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A SONG OF DAWN AT DUSK, by WILLIAM ROSE BENET    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Not of sadness, now 'tis dusk
Last Line: In the joy above all speaking!
Subject(s): Dusk


A TWILIGHT IN MIDDLE MARCH, by FRANCIS LEDWIDGE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Within the oak a throb of pigeon wings
Last Line: From little knowledge where great sorrows brood.
Subject(s): Dusk; March (month)


ADVENTURE WITH SKY, by JESSIE M. DOWLIN    Poem Text            
First Line: Dusk crept out from the woods to the water
Last Line: The fawn bent down and sampled sky!
Subject(s): Dusk; Forests; Sky; Water; Woods


APRIL WALK WITH MY DAUGHTER, by CONNIE WANEK    Poem Source            
First Line: She asks, would you call this twilight or dusk?
Last Line: Fresh and temperate, free of blemish
Subject(s): April; Daughters; Dusk; Walking


AT DUSK, by LUCIUS KING FULLER    Poem Text            
First Line: A stir of kine by the pasture bars
Last Line: Wings of lightning beat and shine.
Subject(s): Dusk


AT DUSK, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A something quiet and subdued
Last Line: Would it were dusk alway!
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Dreams; Dusk; Faces; Nightmares


AT DUSK, by MADGE D. STAFFORD    Poem Text            
First Line: A lone bird's call
Last Line: Deep dusk without a star...
Subject(s): Dusk


AT TWILIGHT, by PEYTON VAN RENSSELAER    Poem Text            
First Line: The roses of yester-year
Last Line: And one that I love is dead.
Subject(s): Dusk


ATOMIC WEIGHT OF DUSK, by GEORGE KALAMARAS    Poem Source            
First Line: A richshaw wallah in benares eats tangerine
Last Line: Offers you sparks of light in a garland of marigolds
Subject(s): Atomic Bomb - Victims; Dusk


AUSTRALIAN TRANSCRIPTS: AN ORANGE GROVE, by WILLIAM SHARP    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The short sweet purple twilight dreams
Last Line: That stirs it from cicalas shrill.
Alternate Author Name(s): Macleod, Fiona
Subject(s): Australia; Dreams; Dusk; Oranges; Nightmares


BY THE CH'EN GATE, by CALE YOUNG RICE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: At dusk as wild geese winged their aery way
Last Line: But through me rang the name of kubla khan.
Subject(s): Deserts; Dreams; Dusk; Food & Eating; Tibet; Nightmares


CLOSE OF DAY, by WESLEY CURTWRIGHT    Poem Source            
First Line: To meet and then to part,' and that is all
Alternate Author Name(s): Curtright, Wesley
Subject(s): Dusk


COCKTAIL HOUR, by MARGARET E. MCINTYRE    Poem Text            
First Line: Between the dusk and the twilight
Last Line: It must be upheld, to get by.
Subject(s): Dinners & Dining; Drinks & Drinking; Dusk; Smoking; Wine; Tobacco; Pipes; Cigars; Cigarettes


COMES NOW THE DUSK, by D. SANIAL GILL    Poem Text            
First Line: Comes now the slow, unstayable release
Last Line: Should, softly, as the dusk comes, close the breath.
Subject(s): Dusk


DALI FANTASY, by COUNTESS W. TWITTY    Poem Source            
First Line: Yellow, sickly yellow
Subject(s): Dusk


DAWN AND DUSK - SAN DIEGO, by CHARLES PHILLIPS (1880-1933)    Poem Text            
First Line: Quick as the waking laughter of a child
Last Line: Against the night's dark breast.
Subject(s): Dawn; Dusk; San Diego, California; Sunrise


DAY'S END IN DURHAM, by GEORGE HERBERT CLARKE    Poem Text            
First Line: In the abbey at durham, / with its great stony silence
Last Line: I wondered, and woke.
Subject(s): Durham, England; Dusk; Prayer; Silence; Wisdom


DEAD LEAVES, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: As though a gipsy maiden with dim look
Last Line: Of home intrudes upon our loneliness.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Autumn; Dawn; Dusk; Night; Seasons; Fall; Sunrise; Bedtime


