by Mary Murdoch Mason
With an introductory poem, by Joaquin Miller.
The wheel of fortune guide you,
The boy with the bow beside you
Run aye in the way, till the dawn of day
And a luckier lot betide you.
A DREAM OF ITALY.
AN ALLEGORY INTRODUCING "MAE MADDEN."
We two had been parted, God pity us, when
The stars were unnamed and when heaven was dim;
We two had been parted far back on the rim
And the outermost border of heaven's red bars: