Tag: autumn

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by Kathleen Jamie
O whence the leaves / scuttering down Easter Road, / sycamore and rowan / desperate as refugees,...
by Niall O’Gallagher
Dhuilleag, dè an teachdaireachd / a th’ agad dhuinn an-diugh? / / ’S e gun tàinig...
by Emily Bronte
Fall, leaves, fall; die, flowers, away; / Lengthen night and shorten day; / Every leaf speaks bliss to me / Fluttering from the autumn tree.
by Ante Popovski
After Pradech / / The market had everything: / that Macedonian autumn / earth talked through mothers / standing over fruit / / cooling it with water / for the eyes of the customers, / caressing...
by Dorothy Lawrenson
This far north, the harvest happens late. / Rooks go clattering over the sycamores / whose shadows yawn after them, down to the river. / Uncut...
by Andrei Voznesensky
Moscow is milling with watermelons. / Everything breathes a boundless freedom. / And it blows with unbridled fierceness / from the breathless melonvendors. / / Stalls. Din. Girls’ headscarves. / They...
by Alison Fell
Just before winter / we see the trees show / their true colours: / the mad yellow of chestnuts / two maples like blood sisters / the orange beech / braver than...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Whenever the moon and stars are set, / Whenever the wind is high, / All night long in the dark...
by Gösta Ågren
Dagen är duvgrå och / stilla; den liknar / en själ. Rovfågelns klor / är matta som händer. / Hostloven faller / och djupnar till jord. / Försoning är nära.
by Sheena Blackhall
A Scots owersett o a Poem bi John Clare / / The kintra sleeps in haar frae morn till nicht; / An, gin the sun...
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