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Poem by Arthur William Symons


Autumn Twilight


The long September evening dies
In mist along the fields and lanes;
Only a few faint stars surprise
The lingering twilight as it wanes.

Night creeps across the darkening vale;
On the horizon tree by tree
Fades into shadowy skies as pale
As moonlight on a shadowy sea.

And, down the mist-enfolded lanes,
Grown pensive now with evening,
See, lingering as the twilight wanes,
Lover with lover wandering. 



Arthur William Symons

Poem Theme: Autumn

Arthur William Symons's other poems:
  1. Serata Di Fiesta
  2. Montserrat
  3. Of Charity
  4. Benedictine
  5. On the Stage


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