I might have happily lived some other childhood.they sit with their wives all day in the sun,My only thought is for what hasArchangel Winter, darkness on his backSnow haze gleams like sand.And I would likewonders if she'd ever be brave enough"Be off!" say Winter's snows;Covering the landó<br>whose soft bristles graze the top-racks.From which, thanks to symmetry,That this mud draws on the stone.A kind of snow, which hesitatesAgainst which we have been projected? What . . .IV. The Paths to CathayIt is as though I were at a second threshold.I. Arctic SceneryIs it almost honey, is it snow?In realms of dingy gloom and deep crevasse