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A Process In The Weather Of The Heart - Poem by Dylan Thomas

A process in the weather of the heart
Turns damp to dry; the golden shot
Storms in the freezing tomb.
A weather in the quarter of the veins
Turns night to day; blood in their suns
Lights up the living worm.

A process in the eye forwarns
The bones of blindness; and the womb
Drives in a death as life leaks out.

A darkness in the weather of the eye
Is half its light; the fathomed sea
Breaks on unangled land.
The seed that makes a forest of the loin
Forks half its fruit; and half drops down,
Slow in a sleeping wind.

A weather in the flesh and bone
Is damp and dry; the quick and dead
Move like two ghosts before the eye.

A process in the weather of the world
Turns ghost to ghost; each mothered child
Sits in their double shade.
A process blows the moon into the sun,
Pulls down the shabby curtains of the skin;
And the heart gives up its dead.

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  • Robert OM 6/25/2020 12:45:00 PM

    This poem from18Poems(1934) is a type of ontological weather report, as the poet references a flow of metaphorical weather patterns - 'weather of the heart'; 'weather on the eye'; 'weather in the flesh and bone'; 'weather of the world" - as our lives are as unpredictable as these weather patterns. Reply

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  • your name 4/21/2020 4:42:00 AM

    disliked it because it kept reapeating words but it was quite good over all not a big fan though Reply

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  • Rebekah 4/20/2018 12:50:00 PM

    it keeps on repeating the same words over and over again Reply

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  • Kshirod Kumar Dehury 12/4/2017 7:11:00 AM

    i like this poem, thanks for sharing.10++++ Reply

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  • Walterrean Salley 11/29/2016 4:49:00 PM

    Need a little time to sort this one out. Reply

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  • Susan Williams 12/23/2015 2:47:00 PM

    I love how he strings his words: A process in the weather of the world
    Turns ghost to ghost; each mothered child
    Sits in their double shade.
    A process blows the moon into the sun,
    Pulls down the shabby curtains of the skin;
    And the heart gives up its dead.
    Reply

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  • Brian Jani 4/26/2014 1:19:00 AM

    Awesome I like this poem, check mine oit Reply

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  • Kevin Straw 4/18/2012 1:53:00 PM

    A concatenation of high-sounding and meaningless phrases. If Thomas had routed his poetry though his brain he would have been a much better poet. Reply

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  • Jacqui Thewless 8/28/2011 4:19:00 AM

    See my 'Poem For Jimmy'. Reply

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Weather Poems
  1. 1. A Process In The Weather Of The Heart
    Dylan Thomas
  2. 2. Weather
    Ambrose Bierce
  3. 3. Fair Weather
    Dorothy Parker
  4. 4. October's Bright Blue Weather
    Helen Hunt Jackson
  5. 5. Weather
    Eve Merriam
  6. 6. A Song Of Winter Weather
    Robert William Service
  7. 7. Sudden Fine Weather
    James Henry Leigh Hunt
  8. 8. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ..
    Dónall Dempsey
  9. 9. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ..
    Dónall Dempsey
  10. 10. Gray Weather
    Robinson Jeffers
  11. 11. Sorley’s Weather
    Robert Graves
  12. 12. Chicago Weather
    Eugene Field
  13. 13. Bleak Weather
    Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  14. 14. Weather
    Marchette Chute
  15. 15. Ballade Made In The Hot Weather
    William Ernest Henley
  16. 16. Modern Love Xxiii: 'Tis Christmas Weather
    George Meredith
  17. 17. ' Weather Wars '
    Ray Lucero
  18. 18. What Weather
    Angela Fletcher
  19. 19. I Grew. Foul Weather, Dreams, Foreboding..
    Boris Pasternak
  20. 20. Whether The Weather Be Fine
    Anonymous British
  21. 21. Better Weather Here Than Somewhere Else
    Akara K.
  22. 22. Changing Weather
    jim foulk
  23. 23. (((Change In The Weather)))
    Theodora (Theo) Onken
  24. 24. Weather Forecast
    Pete Crowther
  25. 25. - The Weather Report: : Humour
    Alessandra Liverani
  26. 26. Weather Permitting
    Dennis O'Driscoll
  27. 27. On The Dark, Still, Dry Warm Weather
    Gilbert White
  28. 28. Weather Of The Soul
    Bliss William Carman
  29. 29. Hard Weather
    George Meredith
  30. 30. Something About The Weather
    Arsiema Berhane
  31. 31. Changing Weather
    Jasbir Chatterjee
  32. 32. Under The Weather
    Kyle Jones
  33. 33. Weather
    Herbert Nehrlich
  34. 34. Don'T Mention The Weather
    Pete Crowther
  35. 35. Whether The Weather...?
    Dónall Dempsey
  36. 36. Winter's Winsome Weather
    John Knight
  37. 37. Raining Ouside – Survival Weather
    Margaret Alice
  38. 38. Unsettled Weather.
    Fay Slimm
  39. 39. # # Weather Reports Always Fail - 3liner
    Samanyan Lakshminarayanan
  40. 40. On Change Of Weather
    Francis Quarles
  41. 41. Spring Weather
    Sally Plumb Plumb
  42. 42. Weather Report.
    Bernard Shaw
  43. 43. Six Weather Haiku
    George Hunter
  44. 44. A Romantic Weather
    Asif Andalib
  45. 45. At Sea I Learned The Weather
    Harry Kemp
  46. 46. Good Canadian Weather
    Kevin Patrick
  47. 47. And Now...For The Weather!
    Dónall Dempsey
  48. 48. Stormy Weather
    Allen Steble
  49. 49. The Weather Is Perfect for Running
    Kenn Nesbitt
  50. 50. On Seeing Weather Beaten Trees
    Adelaide Crapsey

