William Sydney Graham
William Sydney Graham Poems
- I Leave This at Your Ear For Nessie Dunsmuir I leave this ...
- The Found Picture 1 Flame and the garden we are together ...
- Definition Of My Brother Each other we meet but live grief ...
- To Alexander Graham Lying asleep walking Last night I met ...
- Poem O gentle queen of the afternoon Wave the last orient of...
- Gigha That firewood pale with salt and burning ...
- Night's Fall Night's fall unlocks the dirge of the sea To ...
William Sydney Graham (19 November 1918 – 9 January 1986) was a Scottish poet who is often associated with Dylan Thomas and the neo-romantic group of poets. Graham's poetry was mostly overlooked in his lifetime but, partly due to the support of Harold Pinter, his work has enjoyed a revival in recent years.
Graham was born in Greenock. In 1932, he left school to become an apprentice ... more »
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Night's fall unlocks the dirge of the sea
To pour up from the shore and befriending
Gestures of water waving, to find me
Dressed warm in a coat of land in a house
Held off the drowned by my blood's race
Over the crops of my step to meet some praise.
The surge by day by night turns lament
And by this night falls round the surrounding
Seaside and countryside and I can't
Sleep one word away on my own for that
Grief sea with a purse of pearls and debt
Wading the land away with salt in his throat.
By this loud night traded into evidence
Of a dark ...