[Now?], the facts are I remember the hepatica best as coming in May, for here near Chicago the spring is some times late, and the most hepaticas I've ever seen at one time were blooming out at Glencoe about the 10th of May. But I thought after I had sent the verse - the hepatica belongs in most places to April, rather than to May, and I will write that again. I was busy and went away to Okla. without reviewing my hepatica verse. - While there I rec'd a letter from3writing you must have to do, I do not really expect you to keep up a correspondence with me. I am just beginning to send my little songs to the magazines. The Outlook recently sent me a check for one called "A May Song" I do not know whether it will come out in May, or not. Do you think the four I have sent you are true enough and artistic enough to03183
1903 Mar 14
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