Vintage Poem for Scrapbooking, Card Making or Graphic Design: Back to the Farm (Part 2 of 4)


Part 2 (of 4) of a poem by Martha Gilbert Dickinson Bianchi called "Back to the Farm" and illustrated by N.C. Wyeth.

Down in the hayfield where scythes glint through the clover;
Lusty blood a-throbbing in the splendor of the noon --
Lying 'neath the haycocks as castling clouds pass over,
Hearing insect lovers a-piping out of tune.

Caught in the spell of old kitchen-garden savors --
With luscious lines retreating to hills of musky corn,
And clambering grapes that spill their clustering flavors --
Each in fragrant season filling Plenty's golden horn.

You can download the free high-res 5" x 7" @ 300 ppi JPEG of the illustration above for scrapbooking, card making or graphic design projects here.

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