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Poem by Mathilde Blind
Sun-Tanned men and women, toiling there together; Seven I count in all, in yon field of wheat, Where the rich ripe ears in the harvest weather Glow an orange gold through the sweltering heat. Busy life is still, sunk in brooding leisure: Birds have hushed their singing in the hushed tree tops; Not a single cloud mars the flawless azure; Not a shadow moves o'er the moveless crops; In the grassy shallows, that no breath is creasing, Chestnut-coloured cows in the rushes dank Stand like cows of bronze, save when they flick the teasing Flies with switch of tail from each quivering flank. Nature takes a rest-even her bees are sleeping, And the silent wood seems a church that's shut; But these human creatures cease not from their reaping While the corn stands high, waiting to be cut.
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