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The Noon Of The Seasons
Now comes the Seasons' high and ardent noon,
Fulfillment of Spring's youthful prophecy,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
'Not Altogether Sleep'
Blithe love, what dubious ponderings bemuse
Thy lover's mind! . . . In me thy memories are
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
Love's Reprise, Comments From Antiquity
On the staves I am trapped
in love's reprise; in the pauses
Captain Cur poet by Captain Cur
on 4/18/2014
Miserly thought
Miserly thought why do you
Wish rise to so immense a height
Tiku akp poet by Tiku akp
on 4/18/2014
Morning In The Tavern
The messenger took up the cup, quaffed the wine,
and called for more.
Daniel Brick poet by Daniel Brick
on 4/18/2014
Not Theirs The Cypress-Arch
Dream not the dead will wait,
Slow-crumbling in the allotted ground,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
November
Unshaken still, through wind and rain,
Red autumn rears her blazonry.
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
November Twilight
November's winy sunset leaves,
Deep in the silver heavens far,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
He is...
He is the coiled strength of each fibre of muscle
He is the lurid tableau of colours that shine from supernovae
Madison Porter poet by Madison Porter
on 4/18/2014
Nuns Walking In The Orchard
Sable-robed, at noon,
They passed beneath red cherries
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
False Fear
False fear,
We are, see,
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 4/18/2014
Release
Dip the pen
Prepare to create
Trystyn Jones poet by Trystyn Jones
on 4/18/2014
Nyctalops
Ye that see in darkness
When the moon is drowned
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
Nightfall
Low on the lilac breast of eve
The yellow rose of sunset lies...
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
مفتاح الباب الشرقي
الأمّ البيضاء الملتفة بعباءتها البيضاء
(الواقفة في سرة ( حديقة الأمة
عبد الرزاق الربيعي poet by عبد الرزاق الربيعي
on 4/18/2014
Nightmare
As though a thousand vampires, from the day
Fleeing unseen, oppressed that nightly deep,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
Nightmare Of The Lilliputian
I was a midge
With broken wing,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
The Nightmare Tarn
I sat beside the moonless tarn alone,
In darkness where a mumbling air was blown—
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
Nirvana
Poised as a god whose lone, detachèd post,
A eyrie, pends between the boundary-marks
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
قلوبنا وصلت شكرا لساعي البريد
قلوبنا التي وصلت
وصلت مبللة
عبد الرزاق الربيعي poet by عبد الرزاق الربيعي
on 4/18/2014
The Harvester of Souls
As your evanescent life pours from your writhing body
As light drips from your curled fingers and is superseded
Madison Porter poet by Madison Porter
on 4/18/2014
'No more the pine'
No more the pine shall tower high,
A spire of green, against the sky,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
No Stranger Dream
One rapid gesture of a supple arm
Has made your beauty strange and fabulous:
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
Nocturnal Pines
From my door the pines,
To Polaris pointing,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
Nocturne
A silver sleep is on the vale;
The breathless pines are pale,
Clark Ashton Smith poet by Clark Ashton Smith
on 4/18/2014
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