eBook Encore! Encore! : (poetry) (Allegheny Press poetry series ; no. 5) download
Publisher: Allegheny Press (1976)
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Categories: encore, journey, life, love, Form: Rhyme.
Faire fondre la neige dans les bois, vale et la ville - encore Everlasting sur le pentacle de hautes montagnes.
Angels with torches lighting my way down grand, windowed hallways I'll walk down one day. With framed, pictured memories highlighting my past. Faire fondre la neige dans les bois, vale et la ville - encore Everlasting sur le pentacle de hautes montagnes. Printemps - aube d’une nouvelle saison. L’hiver est une brise froide maintenant Attend le dormant.
He had no clue why, except that it was just about all he’d done since his arrival at the hotel two hours ago and now the action had become involuntary, like breathing. Kieran’s plane was safely on the ground, and Kieran himself was in a taxi, on his way to the hotel. It wouldn’t be long now and Kieran would be in his arms. Maybe for the last time. Don’t think about that.
From nearly 8,000 submissions representing 43 states, Canada, and the United Kingdom, these winning poems provide a diverse collection with challenging poetic forms and subjects.