Quotation by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

The foolish fears of what might happen.
I cast them all away
Among the clover-scented grass,
Among the new-mown hay,
Among the husking of the corn,
Where drowsy poppies nod
Where ill thoughts die and good are born—
Out in the fields with God.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806–1861), British poet, and Louise Imogen Guiney, British poet. Out in the Fields with God (attributed to Browning and to Guiney). . .

World's Great Religious Poetry, The. Caroline Miles Hill, ed. (1954) The Macmillan Company.
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