„How hushed and still are earth and air,
How lanquid 'neath the sun's firece ray-
Drooping and faint flowers fair,
On this hot, sultry, summer day!“

—  Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon, from An Afternoon in July
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Canadian writer 1829 - 1879

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