Alice Cary Poems
- Autumn Shorter and shorter now the twilight clips The days, ...
- Among The Beautiful Pictures Among the beautiful ...
- The Bridal Veil WE'RE married, they say, and you think you ...
- The Murderess ALONG the still cold plain o'erhead, In pale ...
- A Dream I dreamed I had a plot of ground, Once when I ...
- In The Sugar Camp Upon the silver beeches moss Was drawing ...
- Lily Lee I did love thee, Lily Lee, As the petrel loves the ...
Alice Cary (April 26, 1820 – February 12, 1871) was an American poet, and the sister of fellow poet Phoebe Cary (1824–1871)
Alice Cary was born on April 26, 1820, in Mount Healthy, Ohio near Cincinnati. Her parents lived on a farm bought by Robert Cary in 1813 in what is now North College Hill, Ohio. He called the 27 acres Clovernook Farm. The farm was 10 miles north of Cincinnati, a ... more »
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Shorter and shorter now the twilight clips
The days, as through the sunset gates they crowd,
And Summer from her golden collar slips
And strays through stubble-fields, and moans aloud,
Save when by fits the warmer air deceives,
And, stealing hopeful to some sheltered bower,
She lies on pillows of the yellow leaves,
And tries the old tunes over for an hour.
The wind, whose tender whisper in the May
Set all the young blooms listening through th'grove,
Sits rustling in the faded boughs to-day
And makes his cold and unsuccessful love.
The rose has...