand and trembleBy pools I used to know.
Far, western, bred, me, long, agoThe, stand, pools, used
The linden broke her ranks and rent The woodbine wreaths that bind her, And down the middle buzz! she went With all her bees behind her! The poplars, in long order due, With cypress promenaded, The shock-head willows two and two By rivers gallopaded.
linden, broke, ranks, rent, woodbine, wreaths, bind, down, middle
We knew it would rain, for the poplars showed The white of their leaves, the amber grain Shrunk in the wind, and the lightning now Is tangled in tremulous skeins of rain.
We, knew, rain, showed, white, leaves, amber, grain, Shrunk
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