The Chap-book; semi-monthly . we afford! 480 B. C. The gardens of the Luxembourg,Spreading beneath the brilliant sun.Shall be your haunt of leisure nowWhen all your wander years are done. There you shall stand ; the very mienYou wore in Paris streets of old.And ponder what a thing is life.Or watch the chestnut blooms unfold. There you will find, I dare surmise,Another tolerance than ours, —The loving kindness of the grass.The tender patience of the flowers. And every year, when May returnsTo bring the golden age again.And hope comes back with poetryIn your loved land across the Seine, Some you

The Chap-book; semi-monthly . we afford! 480 B. C. The gardens of the Luxembourg,Spreading beneath the brilliant sun.Shall be your haunt of leisure nowWhen all your wander years are done. There you shall stand ; the very mienYou wore in Paris streets of old.And ponder what a thing is life.Or watch the chestnut blooms unfold. There you will find, I dare surmise,Another tolerance than ours, —The loving kindness of the grass.The tender patience of the flowers. And every year, when May returnsTo bring the golden age again.And hope comes back with poetryIn your loved land across the Seine, Some you Stock Photo
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The Chap-book; semi-monthly . we afford! 480 B. C. The gardens of the Luxembourg, Spreading beneath the brilliant sun.Shall be your haunt of leisure nowWhen all your wander years are done. There you shall stand ; the very mienYou wore in Paris streets of old.And ponder what a thing is life.Or watch the chestnut blooms unfold. There you will find, I dare surmise, Another tolerance than ours, —The loving kindness of the grass.The tender patience of the flowers. And every year, when May returnsTo bring the golden age again.And hope comes back with poetryIn your loved land across the Seine, Some youth will come with foreign speech.Bearing his dream from over sea, A lover of your flawless craft.Apprenticed to your poverty. He will be mute before you there.And mark those lineaments which tellWhat stormy, unrelenting fateHad one who served his art so well. And there be yours, the livelong day, Beyond the mordant reach of pain. The little gospel of the leaves. The Nunc dimittis of the rain ! B. C. MA BEERBOHMS CARICATURES.. Mk. WILLIAM ARCHER. THE CHAP-BOOK, October /. iSqb. ANNOUNCEMENTS IX The Chap-Book SEMI-MONTHLY HERBERT STUART STONE, EDITORHARRISON G. RHODES, ASSISTANT SUBSCRIPTION : TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. THE TRADESUPPLIED BY THE AMERICAN NEWS COMPANY ANDITS BRANCHES. ADVERTISING RATES TO BE HADON APPLICATION. THE CHAP-BOOK, CHICAGO. Entered at the Chicago Post Office as Second Class Matter. Verlaine Monument Fund It is proposed to erect in Paris a bust of thedead poet, the money to be raised by an inter-national subscription. The Chap-Book is theAmerican representative of the committee, andsolicits the aid of the friends of Verlaine and hiswork. Cheques should be addressed to THE CHAP-BOOK, CHICAGO.Their receipt will be acknowledged on this page. THE CHAP-BOOK. The 5i2eof each colored plate In *SPORTis oboul I8 by 24 Inches kSPORT; or riSH I NGAND SHOOTING tdited b^ A C GOULDond illuetrotecL with FIFTELEIM MAGMinCENT COLORED PLATES ^—from new Original Water Co)ora, h

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