I came across a rather good poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson today. It's called simply 'April'. It's just a bit too long to post in full here, but here's a link.
I was a bit confused by these lines:
The hedge is gemmed with diamonds,
The air with Cupids full,
The cobweb clues of Rosamond
Guide lovers to the pool.
What are these 'cobweb clues of Rosamond'? It reads as if it's referring to a myth or legend I haven't been told about, and I can't find any Rosamonds, Rosamunds or Rosamundes who did anything famous with spiders.