Mary Webb. “Snowdrops.” Seven lines. With: “Fairy-Led.” Seventeen lines in three stanzas. Manuscript poem, one leaf, 11⅜″ x 8″, off-white laid paper, black ink. An unusual manuscript, with two poems on a single page. In “Snowdrops,” one of at least three poems on this theme, Webb describes the early blooming bulbs in a winter landscape anticipating springtime. “Fairy-Led” is an imaginative interaction with the fairy people.