Louisa Sarah Bevington (1845-1895), also known as Mrs. Guggenberger, was the author of Key-Notes (1879), Poems, Lyrics and Sonnets (1882), Common- Sense Country (1890), The Why I Ams (w William Morris) (1894), Liberty Lyrics (1895), Chiefly a Dialogue (1895), An Anarchist Manifesto (1895) and Anarchism and Violence (1896). "To you, first found, when out of empty days My heart ached youthfully for earnest aim- For sympathy with hunger of its cry- For echo of its better discontent- To you whom quite I reverence and trust, Aimee, most patient listener, most true friend, I send some key-notes of life's journeying moods As voice on voice awakened in my soul, Responsive to fresh visions and new springs. Touched one by one they scarcely modulate, - These several strains; no hint connects their tones; This half effaces that with new intent; "
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