A Gallop of Fire [poem by Marie E. J. Pitt]

[Editor: This poem by Marie E. J. Pitt was published in The Horses of the Hills and Other Verses (1911).] A Gallop of Fire. When the north wind moans thro’ the blind creek courses And revels with harsh, hot sand, I loose the horses, the wild, red horses, I loose the horses, the mad, red […]

The Rebel [poem by Marie E. J. Pitt]

[Editor: This poem by Marie E. J. Pitt was published in The Horses of the Hills and Other Verses (1911).] The Rebel. Down the Mitchell Kylie bred him, where the rustling reedbeds shiver; Kylie swore the devil fed him with ungodly wind and flame; He was wild as mountain torrent, running riot to the river […]

The Clan Call [poem by Marie E. J. Pitt]

[Editor: This poem by Marie E. J. Pitt was published in The Horses of the Hills and Other Verses (1911).] The Clan Call. I patted the head of a pony, By a Collins-street kerbstone tied, And my soul is sick for the old things And the feel of the world outside. I patted the head […]