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2020.05.02 19:10

Proem by Madison Cawein.

From “Myth and Romance”

THERE is no

rhyme that is half so sweet
As the song of the wind in the rippling wheat;
There is no metre that ’s half so fine
As the lilt of the brook under rock and vine;
And the loveliest lyric I ever heard
Was the wildwood strain of a forest bird.—
If the wind and the brook and the bird would teach
My heart their beautiful parts of speech,
And the natural art that they say these with,
My soul would sing of beauty and myth
In a rhyme and a metre that none before
Have sung in their love, or dreamed in their lore,
And the world would be richer one poet the more.
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  • lily 2020.05.02 19:59

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    Woow, the magic is created when poem and nature are collecting together, what a magical poem
  • allzwell 2020.05.02 20:15

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    Please correct me 😊
  • May星空 2020.05.03 05:04

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    🍀
  • Irina 2020.05.18 16:12

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    😍 Perfect. You do magic with poems. Your choice is great.
  • Irina 2020.05.18 16:14

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    That's what I feel about nature.
  • Shamus 2020.05.18 16:17

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    @Irina Really the magic is in the words already! I am just glad to help everyone see that a little clearer.
  • Irina 2020.05.18 16:19

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    @Shamus I have already listened to your reading three times. Beautiful it is! You know how to read poems. It's your talent.

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