The Snow Queen by Caroline (Dollie) Maitland Radford

The snow queen passed our way last night,
Between the darkness and the light,
And flowers from an enchanted star,
Fell showerlike from her flying car.

And silently through all the hours,
The trees have borne their magic flowers,
And now stand up with dauntless head,
To catch the morning’s gold and red.

From: Radford, Dollie, A Light Load, 1891, Elkin Mathews: London, p. 27.
(http://purl.dlib.indiana.edu/iudl/vwwp/VAB7096)

Date: 1891

By: Caroline (Dollie) Maitland Radford (1858-1920)

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