Daily Archives: August 2, 2016

Poem – Crows

THEN, suddenly, I was aware indeed Of  what he said, and was revolving it: How, in the night, crows often take to wing, Rising from off the tree-tops in Drumbarr, And flying on: I pictured what he told. The crows … Continue reading

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Poem – Crane

I KNOW you, Crane: I, too, have waited, Waited until my heart Melted to little pools around my feet! Comer in the morning ere the crows, Shunner, Searcher Something find for me! The pennies that were laid upon the eyes … Continue reading

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