Lilac And Gold And Green By Wilfrid Scawen Blunt

Lilac And Gold And Green

Lilac and gold and green!
Those are the colours I love the best,
Spring’s own raiment untouched and clean,
When the world is awake and yet hardly dressed,
And the stranger sun, her bridegroom shy,
Looks at her bosom and wonders why
She is so beautiful, he so blest.

Lilac and green and gold!
Those were the colours you wore to–day,
Robed you were in them fold on fold,
Clothed in the light of your love’s delay.
And I held you thus in my arms, once only,
And wondered still, as you left me lonely,
How the world’s beauty was changed to grey.

Lilac and gold and green!
I would die for the truth of those colours true!
Lilac for loyalty, gold for my queen,
And green the faith of my love for you.
Here is a posy of all the three.
My heart is with it. So think of me,
And our weeping skies shall once more be blue.

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