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The Web Poetry Corner - M A Heathcote - The first unsullied snowdrop
The first unsullied snowdrop
M A Heathcote
Love; what flower do you most aspire?
Love; what flower should I most admire?
Red peonyís with "lustful conduit desire
Purple" crocuses cupped with fire.
Or the now pink foreign ragged robin,
Breathless; rolling on_ that country, common.
I "sprig of green moist" Solomonís seal,
You a single rose bud so genteel.
Love; what flower should I mostly aspire?
Love: what flower do you mostly require?
Be it the fox gloves fleshy advancing spire
Or the honey suckles tendrils of wire_
Or be you simply May times forget-me-not
Still better the first unsullied snowdrop.
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