Harriet Monroe Poems
- The Message Of The Wind The wind comes riding down from ...
- April -- North Carolina Would you not be in Tryon ...
- The Shadow-Child Why do the wheels go whirring ...
- A Power-Plant The Fisk Street turbine power station in ...
- Myself What am I? I am Earth the mother, With all her ...
- A Letter To One Far Away Dear Wanderer— The sky is gray, ...
- Nancy Hanks Prairie child, Brief as dew, What winds of ...
Harriet Monroe was an American editor, scholar, literary critic, and patron of the arts. Monroe is best known as the founder and long time editor of Poetry Magazine. She was born in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from the Visitation Academy of Georgetown, D.C., in 1879, and afterward devoted herself to literary work.
Monroe was the first editor at Poetry Magazine when she founded it in 1912. From her position as editor, she played a role in the development of modern poetry, both as an early publisher and as a supporter of poets such as Ezra Pound, H. D., T. S. Eliot, William Carlos Williams , Carl Sandburg and others.
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The Message Of The Wind
The wind comes riding down from heaven.
Ho! wind of heaven, what do you bring?
Cool for the dawn, dew for the even,
And every sweetest thing.
O wind of heaven, from pink clouds driven,
What do you bring to me?
The low call of thy love who waits
Under the willow tree,
Whose boat upon the water waits
For me, for thee.