DUSK, by CHAIM NACHMAN BIALIK    Poem Source            
First Line: Again the sun rose and again it set
Last Line: And satan stands behind me laughing %the cruel laughter
Alternate Author Name(s): Bialik, Hayim Nahman; Byalik, Chaim Nachman
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK, by RUTH TAME BURNELL    Poem Text            
First Line: Dusk, and the night shades falling
Last Line: Those beautiful memories of you.
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK, by GLADYS CROMWELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: As flowers at dusk their choicest perfumes hold
Last Line: Like seaweed from a cliff into white foam.
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK, by JEAN FOLLAIN    Poem Source            
First Line: It is the hour when the son comes in
Last Line: Who sees only a void in the depths of the heavens
Subject(s): Dusk; Fathers And Sons; Heaven


DUSK, by ANGELINA WELD GRIMKE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Twin stars through my purpling pane
Last Line: And the dusk.
Subject(s): African Americans - Women; Dusk


DUSK, by JAMES HARRISON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dusk over the lake
Last Line: That I shatter the moon with an oar.
Alternate Author Name(s): Harrison, Jim
Subject(s): Absence; Dusk; Separation; Isolation


DUSK, by GEORGE KALAMARAS    Poem Source            
First Line: There is only one woman left in the world
Last Line: That sinks into layers of water ferns thirst for
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK, by FLORA MARION LOUGEE    Poem Text            
First Line: The sun has set. The sky is aglow
Last Line: A quivering mass of the black gel, night.
Alternate Author Name(s): Lougee, F. Marion
Subject(s): Dusk; Sky; Sun


DUSK, by EDNA DENHAM RAYMOND    Poem Text            
First Line: She goes / a hushful, peaceful thing
Last Line: As she—soft light—melts into night.
Subject(s): Dusk; Love


DUSK, by GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dusk wraps the village in its dim caress
Last Line: Into the vast of god.
Alternate Author Name(s): A. E.
Subject(s): Dusk; God; Nature - Religious Aspects


DUSK, by TONY SANDERS    Poem Source            
First Line: Nothing that I did, or said
Last Line: O even the best parks grow dark
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK, by FREDERIC FAIRCHILD SHERMAN    Poem Text            
First Line: The evening hour of love's brief happy day
Last Line: And dies out with the day's last golden glow.
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK, by DOROTHY HARIMAN SUTTON    Poem Text            
First Line: Dusk comes on quiet indian feet
Last Line: And capture him.
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK, by WILLIAM WATSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The bats are busy in moonless eve
Last Line: The wanderer, night, comes to the door.
Alternate Author Name(s): Watson, John William
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK AT SEA, by THOMAS SAMUEL JONES JR.    Poem Text            
First Line: Tonight eternity alone is near
Last Line: Sealed by the sunset and the evening star.
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK AT SEA, by CLINTON SCOLLARD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dusk, like a moth of violet wing, descends
Last Line: Both light and guide on the long journey home.
Subject(s): Dusk; Sea; Ocean


DUSK FROM A TRAIN WINDOW, by CALE YOUNG RICE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There is a moment between day and night
Last Line: When magic lives in light.
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK IN THE LOW COUNTRY, by DUBOSE HEYWARD    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: A league of broomgrass, rose and mauve and
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK ON ENGLISH BAY, by EARL (EARLE) BIRNEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The lighting rooms perfect a chequerboard
Last Line: Any clutch of ours can hold this precious night.
Subject(s): Dusk; England; English


DUSK, SCIRCLEVILLE, by MARTIN WALLS    Poem Source            
First Line: Dust enters the coppice
Last Line: The hard life patiently grows quiet in the cottages
Subject(s): Dusk; Shadows


DUSK-MEMORIES, by ELLEN MAGRATH CARROLL    Poem Text            
First Line: O dusk, be not so sweet!
Last Line: Of this dusk, clinging, warm.
Subject(s): Dusk


DUSK: ASSUAN, by WILLIAM ALEXANDER PERCY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Serene, he mounts the minaret of day
Last Line: But faithful come those worshipers, the stars.
Subject(s): Birds; Dusk; Silence


EAT, by LEN ROBERTS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: It was always dusk
Last Line: Eat, I wishper into his ear
Subject(s): Dusk; Food And Eating; Survival


