Julian Mann


Julian Mann Poems

1. How Is It 7/4/2012
2. Make Promise 7/5/2012
3. Window 7/7/2012
4. Moment 7/10/2012
5. Crystal Joy 12/12/2012
6. One Little Night 4/18/2013
7. Woman Somewhere 4/21/2013
8. Your Plane, Whoever You Are 7/19/2013
9. Something In Everything 8/25/2013
10. Into Likeness 4/29/2013
11. In Nature There Is A Power 2/13/2014
12. How Complete The Fields Look 2/17/2014
13. I See A Loft Light Far Away 6/30/2012
14. Burning Wheel 7/1/2012
15. Nature 2/21/2014
16. I Thought How Eager Is The Stream 2/23/2014
17. In This Study 2/25/2014
18. The Night Road 4/20/2014
19. Plough On 12/11/2014
20. My Fields Are Fair, My Fields Are Green 4/11/2015
21. I Ramble O'Er Fields And Hills 4/26/2015
22. May And New Love 5/7/2015
23. She Holds Hearts 5/7/2015
24. On Coombe Hill 6/18/2015
25. Another Faery Song 7/2/2015
26. Things Of The Air 8/28/2015
27. They Came In This Way 8/28/2015
28. My Sorrows Slept 5/13/2016
29. Old Grove 5/13/2016
30. Yearning 5/13/2016
31. The Footpath 5/13/2016
32. Let Me Keep This Love As True 5/13/2016
33. The Church Porch 5/21/2016
34. My Favourites 5/21/2016
35. The Last Moment 5/21/2016
36. The Farm Lane 8/28/2016
37. If She Comes Ever To Those Banks 8/10/2014
38. And Should I See Love Walking Nearby 8/11/2014
39. Now The Sun Goes To Its Rest 9/4/2014
40. Now The Hedges Are Bearing Gifts 9/4/2014
Best Poem of Julian Mann

Her Words Made Silence

Her words made silence
All the more sweet;
When uttered they would lilt,
The morning air to meet.

All through the day I kept
A dew drop's wish with me
To hear her whispers trickle,
Her rosy cheeks to see.

I stumbled back at night
The way I came through dawn,
Looking for the trail
To where my joy was born:

A lonely flower was all
I saw in that dark vale,
As shafts of moonlight cast
On leaves her face so pale.

And blushing just as she
Did when I held her hand,
I fell with my broken heart
At her memory's command.

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The Farm Lane

Running, walking, standing,
We were always together,
Down the farm lane
In the sweet hedged weather.

Oh, we knew delight
Under silver-clouded night
When we found each other's lips again
In the dark down the farm lane.

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