Youth's Magazine,  9 (1836), 104–05.

The Poetry of Flowers.—No. II. Pansy



Poetry, Regular Feature


Botany, Piety

    The poem, which is prefaced by a description of Viola tricolor, is a meditation on humble cheerfulness.

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