Mae Madden

Author: Mary Murdoch Mason


Where the lion of Venice, with brows afrown, With tossed mane tumbled, and teeth in air, Looks out in his watch o’er the watery town, With a paw half lifted, with his claws half bare, By the blue Adriatic, in the edge of the sea, I saw her. I knew her, but she knew not me. I had found her at last! Why, I had sailed The antipodes through, had sought, had hailed All flags, had climbed where the storm clouds curled, And called from the awful arched dome of the world.


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Chicago: Mary Murdoch Mason, "II.," Mae Madden, ed. Hawthorne, Julian, 1846-1934 in Mae Madden (New York: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 1906), Original Sources, accessed August 7, 2022,

MLA: Mason, Mary Murdoch. "II." Mae Madden, edited by Hawthorne, Julian, 1846-1934, in Mae Madden, Vol. 22, New York, Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 1906, Original Sources. 7 Aug. 2022.

Harvard: Mason, MM, 'II.' in Mae Madden, ed. . cited in 1906, Mae Madden, Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, New York. Original Sources, retrieved 7 August 2022, from