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A Farm House By The River

Rating: 2.9

I know a little country place
Where still my heart doth linger,
And o'er its fields is every grace
Lined out by memory's finger.
Back from the lane where poplars grew
And aspens quake and quiver,
There stands all bath'd in summer's glow
A farm house by the river.

Its eaves are touched with golden light

So sweetly, softly shining,
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Lovely poem. One can actually draw the farm house by the river from the description. Like the way he ascribes finger to memory in line 4: “Lined out by memory’s finger.”

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Gary Borck 04 October 2018

I don't know why this poem is not classed among one of Paul's best poems. it's a wonderful poem. Paul was a true poet in every sense.

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