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A Water-Color
by [?]


Low hidden in among the forest trees
An artist’s tilted easel, ankle-deep
In tousled ferns and mosses, and in these
A fluffy water-spaniel, half asleep
Beside a sketch-book and a fallen hat–
A little wicker flask tossed into that.

A sense of utter carelessness and grace
Of pure abandon in the slumb’rous scene,–
As if the June, all hoydenish of face,
Had romped herself to sleep there on the green,
And brink and sagging bridge and sliding stream
Were just romantic parcels of her dream.