The Spike: or, Victoria College Review September 1921
On a Dog, that wandered into V.U.C.
Did'st thou want wisdom, O Dog, that thou camest to sit' at the feel of philosophers? Had'st thou lost thy bone, thy well-loved, that thou sought'st recompense in syllogism and ethic argument; or did'st thou thirst for Wiren on Evidence? Perchance 'twas wafted warmth and smell from cheerful basement brought thee here. . . . Ah, little dog, cruel hands thrust thee forth; seek happiness in heavenly halls, and in fields ofAsphodel bury thy bone; roll, and disport thyself exceedingly.