Here is another poem from Clark Ashton Smith (CAS) that was unpublished in his lifetime, and is not available on The Eldritch Dark, so here's the full text:
invaded by the wilderness,
CAS also wrote a Spanish version of this poem entitled "Las Alquerías perdidas".
It's unusual to find a poem from CAS that includes the phrase "I love"; for although he wrote quite a number of love lyrics, he rarely used the word itself in such direct terms.
Of course, "Lost Farmsteads" is not a love poem, but a more of a pastoral musing on time passing. Even when tackling such bucolic subject matter, CAS still manages to find a place for the weird imagery that he is known for:
beside a roofless pavement,
the flowers of the plum-tree whiten
like a pale phantom
called up by some grey magician.
"Lost Farmsteads" is not one of CAS' greatest verses, but it has a quiet charm all its own.