Here you will find the Poem An Improver of poet Lesbia Harford
Maisie's been holding down her head all day, Her little red head. And her pointed chin Rests on her neck that slips so softly in The square-cut low-necked darling dress she made In such a way, since it's high-waisted too, It lets you guess how fair young breasts begin Under the gentle pleasant folds of blue. But on the roof at lunchtime when the sun Shone warmly and the wind was blowing free She lifted up her head to let me see A little rosy mark beneath the chin? The mark of kisses. If her mother knew She'd be ashamed, but a girl-friend like me Made her feel proud to show her kisses to.