EVENING TWILIGHT, by HEINRICH HEINE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: On the wan sea-strand
Last Line: Smiling and lit by the moon.
Subject(s): Dusk


EVENSONG, by ROYALL HENDERSON SNOW    Poem Text            
First Line: Twilight is drooping like a veil
Last Line: Earth, too, is dreaming of some untold tale.
Subject(s): Dusk


HEIRS OF TWILIGHT, by HELENE M. BUTEAU    Poem Text            
First Line: It's the unheard beat of pulsing earth
Last Line: Who star the dusk with tears he wept.
Alternate Author Name(s): Shock, Buteau
Subject(s): Dusk; Evening; Sunset; Twilight


IF I SHOULD WAKE, by EMILY HUNTINGTON MILLER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: If I should wake, on some soft, silent night
Last Line: Bereft anew of love's dear, changeless thought.
Subject(s): Death; Dusk; Graves; Dead, The; Tombs; Tombstones


IN THE DUSK, by FRANCIS LEDWIDGE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Day hangs its light between two dusks, my heart
Last Line: Tho' only one should listen how it sings.
Subject(s): Dusk


IN THE GLOAMING, by JAMES C. BAYLES    Poem Source            
First Line: The twilight twiles in the vernal vale
Subject(s): Dusk


JANUARY DUSK, by JOHN DRINKWATER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Austere and clad in sombre robes of grey
Last Line: And all the coloured retinue of spring.
Subject(s): Dusk; January


LIMITLESS OUT OF THE DUSK, by BROTHER CLEMENT    Poem Text            
First Line: There are lightly moving rivers
Last Line: Of the world come home.
Subject(s): Dreams; Dusk; Rivers; Nightmares


LITTLE TOWNS AT DUSK, by UNKNOWN+18    Poem Source            
First Line: The cottage lamps are gleaming
Subject(s): Dusk; Farm Life


LO-YU TOMBS, by LI SHANG-YIN    Poem Source            
First Line: Toward evening,
Last Line: Near the yellow dusk
Subject(s): Dusk; Night


NOCTURNE, by RUTH E. BILLEY    Poem Text            
First Line: Over wide meadows away from the town
Last Line: Watch the lost shadows of winter take wing.
Subject(s): Dusk


OCTOBER TWILIGHT, by VINCENT GODFREY BURNS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The yellowed leaves are quiet, dusk is here
Last Line: Shipwrecked upon october's tawny shore.
Subject(s): Dusk; October


OLD GRANNY DUSK, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Old granny dusk, when the sun
Last Line: Er kisses the face you're a-bendin' down.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Animals; Bats; Dusk; Katydids


ORGAN SONGS: ANTIPHON, by GEORGE MACDONALD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Daylight fades away
Last Line: Dwelleth in his men.
Subject(s): Dawn; Dusk; God; Night; Sunrise; Bedtime


SCENE AT DUSK, by HENRI FRANCOIS JOSEPH DE REGNIER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: On our way to the city of the singing street
Last Line: Shed by an april evening upon lovely hair.
Subject(s): Birds; Dusk; Hope; Love; Optimism


SEVEN P.M, by MARK VAN DOREN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Slow twilight bird
Last Line: Gentle, wild voices from the dark aloft.
Subject(s): Birds; Dusk


SEVEN TWILIGHTS: 6, by CONRAD AIKEN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Heaven, you say, will be a field in april
Last Line: Flower in the heart with the fragrance we call grief.
Subject(s): Dusk; Heaven; Paradise


SITTING AT DUSK IN THE BACK YARD AFTER THE MONDRIAN RETROSPECTIVE, by CHARLES PENZEL WRIGHT JR.    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Form imposes, structure allows -- the slow destruction of form
Last Line: Black lines and white spaces, an emptiness primed with reds and blues
Alternate Author Name(s): Wright, Charles
Subject(s): Dusk; Mondrian, Piet (1872-1944); Paintings And Painters


SONG OF TWILIGHT, by UNKNOWN    Poem Source            
First Line: Oh, to come home once more, when the dusk is falling
Subject(s): Dusk; Mothers


