George Arnold Poems

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1.
Farewell To Summer

SUMMER is fading; the broad leaves that grew
So freshly green, when June was young, are falling;
And, all the whisper-haunted forest through,
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2.
Alone By The Hearth

Here, in my snug little fire-lit chamber,
Sit I alone:
And, as I gaze in the coals, I remember
Days long agone.
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3.
September

Sweet is the voice that calls
From babbling waterfalls
In meadows where the downy seeds are flying;
And soft the breezes blow
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4.
The Jolly Old Pedagogue

'Twas a jolly old pedagogue, long ago,
Tall and slender, and sallow and dry;
His form was bent, and his gait was slow,
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5.
Wool-Gathering

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A pleasant golden light fills all the chamber where I sit,
the amber curtains close are drawn, and shadows o’er then flit—
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6.
Beer

Here,
With my beer
I sit,
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7.
Introspection

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Have you sent her all her letters? have you given her back herring?
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8.
Love's Messengers

SUMMER Winds, whispering over the rye,
Kissing the roses and hurrying by,
Where have ye latest been, 0 where?
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9.
October

On hill and field October’s glories fade;
O’er hill and field the blackbirds southward fly;
The brown leaves rustle down tbe forest glade,
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10.
Recrimination

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The prime of summer is coming, and with it there comes, to-day,
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