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Edward Booth Loughran

(13 December 1850 - 20 October 1928 / Glasgow / Scotland)

Dead Leaves


When these dead leaves were green, love,
   November's skies were blue,
And summer came with lips aflame,
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  • Mario Rios Pinot (5/7/2009 4:38:00 PM)

    I love this poem. I never get sick of nature poems but a city poem is not easy, is it? How'bout a contest best city/urban poem, proem? Thank you. (Report) Reply

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