Helen Hoyt

(1887-1972 / United States)

Poems of Helen Hoyt

1. Ellis Park 1/4/2003
2. Rain At Night 4/22/2010
3. Since I Have Felt The Sense Of Death 4/22/2010
4. The Lover Sings Of A Garden 4/22/2010
5. The New-Born 4/22/2010

Rain At Night

Are you awake? Do you hear the rain?
How rushingly it strikes upon the ground,
And on the roof, and the wet window-pane!
Sometimes I think it is a comfortable sound,
Making us feel how safe and snug we are:
Closing us off in this dark, away from the dark outside.
The rest of the world seems dim tonight, mysterious and far.
Oh, there is no world left! Only darkness, darkness stretching wide
And full of the blind rain's immeasurable fall!

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