A Song of Gold [poem by Dora Wilcox]

[Editor: This poem by Dora Wilcox was published in The Bulletin Reciter, 1901.] A Song of Gold. Oh, there’s great exhilaration in the bosoms of the boys Who are sailing for the goldfields in the West ; Though the dear old days are dead, there ’s a roaring time ahead, And the bonny birds are […]

After the Flood [poem by Dora Wilcox]

[Editor: This poem by Dora Wilcox was published in The Bulletin Reciter, 1901.] After the Flood. Here, in this bend of the creek, in the rushes and long lush grasses, Wild white violets nestle, and musk in the water- weeds; Here there is stillness, and shelter — for the wandering wind as it passes Is […]