Hannah Smith

Hannah Smith Poems

1. Resurgence 12/16/2003
2. On An Untitled Sculpture 12/16/2003
3. In The Hospice 12/16/2003
4. Carol For Yule 12/16/2003
5. The Furnace 12/16/2003
6. Unfamiliar 12/16/2003
7. The Red House 12/16/2003
8. In The Museum 12/16/2003
9. Slug 12/16/2003
10. Popping Fuchsias 12/16/2003
11. Death Of A Mouse 12/16/2003
12. Spell 12/16/2003
13. Apple Tree 12/16/2003
14. Dover Beach Revisited 12/16/2003
15. Cliff 12/16/2003
16. Aging 12/16/2003

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Best Poem of Hannah Smith


Though I grow old,
(hair turning white) ,
stiff-boned and cold

I take delight
(though I grow old)
in all that's bright

and strong and bold
and praise the light,
though I grow old.

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Dover Beach Revisited

As shingle slides upon the shore
this gentle summer night, we stroll,
the great bear pointing to the pole
as if to prove what stars are for.

A far light winks once then is gone
as shingle slides upon the shore;
impermanence we know is law
and, hand in hand, we wander on

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