Here you will find the Poem Love Sonnet X of poet Zora Bernice May Cross
And then came Science with her torch red-lit And cosmic marvels round her glowing head? The primal cell, the worm, the quadruped? Striving to make each to the other fit. Tongue-trumpeting her own unchallenged wit, She offered me the woof of Wisdom?s thread, And Truth and Purity that hourly tread The paths where sages in their wonder sit. And still I smiled and kissed you with a sob. My lips on yours, I heard, high up above Love?s feet ring laughter on the starry sod And felt the echo through our bosoms throb. Beloved, Science ends in our pure love Which shares alone the secrets of our God.