Daily Archives: July 17, 2015

Poem – My World is Pyramid – Dylan Thomas

I  Half of the fellow father as he doubles  His sea-sucked Adam in the hollow hulk,  Half of the fellow mother as she dabbles  To-morrow’s diver in her horny milk,  Bisected shadows on the thunder’s bone  Bolt for the salt … Continue reading

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Poem – A Winter’s Tale – Dylan Thomas

It is a winter’s tale  That the snow blind twilight ferries over the lakes  And floating fields from the farm in the cup of the vales, Gliding windless through the hand folded flakes,  The pale breath of cattle at the … Continue reading

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Poem – Clown in the Moon – Dylan Thomas

My tears are like the quiet drift Of petals from some magic rose;  And all my grief flows from the rift  Of unremembered skies and snows.  I think, that if I touched the earth,  It would crumble;  It is so sad … Continue reading

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