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Poem by Madison Julius Cawein


At Sunset


Into the sunset's turquoise marge
The moon dips, like a pearly barge
Enchantment sails through magic seas
To faeryland Hesperides,
Over the hills and away.

Into the fields, in ghost-gray gown,
The young-eyed Dusk comes slowly down;
Her apron filled with stars she stands,
And one or two slip from her hands
Over the hills and away.

Above the wood's black caldron bends
The witch-faced Night and, muttering, blends
The dew and heat, whose bubbles make
The mist and musk that haunt the brake
Over the hills and away.

Oh, come with me, and let us go
Beyond the sunset lying low;
Beyond the twilight and the night,
Into Love's kingdom of long light,
Over the hills and away.



Madison Julius Cawein


Madison Julius Cawein's other poems:
  1. Here Is the Place Where Loveliness Keeps House
  2. The Battle
  3. The Ribbon
  4. The Unattainable
  5. The Coward


Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Emily Johnson At Sunset ("To-night the west o'er-brims with warmest dyes")
  • Ella Wilcox At Sunset ("I sit at my cottage window") 1869

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