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Richard Henry Stoddard (Ричард Генри Стоддард)


Summer and Autumn


THE hot mid-summer, the bright mid-summer
Reigns in its glory now:
The earth is scorched with a golden fire,
There are berries, dead-ripe, on every brier,
And fruits on every bough.

But the autumn days, so sober and calm,
Steeped in a dreamy haze,
When the uplands all with harvests shine,
And we drink the wind like a fine cool wine--
Ah, those are the best of days!



Richard Henry Stoddard's other poems:
  1. The Moon on the Spire
  2. The Grape Gatherer
  3. In the Harem
  4. To Edmund Clarence Stedman
  5. How are Songs Begot and Bred?


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