William Allingham
Donegal / Ireland
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An Evening

Rating: 3.0
A sunset's mounded cloud;
A diamond evening-star;
Sad blue hills afar;
Love in his shroud.

Scarcely a tear to shed;
Hardly a word to say;
The end of a summer day;
Sweet Love dead.
Robert Murray Smith 24 July 2018
This poet is an exemplar for economy of words. I salute him.
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Anil Kumar Panda 24 July 2018
'The end of a summer day; Sweet Love dead. '..is really sad. Very nice poem indeed.
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Edward Kofi Louis 24 July 2018
Sad blue hills! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Goodness 24 July 2018
A diamond evening Star, sad blues hills afar. Suggests, an unforgettable dazzling event. That's echo's the sounds of joy and laughter.
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Glen Kappy 24 July 2018
sunset's mounded cloud and diamond evening-star are both descriptive and satisfying as poetry. a fan of brevity, i like that about this poem. the last line lands on me with a thud and makes me appreciate the poem even more for the mystery it leaves me with, the wondering about what caused him to feel and write this. -gk
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Dr Antony Theodore 24 July 2018
Love in his shroud; Sweet Love dead. Very fine poem.. tony
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Adrian Flett 24 July 2018
The loss of love, so sad. 'Love in his shroud.'
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Chandan Dey 24 July 2018
It's a very good imaginative poem. The nice description of sunset-evening and the melancholic tune together move the readers. Chandan
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Ojok Isaac 24 July 2018
Nice Expression that gives wonderful imagination
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Mahtab Bangalee 24 July 2018
Oh! at end of summer day all stay on plain nails and the mad stormy wind wipe away clearly- Scarcely a tear to shed; Hardly a word to say; excellent expression
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