William Daryl Hine
William Daryl Hine Poems
|1.||A Thousand Words||8/20/2014|
|2.||Don Juan In Amsterdam||8/20/2014|
|5.||On This Rock||8/20/2014|
|7.||The Copper Beech||8/20/2014|
|9.||The Marché Aux Puces And The Jardin Des Plantes||8/20/2014|
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Echo that loved hid within a wood
Would to herself rehearse her weary woe:
O, she cried, and all the rest unsaid
Identical came back in sorry echo.
Echo for the fix that she was in
Invisible, distraught by mocking passion,
Passionate, ignored, as good as dumb,
Employed that O unchanged in repetition.
Shun love if you suspect that he shuns you,
Use with him no reproaches whatsoever.
Ever you knew, supposing him to know
No melody from which you might recover-
Cover your ears, dear Echo, do not hear.
Here is no ...