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John Drinkwater (Джон Дринквотер)


Reciprocity


I do not think that skies and meadows are
Moral, or that the fixture of a star
Comes of a quiet spirit, or that trees
Have wisdom in their windless silences.
Yet these are things invested in my mood
With constancy, and peace, and fortitude,
That in my troubled season I can cry
Upon the wide composure of the sky,
And envy fields, and wish that I might be
As little daunted as a star or tree.



John Drinkwater's other poems:
  1. The Carver in Stone
  2. Birthright
  3. Deer
  4. A Town Window


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