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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Fiction - 220 pages
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This collection of poetry of Mrs. Wilcox was written while she bore the name of Ella Wheeler, and are quite inconsistent with the ideas and philosophy of Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Sample of contents includes: an old heart; why should we sigh; no comfort; worth living; he will not come; a man's reverie; specters; discontent; at the hop; returned birds; cheating time; our petty care; wishes; smoke; and many others.

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