The Mail

To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

The passage of indifferent ankles

On the Pythagorean tick of an English bicycle.

The ultimate frown in an age of frowns;

Womanhood dehydrated

To a gliding

Hypothesis . . .

Get out of her way, you idiot,

Can't you see she's

Going Somewhere.

From my Collected Poems--hitherto unpublished--I have selected what, after five years in Cambridge, I must say is my only honest response to your recent descriptions of the Radcliffe Girl. John M. Todd, '51