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Thomas Hardy (Томас Харди)


A Bird-Scene at a Rural Dwelling


When the inmate stirs, the birds retire discreetly
From the window-ledge, whereon they whistled sweetly
And on the step of the door,
In the misty morning hoar;
But now the dweller is up they flee
To the crooked neighbouring codlin-tree;
And when he comes fully forth they seek the garden,
And call from the lofty costard, as pleading pardon
For shouting so near before
In their joy at being alive: –
Meanwhile the hammering clock within goes five.

I know a domicile of brown and green,
Where for a hundred summers there have been
Just such enactments, just such daybreaks seen.



Thomas Hardy's other poems:
  1. The Monument-Maker
  2. Last Week in October
  3. Come Not; Yet Come!
  4. An East-End Curate
  5. The Coronation


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