James Phillip Mcauley Vision Poems

  • 1.
    A ray of light, to an oblique observer,
    Remains invisible in pure dry air;
    But shone into a turbid element
    It throws distracting side-gleams everywhere
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  • 2.
    I had often, cowled in the slumbrous heavy air,
    Closed my inanimate lids to find it real,
    As I knew it would be, the colourful spires
    And painted roofs, the high snows glimpsed at the back
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Total 2 Vision Poems by James Phillip Mcauley

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How slow the Wind'
 by Emily Dickinson

1571

How slow the Wind-
how slow the sea-
how late their Fathers be!



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