The winner of the 1938 Pulitzer Award for poetry is a gifted lyricist, but her poetry, with its marked classical imprint, its moods of myth and magic, is designed for a special taste. She writes of enchanted forests, of sacred temples, of gods and goddesses, of the world of childhood, of love, of other poets. Her cycle on Dorothy Wordsworth is exceptionally fine. Throughout she manifests a strong sense of light and color, of visual impressions. Elliptic without being obscure.