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The Wind - Poem by Eugene Field
Cometh the Wind from the garden, fragrant and full of sweet singing--
Under my tree where I sit cometh the Wind to confession.
"Out in the garden abides the Queen of the beautiful Roses--
Her do I love and to-night wooed her with passionate singing;
Told I my love in those songs, and answer she gave in her blushes--
She shall be bride of the Wind, and she is the Queen of the Roses!"
"Wind, there is spice in thy breath; thy rapture hath fragrance Sabaean!"
"Straight from my wooing I come--my lips are bedewed with her kisses--
My lips and my song and my heart are drunk with the rapture of loving!"
The Wind he loveth the red, red Rose,
And he wooeth his love to wed:
Sweet is his song
The Summer long
As he kisseth her lips so red;
And he recketh naught of the ruin wrought
When the Summer of love is sped!
(AGAIN THE TALE)
Cometh the Wind from the garden, bitter with sorrow of winter.
"Wind, is thy love-song forgot? Wherefore thy dread lamentations?"
Sigheth and moaneth the Wind: "Out of the desolate garden
Come I from vigils with ghosts over the grave of the Summer!"
"Thy breath that was fragrant anon with rapture of music and loving,
It grieveth all things with its sting and the frost of its wailing
The Wind maketh ever more moan and ever it giveth this answer:
"My heart it is numb with the cold of the love that was born of the
I come from the garden all white with the wrath and the sorrow of Winter;
I have kissed the low, desolate tomb where my bride in her loveliness
And the voice of the ghost in my heart is the voice that forever
(AGAIN THE SONG)
The Wind he waileth the red, red Rose
When the Summer of love is sped--
He waileth above
His lifeless love
With her shroud of snow o'erspread--
Crieth such things as a true heart brings
To the grave of its precious dead.
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Poems About Wind
- 51. The Wind , Eugene Field
- 52. The North Wind , Anne Brontë
- 53. Hark To The Shouting Wind , Henry Timrod
- 54. The Wind-Child , Enid Derham
- 55. Whingeing In The Wind , Michael Shepherd
- 56. Retreating Wind , Louise Gluck
- 57. The Wind , Sara Teasdale
- 58. There Came A Wind Like A Bugle , Emily Dickinson
- 59. ! The Kite The Wind Took As If A Poem , Michael Shepherd
- 60. Said The West Wind , Isabella Valancy Crawford
- 61. Spring Wind In London , Katherine Mansfield
- 62. (d) 5 (Nature) The Wind Is Trying To T.. , Renu Rakheja a.k.a Tranquil ..
- 63. The Sea Wind , Sara Teasdale
- 64. The Wind Tapped Like A Tired Man, , Emily Dickinson
- 65. Confetti In The Wind , Robert William Service
- 66. There Is A Solemn Wind Tonight , Katherine Mansfield
- 67. 0412 The Wind And The Tree , Michael Shepherd
- 68. Westron Wind, When Wilt Thou Blow? , Anonymous Americas
- 69. ! What A Wild Wind Today , Michael Shepherd
- 70. Wind , Barbara Attaway
- 71. Modern Love Xliii: Mark Where The Pressi.. , George Meredith
- 72. Wind , >Starr Williams<
- 73. Dance Of The Wind , Scarlett Treat
- 74. Western Wind , Anonymous Works
- 75. Tomorrow's Wind , Yevgeny Yevtushenko
- 76. Pieces Of Me Soon To Fly Free In The Wind , Scarlet .....
- 77. The Wind Begun To Rock The Grass , Emily Dickinson
- 78. *one Breath Against The Wind , Gary Bryson
- 79. "Mister Wind" , Kelvin Broadwater
- 80. Carrier Bag In The Wind , Dan Brown
- 81. When The Grain Is Golden And The Wind Is.. , Nick Carbo
- 82. The Wind Begun To Knead The Grass , Emily Dickinson
- 83. Angel Of The Wind , Barry Van Allen
- 84. The Wind Didn'T Come From The Orchard—to.. , Emily Dickinson
- 85. Weight Of The Wind , Mathew Welch
- 86. (b) 5 (Pain/Longing) Goodbye....And Le.. , Renu Rakheja a.k.a Tranquil ..
- 87. The Moon, The Sun, The Sea, The Rain, An.. , Not Long Left
- 88. As Wings On Wind , David Zvekic
- 89. Wind ~ ~ ~ , Tara Crown
- 90. The Wind Whispers , Alfredo Jacques
- 91. To The Western Wind , Robert Herrick
- 92. Restless Wind , Linda Ori
- 93. As I Am The Candle In The Wind , Dr subhendu kar
- 94. The Wind Was There , Bravig Imbs
- 95. Why Moan, Why Wail You, Wind Of Night , Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
- 96. The Dawn Wind , Rudyard Kipling
- 97. A Wind Of Silence Is A Wind Of Violence , Elisabeth Karlberg
- 98. (a) 54(Love/Passion) O, Caressing Wind , Renu Rakheja a.k.a Tranquil ..
- 99. Wind O' The Autumn , Will. H. Ogilvie
- 100. The Missing Wind , prasanna kumari
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