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On that long day when England held her breath,
Suddenly gripped at heart
And called to choose her part
The brown strength of roots
and the decadence of ripeness
fall full against the golden arms
that strain to hold the southing sun
September sings the most
beautiful song of a festive
For my wife
On our forthcoming 37th Wedding Anniversary on the 12th of September.
With the summer closing fast upon us,
At least let me now deceive myself with illusions
so as not to feel my empty life.
And yet I came so close so many times.
And yet how paralyzed I was, how cowardly;
why did I keep my lips sealed
while my empty life wept inside me,
my desires wore robes of mourning?
SPRING scarce had greener fields to show than these
Of mid September; through the still warm noon
The rivulets ripple forth a gladder tune
Than ever in the summer; from the trees
The river is brown-hued, wide.
In its shallows small black fish appear,
1.THE SMILE OF A MOTHER
Her smile begins in the heart like a seed sprouting
And then it creeps into the mouth and blooms like a flower
The sun does not seem to get discouraged,
it has risen and set more than 2,000 times
since that day the world we knew ended,