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Evening

Rating: 4.2
Still, my heart, now sets the sun,
While the moor is resting,
Herds now homeward are begun,
And the stork is nesting.
Still, my heart, now sets the sun.

O’er the moor-path silence falls
As on roads so winding.
A late bumblebee is all
Keenest ears are finding.
Still, my heart, now sets the sun.
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Edward Kofi Louis 18 August 2015
Catch the sunset's homing with the muse of life. Nice work.
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Christopher Gist 18 August 2015
This makes my nerves tingle with the descriptive words!
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Kim Barney 18 August 2015
Such a relaxing poem. Although written in slightly archaic fashion, it's very pleasing even in our day and age.
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Ramesh T A 18 August 2015
Enjoying the fun of all being in Nature at sunset is really softening heart and mind reading this poem!
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Ramesh T A 18 August 2015
Nice to enjoy time in Nature according to the poet is making one to have vicarious pleasure with him there!
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Ramesh T A 18 August 2015
Nature simply binds one by its spell unique in this poem!
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The refrain is facinating, alliteration is amazing and; last used simile pond like tiny stars cool. overall a good piece of evenfall.
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