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If you will come to me on such a day as this | 15-Aug-07

If you will come to me on such a day as this / between the rows of red and yellow tulips / then I will be your love

Possibly the start of a poem by Alfred Noyes called "The Gardener".  Can anyone help?

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I'm searching for this too. Title is correct but not sure it's Noyes. Poem was in a 1950s/60s book called An Anthology of Modern Verse, with intro by either Eliz Jennings or Helen Gardner
Stephanie Hooker

Hurray, I've found it. 'The Gardener' by Sidney Keyes in An Anthologogy of Modern Verse 1940-1960 (p 146), ed Elizabeth Jennings, Methuen, pub 1961, reprinted 1965 and 1967. The acknowledgments source is: Sidney Keyes, 'Collected Poems', pub. Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Stephanie Hooker

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