Olive Leary poetry 4Jun1960

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Olive Leary poetry 4Jun1960 - jonquils join meVvaying. JON'QtilLvS Yellow...
jonquils join meVvaying. JON'QtilLvS Yellow jonquils long ago Against a blue sky datioinj: restore my soul when low Memory entrancing. Music drifting measures sotl Perhaps a prelude playins; Spirits soon will leap aloft watch a traveler trudge aside S;rangers help advancing: wells up like a rushing tJdr jonquils join me prancing. are the waters, pastures green. what the Psalm is say-ins; Vet often near those flocks 1' seen Yellow jonquil swaying. EDWARD RKVNOhDS Detroit _ 70 A DAFFODIL daffodil so origin— Bloommg in the bright sunlight. j ] ovc V0 ur golden bloom, all of winter's gloom, covored o'er .so sung, with snow. While the stormy north winds blow: To auakc so gay array- Proof thai spring is here spring is here to stay. MABEL MC CLELLAN GOLDEN LOOPHOLE When lovely trees are made unshapely To form a passageway for wires Our telephoning gains importance Demanding something that ins-pi res. Where large round openings through Uie treetopp Let message - laden cables through, The autumn - painted leafy circle Should make each word cast brighter hue. OLIVE (.'. LEARY ; /.ephyriiills, Fla. MICHIGAN YESTERDAY Indians great and Indians small Lived in Michigan one and all. This all happened way back when The Indians had (heir homes here i then. The hid kin women sat by the fire, The braves were hunting but did not tire. The little clog had a slippery fish And the Indian woman h>ad an Indian dish. The huts were colorful but they were small, They housed the braves Hut wore : so tall. They hud to sit on bended knee, If they wanted to drink their brewed tea. The witch-doctor had a big feather. And predicted diffmnt kinds of weather. . Groat and colorful were the tribes i Tlvat lived in Michigan and collect; collect; ed hides. i i They were Oblaw-as, PoUowatomis, Miami*, and Ojibwas, Mcnominees. WyondoiMes, poos and Ohippewas. Kieka- They lived together—not, always in ! peace, 'Now they are scattered and mostly ; deceased. i DUE STENBERG I Fifitli Grade

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 04 Jun 1960, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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