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Evening In June Post by :jjemarque Category :Poems Author :W. M. Mackeracher Date :November 2011 Read :844

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Evening In June

The purple lilac with the dark green leaves
A subtle perfume spreads o'er fields wherein
The meadow-lark with clear full singing cleaves
The choral air. The rossignols begin
A blither song, where the treacherous spiders spin
Their shimmering webs. The robin o'er her young
Chirps cheerfully, or starts the frighted din.
Till the night oriole lights his lamp among
The blooms of marigold and spotted adder's tongue.

(The end)
W. M. MacKeracher's poem: Evening In June

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