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  • 37.
    Late Summer


    Confused, he found her lavishing feminine
    Gold upon clay, and found her inscrutable;
    And yet she smiled. Why, then, should horrors
    Be as they were, without end, her playthings?

    And why were dead years hungrily telling her
    Lies of the dead, who told them again to her?
    If now she knew, there might be kindness
    Clamoring yet where a faith lay stifled.

    A little faith in him, and the ruinous
    Past would be for time to annihilate,
    And wash out, like a tide that washes
    Out of the sand what a child has drawn there.

    God, what a shining handful of happiness,
    Made out of days and out of eternities,
    Were now the pulsing end of patience—
    Could he but have what a ghost had stolen!

    What was a man before him, or ten of them,
    While he was here alive who could answer them,
    And in their teeth fling confirmations
    Harder than agates against an egg-shell?

    But now the man was dead, and would come again
    Never, though she might honor ineffably
    The flimsy wraith of him she conjured
    Out of a dream with his wand of absence.

    And if the truth were now but a mummery,
    Meriting pride’s implacable irony,
    So much the worse for pride. Moreover,
    Save her or fail, there was conscience always.

    Meanwhile, a few misgivings of innocence,
    Imploring to be sheltered and credited,
    Were not amiss when she revealed them.
    Whether she struggled or not, he saw them.

    Also, he saw that while she was hearing him
    Her eyes had more and more of the past in them;
    And while he told what cautious honor
    Told him was all he had best be sure of,

    He wondered once or twice, inadvertently,
    Where shifting winds were driving his argosies,
    Long anchored and as long unladen,
    Over the foam for the golden chances.

    “If men were not for killing so carelessly,
    And women were for wiser endurances,”
    He said, “we might have yet a world here
    Fitter for Truth to be seen abroad in;

    “If Truth were not so strange in her nakedness,
    And we were less forbidden to look at it,
    We might not have to look.” He stared then
    Down at the sand where the tide threw forward

    Its cold, unconquered lines, that unceasingly
    Foamed against hope, and fell. He was calm enough,
    Although he knew he might be silenced
    Out of all calm; and the night was coming.

    “I climb for you the peak of his infamy
    That you may choose your fall if you cling to it.
    No more for me unless you say more.
    All you have left of a dream defends you:

    “The truth may be as evil an augury
    As it was needful now for the two of us.
    We cannot have the dead between us.
    Tell me to go, and I go.”—She pondered:

    “What you believe is right for the two of us
    Makes it as right that you are not one of us.
    If this be needful truth you tell me,
    Spare me, and let me have lies hereafter.”

    She gazed away where shadows were covering
    The whole cold ocean’s healing indifference.
    No ship was coming. When the darkness
    Fell, she was there, and alone, still gazing. read more »

  • 38.
    Summer Nights

    The factory siren tells workers time to go home
    tells them the evening has begun.
    When living with the tall man read more »

  • 39.
    Summer Evening

    The frog half fearful jumps across the path,
    And little mouse that leaves its hole at eve
    Nimbles with timid dread beneath the swath;
    My rustling steps awhile their joys deceive, read more »

  • 40.
    The Summer Sun Shone Round Me

    THE summer sun shone round me,
    The folded valley lay
    In a stream of sun and odour,
    That sultry summer day. read more »

  • 41.
    Summer Images

    Now swarthy Summer, by rude health embrowned,
    Precedence takes of rosy fingered Spring;
    And laughing Joy, with wild flowers prank'd, and crown'd,
    A wild and giddy thing, read more »

  • 42.
    'Tis moonlight, summer moonlight

    'Tis moonlight, summer moonlight,
    All soft and still and fair;
    The solemn hour of midnight
    Breathes sweet thoughts everywhere, read more »

  • 43.
    Summer Wind

    It is a sultry day; the sun has drank
    The dew that lay upon the morning grass,
    There is no rustling in the lofty elm
    That canopies my dwelling, and its shade read more »

  • 44.
    When on a Summer's Morn

    When on a summer's morn I wake,
    And open my two eyes,
    Out to the clear, born-singing rills
    My bird-like spirit flies. read more »

  • 45.
    Moonlight, summer moonlight

    'Tis moonlight, summer moonlight,
    All soft and still and fair;
    The solemn hour of midnight
    Breathes sweet thoughts everywhere, read more »

