Tag: transience

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by G. S. Fraser
The traveller has regrets / For the receding shore / That with its many nets / Has caught, not to restore, / The white lights...
by Gael Turnbull
As by barren trackway / on a mountain crest / with view of scree and corrie, / ridge and col, / a traveller might pause, / take bearings, cast / in...
by Kathleen Jamie
There’s this life and no hereafter – / I’m sure of that / but still...
by William Butler Yeats
The trees are in their autumn beauty, / The woodland paths are dry, / Under the October twilight the water ...
by JL Williams
Her watch is posted from the south. / Its black box ticks the whole way. / / The accident happens, the funeral. / The flowers fade. / / Grain in...
by Jean Atkin
Outside under / this field of stars / in a frost that...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
As from the house your mother sees / You playing round the garden trees, / So you may see, if you will look / Through the...
by Sheenagh Pugh
Across the bay, they’re building a house / with a glass wall, panes all the way up / / into the gable, windows that wrap / around...
by Chrys Salt
As spiders haul their thread from stem / to stem to weave the light, what do they care / if all that skilful labour’s...
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...
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