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Subject: AFTERNOON
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A FORETASTE OF SPRING, by GEORGE HERBERT CLARKE    Poem Text            
First Line: Sweet and golden afternoon
Last Line: Night is nigh!
Subject(s): Afternoon; Birds; Flowers; Laughter; Spring


A SUMMER AFTERNOON, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A languid atmosphere, a lazy breeze
Last Line: "coo-coo!"" -- I mustn't -- ""coo-coo!"" -- fall asleep!"
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Katydids; Summer


A SUMMER'S AFTERNOON, by BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KING    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Twas the close of a summer's day
Last Line: That's all.
Alternate Author Name(s): King, Ben
Subject(s): Afternoon; Rhyme; Summer


AFTERNOON, by ELIZABETH HAYNES SANDS    Poem Text            
First Line: Out of the dust of yesterday
Last Line: And bitter, burning tears.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Sea; Tears; Youth; Ocean


AFTERNOON AT FORT WASHINGTON, by ELISABETH MURAWSKI    Poem Source            
First Line: The river swells the banks
Last Line: Blows through, bracing %as the river's current
Subject(s): Afternoon; Rivers


AN AFTERNOON, by ELLA WHEELER WILCOX    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I am stirred by the dream of an afternoon
Last Line: And you -- and live it over.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wilson, Robert, Mrs.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Dreams; Faces; Lips; Love; Nightmares


APRIL AFTERNOON, POINT LOMA (1769), by WINIFRED DAVIDSON    Poem Text            
First Line: There feasted on these heights wild earth-hued folk
Last Line: Swept down la playa where awed indians knelt.
Subject(s): Afternoon; April; Ships & Shipping


AT UTTER LOAF, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: An afternoon as ripe with heat
Last Line: Smiling at all things drowsily.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Hammocks; Idleness; Laziness; Sloth; Indolence


BIRCH-WOOD, by LEO COX    Poem Text            
First Line: I wandered down the dying afternoon
Last Line: All things took on their dead, familiar shape. ....
Subject(s): Afternoon; Birch Trees; Nature


CALLING THE WHISKEY ROSES, by MARTHA JANSON    Poem Source            
First Line: It's always afternoon father, you
Last Line: The easy slide of the dial. %any music at all
Subject(s): Afternoon; Fathers


CARDINAL FLOWER, by JEFFREY HARRISON    Poem Source            
First Line: After an afternoon
Last Line: To focus the whole scene
Subject(s): Afternoon; Flowers


CITY AFTERNOON, by EDITH FRANKLIN WYATT    Poem Source            
First Line: Green afternoon serene and bright, along my street you sail away
Last Line: So little and so great a thing--deep towards the bourne of every day
Subject(s): Afternoon


DAY AT THE TATE, by DEIRDRE DWYER    Poem Source            
First Line: Everything is rendered
Last Line: And a landscape in which we can lie down %and sleep
Subject(s): Afternoon; Westminster Abbey


IN THE AFTERNOON, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: You in the hammock; and I, near
Last Line: Kiss me again, my dear!
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Books; Hammocks; Kisses; Reading


ONE AFTERNOON, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Below, cool grasses: over us
Last Line: Who look on us from heaven to-day.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Hearts; Nature


ONE AFTERNOON OF LOTUS PAINTING, by XI MURONG    Poem Source            
First Line: In that july afternoon
Last Line: In that july afternoon, %if you didn't look back
Subject(s): Afternoon; July; Lotus; Paintings And Painters


ORPHEUS IN THE AFTERNOON, by JACK ANDERSON    Poem Source            
First Line: All afternoon, he head of orpheus rests on a polished tabletop
Last Line: To turn on a light would be wrong
Subject(s): Afternoon; Mythology - Classical; Orpheus


POMONA, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Oh, the golden afternoon!
Last Line: Smiling o'er the orchard wall.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Goddesses & Gods; Mythology; Nature; Orchards


SECTION GANG: AFTERNOON, by NORMAN BOLKER    Poem Text            
First Line: A simmering sun glows and gleams
Last Line: His pick and shovel in their cool dank resting places for the night.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Labor & Laborers; Railroads; Work; Workers; Railways; Trains


SILENCE, by LUCY KENT    Poem Text            
First Line: Out into the afternoon
Last Line: Whom silence made forever one.
Subject(s): Afternoon; Earth; Life; Silence; World