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  1577.     

Day And Day – New Summer

Day and day for the coming
As new summer comes along
Torches of tinctures strumming
In to its green freshness song
Where a darling's young in light
Of its beautiful spring blossom
And away is all winter's night
Where dark to the dark is from

Day and day in the evening
Reddish the clouds in drifting
Where birds upon a tree will sing
And the spirit of airs uplifting
And making the moments shine
With every loneliness going away
Longings in a faraway horizon line
When dark will meet its yellow lay

Days of each promises going
In to the high above beyond
With gold of the gold glowing
Like nowhere else is here found
Dancing of leaves in shadows
Drippy of dew drops one by one
Where moments in evening glows
And soon to the twilight is gone
 
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  1578.     

Day And Night Between

In a sparkle alphabet
And a wonderful way
Nothing to regret
For a single day
Ember of glisten shine
All to this here
Line to reflect line
Center to everywhere

In moving clouds by
Dreams are gathering
And open up the sky
In glow weathering
As blue becomes more
Shining to the night
And opens heaven’s door
For the sun bright

Earth becomes new
In whiteness seen
Wintry morning true
Day and night between
As snow is falling fast
Filling mountains dale
In hours layered frost
Of winters path detail
 
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  1579.     

Day And Night Each Of Two

Day and night come together in their stream
Of nothingness or something of worth
The lone shadows that everywhere seem
When two corners reach each other in birth
Driven through the paths of each pondering
Loneliness is sometimes forgotten in hours
When nothing is coming in for wondering
Only the after clouds of last night showers
Something without a thought of its own
Rifling between the two border lines
Of what is gone to its forgetfulness down
And to each of each other than combines
Day and night each of two contrasting ways
Filling each other with colors and grays
 
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  1580.     

Day And Night Forever Going (From, The Complete Collected Poems Of Strains)

Day and night forever going
Into the miasma of tomorrow
Memories from hours glowing
Whatever they might borrow

Rising influences and going on
Into their shivering gone past
Wishes warped but never done
Everything moves on so steadfast

Beaming lights into every start
Finding a new way to fascinate
Rising high from its first impart
Always to give of its own weight

Swinging contrast in gentle aim
Building on its past forevermore
Roots to develop and life to tame
Opening up its expectations door
 
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