Weather Poems

  1. Weather

    Once I dipt into the future far as human eye could see, And I saw the Chief Forecaster, dead as any one can be-- Dead and damned and shut in Hades as a liar from his birth, With a record of unreason seldome paralleled on earth. While I looked he reared him solemnly, that incandescent youth, From the coals that he'd preferred to the advantages of truth. He cast his eyes about him and above him; then he wrote On a slab of thin asbestos what I venture here to quote-- For I read it in the rose-light of the everlasting glow: 'Cloudy; variable winds, with local showers; cooler; snow.'

  2. October's Bright Blue Weather

    O suns and skies and clouds of June, And flowers of June together, Ye cannot rival for one hour October's bright blue weather; When loud the bumblebee makes haste, Belated, thriftless vagrant, And goldenrod is dying fast, And lanes with grapes are fragrant; When gentians roll their fingers tight To save them for the morning, And chestnuts fall from satin burrs Without a sound of warning; When on the ground red apples lie In piles like jewels shining, And redder still on old stone walls Are leaves of woodbine twining; When all the lovely wayside things Their white-winged seeds are sowing, And in the fields still green and fair, Late aftermaths are growing; When springs run low, and on the brooks, In idle golden freighting, Bright leaves sink noiseless in the hush Of woods, for winter waiting; When comrades seek sweet country haunts, By twos and twos together, And count like misers, hour by hour, October's bright blue weather. O sun and skies and flowers of June, Count all your boasts together, Love loveth best of all the year October's bright blue weather.

  3. Fair Weather

    This level reach of blue is not my sea; Here are sweet waters, pretty in the sun, Whose quiet ripples meet obediently A marked and measured line, one after one. This is no sea of mine. that humbly laves Untroubled sands, spread glittering and warm. I have a need of wilder, crueler waves; They sicken of the calm, who knew the storm. So let a love beat over me again, Loosing its million desperate breakers wide; Sudden and terrible to rise and wane; Roaring the heavens apart; a reckless tide That casts upon the heart, as it recedes, Splinters and spars and dripping, salty weeds.

  4. Weather

    Dot a dot dot dot a dot dot Spotting the windowpane. Spack a spack speck flick a flack fleck Freckling the windowpane. A spatter a scatter a wet cat a clatter A splatter a rumble outside. Umbrella umbrella umbrella umbrella Bumbershoot barrel of rain. Slosh a galosh slosh a galosh Slither and slather a glide A puddle a jump a puddle a jump A puddle a jump puddle splosh A juddle a pump a luddle a dump A pudmuddle jump in and slide!