What Then?

A RECENT number of The Outlook (N. Y.) publishes the following interrogative poem by Herbert Newton Casson:—

When the mind is mapped as streets are—row on row;When the heart is tamed from Love's unreasoning throe;When the poet's winged fancyIs an outgrown necromancy;When the rain of inspiration turns to snow:What then?

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Relied on Christian Science
January 16, 1902
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