Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, FIRST RHYMES, by EDMUND CHARLES BLUNDEN



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First Line: In the meadow by the mill
Last Line: "when ""nature painted all things gay."
Alternate Author Name(s): Blunden, Edmund
Subject(s): Nature; Poetry & Poets


IN the meadow by the mill
I'd make my ballad,
Tunes to that would whistle shrill
And beat the blackbird's ringing bill.
But surely the innocent spring has died,
The sultry noon has hushed the bird,
The jingling word, the turn and glide
All in that meadow must have died.
For that, the fuller speech of song
Has charmed me,
And lulled my lonely hours along;
Though beauty's truth that leads to-day
My longing trials
Shone then like dewdrops in my way
When "Nature painted all things gay."





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