Works in the Herald 1929
6. SPRING STREET
As I went over Spring Street,
Where "Ma" provides for thespians' need,
A gorgeous man I chanced to meet,
And he was very proud indeed.
His lovely, undulating locks,
Like ripples on a summer sea,
His flashing eye, his yearning socks.
All were a wondrous symphony.
Yet while he strode, as Paris strode
Of old to hearten ladies fair,
He slipped upon the rain-wet road
And sat down in a puddle there.
So, knowing actors, and beacuse
Of that expectant look he wore,
I knew he waited for applause,
I cried "Encore!"
Herald, 30 January 1929, p4