  • 46.
    Tis the Last Rose of Summer

    Tis the last rose of summer
    Left blooming alone;
    All her lovely companions
    Are faded and gone: read more »

  • 47.
    Summer Dawn

    Pray but one prayer for me 'twixt thy closed lips,
    Think but one thought of me up in the stars.
    The summer night waneth, the morning light slips,
    Faint and grey 'twixt the leaves of the aspen, betwixt the cloud-bars read more »

  • 48.
    Early summer rain

    Early summer rain--
    houses facing the river,
    two of them. read more »

New Summer Poems

  1. Summer Song..., Anamta Ali Pasha
  2. Summer, Ronald Chapman
  3. Summer time to have fun, Arafat Driche
  4. Abiding, Lonnie Hicks
  5. Indian Summer Ritual, Alma Luz Villanueva
  6. My Summer Love, angelica senare
  7. Summer Passing, Jenna Sheridan
  8. S.(ummer lovin), tyler eisner
  9. The Days of Summer, Tsunami HiroshiSu
  10. Summer Summer (#3), Peter S. Quinn
  11. Saving Summer, Charles Hice
  12. I Could Not Say, gajanan mishra
  13. Summer, Daniel McCann
  14. Summer and Water, gajanan mishra
  15. Summer, Ramesh Anand
  16. A Good-Bye & A Hello, Tiger Lily Love
  17. ' [ Late August ] ', Ency Bearis
  18. THE KID ON SUMMER JOY, mohamed Alpha Ba
  19. Summer, Geneen Alyssa Meyers
  20. Summer nights, Brandon Rhodes
  21. Seasons, stephanie tea
  22. Summer, Nour Hisham
  23. Summer's Yearnings, Lonnie Hicks
  24. Summer Days, Katy Lue
  25. Mid Summer Beauty, Laura Nnamdi
  26. My Summer Days <3, Ashley Meyers
  27. Summer, Anne Harkonen
  28. Untitled, Breann Vilsack
  29. Come Summer, michael warburton
  30. Summer Fire, Lonnie Hicks
  31. blow away, wikusia zajac
  32. summer moved on, Igor Grey Balatsky
  33. Summer, Geneen Meyers
  34. Lazy Dog Days, elizabeth benitez
  35. Summer Oh Summer, Bianca Mckay
  36. The Mermaid, Clemens Esterel
  37. **Rain in Summer Time, Catrina Heart
  38. Last Days of Summer, Ellen Ni Bheachain
  39. Summer's Rain, Lubna Hazeem
  40. Farewell To Summer, Joseph T. Renaldi
  41. my summer, jencelyn marin
  42. a memory of a red strawberry, RIC S. BASTASA
  43. Summer Chimes and Summer Wines, Ellen Ni Bheachain
  44. Summer Chance, Ellen Ni Bheachain
  45. SUMMERS LOVE, Gordon Jerome
  46. Collected Verses On Summer, Indira Renganathan
  47. Beside The Idle Summer Sea, William Ernest Henley
  48. Imaginary Summer, Henry Marthinus Ohello
  49. My Summer Love, One Self
  50. Summer time, Paul Prescott
  51. Summer, freddy roach
  52. ' Summer Light... ', MoonBee Canady
  54. Summer Breeze, Jerod Hairston
  55. In the summer heat, George Tzouvaras
  56. Summer, Fitzisaac Maliya
  57. summer can be fun, kirsty coleman
  58. SUMMER, Mittur Ramprasad
  59. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! A moment in time! ! ! ! .., Mamta Agarwal
  60. summer, tenneh passawe
  61. summer song, Alice Anne Gordon
  62. Summer senses, I Am Rebel
  63. Summer Love, Leah Harlow
  64. Summer Is, ChaCha Poet
  65. summer dream, Timothy Honeycutt
  66. summer may, erika maple
  67. Summer, Roshaun Beasley
  68. Summer of Love/Winter of Hate, Savannah Moe
  69. Summer, nnn lll
  70. Summer time to have fun, Kristina Riggs
  72. Summer Time Blues, Edward Kofi Louis
  73. u mess up the summer, moriah puriefoy
  74. Summer's Coming, Sophie Shaw
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