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After A Tempest

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The day had been a day of wind and storm;--
The wind was laid, the storm was overpast,--
And stooping from the zenith, bright and warm
Shone the great sun on the wide earth at last.
I stood upon the upland slope and cast
My eye upon a broad and beauteous scene,
Where the vast plain lay girt by mountains vast,
And hills o'er hills lifted their heads of green,
With pleasant vales scooped out and villages between.
The rain-drops glistened on the trees around,
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Ratnakar Mandlik 05 February 2016
Mind blowing narration of the different manifestations of nature in a beautifully crafted nature poem. Thanks for sharing.
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M Asim Nehal 05 February 2016
Nor the black stake be dressed, nor in the sun The o'erlabored captive toil, and wish his life were done.
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