The Fir Lane is a poem that L.M. Montgomery published in the December 1904 issue of Vick’s Family Magazine, a periodical based in Rochester, New York. It also appeared in Zion’s Herald, a Boston magazine, in September 1916, and, under the title “The Lane of Firs,” in the Springfield Republican of Massachusetts. It was reprinted recently in A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921.
We lingered there when twilight fell
Montgomery, L.M. “The Fir Lane.” Vick’s Family Magazine (Rochester, NY), December 1904, 5.
Also in Zion’s Herald (Boston), 6 September 1916, 1137.
Also as “The Lane of Firs” in Springfield (MA) Republican, 10 November 1916, 8.
Also in A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 15–16.