Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth

(1893_1986 / Buffalo, New York)

Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth Poems

1. Circe 6/15/2015
2. Wise Sarah and the Elf 11/16/2015
3. On a Night of Snow 11/16/2015
4. Fly Low, Vermilion Dragon 8/3/2016
5. Mount Auburn 9/7/2016
6. Nirvana 9/7/2016
7. Rebellion 9/7/2016
8. Sky Lotus 9/7/2016
9. Spring in China 9/7/2016
10. Light of Love 9/7/2016
11. Love Tower 9/7/2016
12. The Ghouls 9/7/2016
13. The Bad Kittens 9/7/2016
14. I Like to See a Thunderstorm 9/7/2016
15. Rain Poem 9/7/2016
16. Summer Rain 9/7/2016
17. Swift Things are Beautiful 9/7/2016

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Best Poem of Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth

Swift Things are Beautiful

Swift things are beautiful:
Swallows and deer,
And lightening that falls
Bright-veined and clear,
Rivers and meteors,
Wind in the wheat,
The strong-withered horse,
The runner's sure feet.

And slow things are beautiful:
The closing of day,
The pause of the wave
That curves downward to spray,
The ember that crumbles,
The opening flower,
And the ox that moves on
In the quiet of power.

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On a Night of Snow

Cat, if you go outdoors, you must walk in the snow.
You will come back with little white shoes on your feet,
little white shoes of snow that have heels of sleet.
Stay by the fire, my Cat. Lie still, do not go.
See how the flames are leaping and hissing low,
I will bring you a saucer of milk like a marguerite,
so white and so smooth, so spherical and so sweet —
stay with me, Cat. Outdoors the wild winds blow.

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