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Author: WINTERS, YVOR
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Lewis, Janet    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Winters, Janet Lewis; Winters, Yvor, Mrs.
5 poems available by this author


A LULLABY    Poem Text    
First Line: Lullee, lullay / I could not love thee more
Subject(s): Christmas; Religion; Nativity, The; Theology


CARMEL HIGHLANDS    Poem Text    
First Line: Below the gardens and the darkening pines
Last Line: An ancient speech, hushed in tremendous ease.
Subject(s): Carmel, California


FOSSIL, 1919    Poem Text    
First Line: I found a little ancient fern
Last Line: In a a round apricot velvet case.
Subject(s): Fossils


GIRL HELP    Poem Text     Recitation
First Line: Mild and slow and young
Last Line: Scented with days to come.
Subject(s): Girls


THE HANGAR AT SUNNYVALE: 1937    Poem Text    
First Line: Above the marsh, a hollow monument
Last Line: Until the inordinate dream again return.
Subject(s): Airships



Winters, Yvor    Poet's Biography
17 poems available by this author


A SONG IN PASSING    Poem Text    
First Line: Where am I now? And what
Last Line: Is the almight face
Subject(s): Religion; Theology


AN ELEGY    Poem Text    
First Line: The noon is beautiful: the perfect wheel
Subject(s): Airships


APRIL    Poem Text    
First Line: The little goat
Last Line: He walks away
Subject(s): Animals


AT THE SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT    Poem Text    
First Line: This is the terminal: the light
Last Line: In light, and nothing else, awake.
Subject(s): Air Travel; Language; Words; Vocabulary


BEFORE DISASTER; WINTER, 1932-33    Poem Text    
First Line: Evening traffic homeward burns
Last Line: We must live or dry by steel
Subject(s): Traffic


ELEGY ON A YOUNG AIREDALE BITCH LOST TWO YEARS SINCE IN THE SALT-MARSH    Poem Text    
First Line: Low to the water's edge
Last Line: And cast ashore to dry
Subject(s): Animals; Dogs


FOR THE OPENING OF THE WILLIAM DINSMORE BRIGGS ROOM    Poem Text    
First Line: Because our being grows in mind
Last Line: Which hell itself cannot unlock
Subject(s): Religion; Theology


IN PRAISE OF CALIFORNIA WINES    Poem Text    
First Line: Amid these clear and windy hills
Last Line: In sunlight vanish quite away
Subject(s): California; Wine


JOHN SUTTER    Poem Text    
First Line: I was the patriarch of the shining land
Subject(s): California - Gold Discoveries; Sutter, John (1803-1880); Failure; Gold Rush; Forty-niners


NIGHT OF BATTLE    Poem Text    
First Line: Impersonal the aim
Last Line: The dark blood of the folk.
Subject(s): World War Ii; Second World War


SIR GAWAINE AND THE GREEN KNIGHT    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: Reptilian green the wrinkled throat
Subject(s): Knights & Knighthood


THE MARRIAGE    Poem Text    
First Line: Incarnate for our marriage you appeared
Subject(s): Love; Love - Marital; Marriage; Wedded Love; Marriage - Love; Weddings; Husbands; Wives


THE SLOW PACIFIC SWELL    Poem Text     Recitation by Author
First Line: Far out of sight, forever stands the sea
Subject(s): Sea; Ocean


TO A MILITARY RIFLE, 1942    Poem Text    
First Line: The times come round again
Last Line: True shape of death and power
Subject(s): War


TO A YOUNG WRITER    Poem Text    
First Line: Here for a few short years
Subject(s): Writing & Writers


TO EMILY DICKINSON    Poem Text    
First Line: Dear emily, my tears would burn your page,
Last Line: In that hard argument which led to god
Subject(s): Dickinson, Emily (1830-1886)


TO MY INFANT DAUGHTER: 2    Poem Text    
First Line: Alas, that I should be
Last Line: Of what has had an end
Variant Title(s): To My Infant Daughter (2)
Subject(s): Fathers & Daughters