William Wilfred Campbell

William Wilfred Campbell
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The Winter Lakes

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Out in a world of death far to the northward lying,
Under the sun and the moon, under the dusk and the day;
Under the glimmer of stars and the purple of sunsets dying,
Wan and waste and white, stretch the great lakes away.

Never a bud of spring, never a laugh of summer,
Never a dream of love, never a song of bird;
But only the silence and white, the shores that grow chiller and dumber,
Wherever the ice winds sob, and the griefs of winter are heard.
Crags that are black and wet out of the grey lake looming,
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Sruthi 07 January 2019
We need the summary
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David 06 August 2018
summary please
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fahira nazeer 02 March 2018
summary of the poem. please
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fahira nazeer 02 March 2018
what are the figures of language in the poem 'the winter lakes'
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