Novelties and specialties for 1897
SWEET PEAS.
The quaint old house by the river,
With its shadowy elms so tall!
Where orioles used to build,
And the sweet peas over the wall.
The lisping of the waters blue,
As the tide doth rise and fall:
Where the starry jessamine twines,
And the sweet peas over the wall.
The spring at the foot of the hill,
With its crystal cooling for all;
The soft south wind with fragrant breath,
And the sweet peas over the wall.
The rare old garden rich with bloom,
And the whippoorwill's evening call.
How dear to me these scenes of youth,
And the sweet peas over the wall!

Under the Southern Sun [poems]
 By Mary B. Heyer