William Cosmo Monkhouse Earth Poems

  • 1.
    WHO remains in London,
    In the streets with me,
    Now that Spring is blowing
    Warm winds from the sea;
    ...
  • 2.
    PLAY me a march, low-tonâ??d and slowâ??a march for a silent tread,
    Fit for the wandering feet of one who dreams of the silent dead,
    Lonely, between the bones below and the souls that are overhead.

    ...
  • 3.
    HOW slowly creeps the hand of Time
    On the old clockâ??s green-mantled face!
    Yea, slowly as those ivies climb,
    The hours roll round with patient pace;
    ...
  • 4.
    THERE is a singing in the summer air,
    The blue and brown moths flutter oâ??er the grass,
    The stubble bird is creaking in the wheat,
    And perchâ??d upon the honeysuckle-hedge
    ...
  • 5.
    NOW, sitting by her side, worn out with weeping,
    Behold, I fell to sleep, and had a vision,
    Wherein I heard a wondrous Voice intoning:

    ...
  • 6.
    â??T WAS the body of Judas Iscariot
    Lay in the Field of Blood;
    â??T was the soul of Judas Iscariot
    Beside the body stood.
    ...
Total 6 Earth Poems by William Cosmo Monkhouse

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