(Lansing, Mich. Press of Robert Smith Printing, 1902). Likely first edition, one of two published dated 1902; OCLC also notes one with a Chicago imprint. 8vo, original green cloth, gilt lettering, 170 pages. Several gatherings rather roughly opened; a very good copy. OCLC notes one location, at CtY. Item #10011
Inscribed and signed by Bronson on the front free endpaper. A lengthy allegorical verse tale, replete with Bronson's odd spiritualist philosophies, and touching on outworn creeds, the wonders of nature, the mysteries of music ("Vibration--great and unknown force: / Prime author of velocity"), etc. Irish, The Modern American Muse: A Complete Bibliography of American Verse, 1900-1925, 445.