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Poem by John Bannister Tabb

Indian Summer

NO more the battle or the chase
   The phantom tribes pursue,
But each in its accustomed place
   The Autumn hails anew:
And still from solemn councils set
   On every hill and plain,
The smoke of many a calumet*
   Ascends to heaven again.

* [Amer. indian peace pipe]

John Bannister Tabb

John Bannister Tabb's other poems:
  1. Hare-Bells
  2. Deflowered
  3. Evolution
  4. Consecration
  5. Transmission

Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Hamlin Garland Indian Summer ("AT last there came")
  • Lydia Sigourney Indian Summer ("WHEN was the redman's summer?")
  • Sara Teasdale Indian Summer ("LYRIC night of the lingering Indian summer")

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