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Poem by William Morris


Summer


Summer looked for long am I:
Much shall change or e'er I die.
Prithee take it not amiss
Though I weary thee with bliss.



William Morris

Poem Theme: Summer

William Morris's other poems:
  1. Another For The Briar-Rose
  2. The Son's Sorrow
  3. Pray But One Prayer For Us
  4. The Two Sides Of The River
  5. From the Upland to the Sea


Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Alexander Pope Summer ("See what delights in sylvan scenes appear!")
  • Samuel Johnson Summer ("O Phoebus! down the western sky")
  • John Clare Summer ("Come we to the summer, to the summer we will come")
  • James Thomson Summer ("Now swarms the village o'er the jovial mead")
  • Robert Anderson Summer ("Now the gay smiles of Summer enliven each scene")
  • Madison Cawein Summer ("Now Lucifer ignites her taper bright")
  • Amy Lowell Summer ("Some men there are who find in nature all")
  • John Lapraik Summer ("THOU joyful, pleasant Season, hail!")
  • Laura Temple Summer ("Fair Nature looks jocund, her features are gay")

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