Marguerite Wilkinson (born Marguerite Ogden Bigelow) was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 15, 1883. She was educated at Northwestern University and married James Wilkinson, 1909. She is the author of "In Vivid Gardens", 1911; "By a Western Wayside", 1912; "New Voices", a critical study of present-day poetry, with a supplementary anthology, 1919; and "Bluestone", a collection of her own poems, 1920.
You that have known passion, think not that you have fathomed love.
It may be that you have never seen love’s face.
For love thrusts aside storm-clouds of passion to unveil the heavens,
And, in the heart of a woman,...