Robert Laurence Binyon
I Am Here, And You - Poem by Robert Laurence Binyon
I am here, and you;
The sun blesses us through
Leaves made of light.
The air is in your hair;
You hold a flower.
O worlds, that roll through night,
O Time, O terrible year,
Where surges of fury and fear
Rave, to us you gave
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