Edith Franklin Wyatt Poems

Edith Franklin Wyatt was an American poet born in Wisconsin. She wrote many well-loved poems, in addition to works of fiction and non-fiction. According to Poets, she severed as a member of Poetry magazine’s first Advisory committee as well. She often spoke out against animal abuse, labor inequalities, and various political issues she felt compelled to explore. Read more of Edith Franklin Wyatt’s Biography.


by Edith Franklin Wyatt

‘Sympathy’ describes a speaker’s expanding view of the world and how a new ability to see has brought her closer to civilization.

As one within a moated tower, I lived my life alone; And dreamed not other granges’ dower, Nor ways unlike mine own.

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