American Culture · American Literature · Classic · Collection · Poet Laureate 1945 (United States) · Poetry

Louise Bogan

After The Persian 1 I have wept with the spring storm; Burned with the brutal summer. Now, hearing the wind and the twanging bow-strings I know what winter brings. The hunt sweeps out upon the plain And the garden darkens. They will bring the trophies home To bleed and perish Beside the trellis and the… Continue reading Louise Bogan

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