SWEET BLOOMS AT DUSK, by JAMES H. DEVLIN    Poem Text            
First Line: Oft wet with tears on haloed ground
Last Line: Forgotten soon and death its goal.
Subject(s): Death; Dusk; Grief; Tears; Dead, The; Sorrow; Sadness


THE HOUR, by NORMAN DUBIE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A dark, thick branch in the last light is like
Last Line: Go fireflies striking their soft, yellow lights.
Subject(s): Activity; Dusk; Escapes; Evening; Hope; Exercise; Fugitives; Sunset; Twilight; Optimism


THE HOUR BETWEEN DOG AND WOLF: 4. THE HOUR BETWEEN DOG, by LAURE-ANNE BOSSELAAR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The roofs of wool row are charcoal
Last Line: I don't listen, I don't listen.
Subject(s): Bells; Children; Dusk; Farewell; Relationships; Childhood; Parting


THE UNKNOWN WIND, by WILLIAM SHARP    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When the day darkens
Last Line: When the dew is falling?
Alternate Author Name(s): Macleod, Fiona
Subject(s): Dusk; Knowledge; Silence; Wind


THROUGH THE DARK, by CHARLES VAN LERBERGHE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dusk's orisons / are sable swans
Last Line: It is morn.
Subject(s): Dusk; Night; Shadows; Bedtime


TO ANNIE, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When the lids of dusk are falling
Last Line: As tranquil a delight.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Birds; Dusk; Night; Whipporwills; Bedtime


TWILIGHT, by CHARLES HEAVYSEGE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The day was lingering in the pale northwest
Last Line: From the ancient hour of prime!
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT, by HEINRICH HEINE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We sat at the hut of the fisher
Last Line: Swiftly the darkness fell.
Subject(s): Disasters; Dusk; Sailing & Sailors; Shipwrecks; Storms; Seamen; Sails


TWILIGHT, by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The twilight is sad and cloudy
Last Line: Drive the colour from her cheek?
Subject(s): Absence; Children; Dusk; Sea; Separation; Isolation; Childhood; Ocean


TWILIGHT, by MARGARET RYAN    Poem Source            
First Line: Far on the moor some wild bird screams
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT, by FEODOR (FYODOR) IVANOVICH TYUTCHEV    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Soft the dove-hued shadows mingle
Last Line: In the dreaming universe.
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT, by FEODOR (FYODOR) IVANOVICH TYUTCHEV    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dove-colored, the shadows melt and mingle
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT, by WILLIAM WORDSWORTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hail, twilight, sovereign of one peaceful hour!
Last Line: As the beginning of the heavens and earth!
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT AT SEA, by AMELIA B. WELBY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The twilight hours, like birds, flew by
Last Line: And held it trembling there.
Alternate Author Name(s): Coppuck, Amelia B.
Subject(s): Dusk; Sea; Stars; Ocean


TWILIGHT AT THE HEIGHTS, by CINCINNATUS HEINE MILLER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The brave young city by the balboa seas
Last Line: Set head and foot to the day at rest.
Alternate Author Name(s): Miller, Joaquin
Variant Title(s): Twilight At The Hights
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT CALM, by CHRISTINA GEORGINA ROSSETTI    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Oh pleasant eventide
Last Line: The quiet sands have run.
Alternate Author Name(s): Alleyne, Ellen; Rossetti, Christina
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT ON TWEED, by ANDREW LANG    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Three crests against the saffron sky
Last Line: You tell me that the voice is still %that should have welcomed me
Subject(s): Dusk


TWILIGHT SONG, by EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Through the shine, through the rain
Last Line: Through the shine, through the rain.
Subject(s): Dusk


TWO SONGS, by ANN HAMILTON (1902-)    Poem Text            
First Line: Through the long dusk my spirit sings
Last Line: Or day or night be there.
Alternate Author Name(s): Hamilton, Anna E.; Hamilton, A. E.; Hamilton, Anne E.
Subject(s): Dusk; Forests; Singing & Singers; Sun; Woods; Songs


VESTAL, by GLADYS VERVILLE DEANE    Poem Text            
First Line: Child of november, you were born to death
Last Line: See, child, there is no fear when flame's within.
Subject(s): Autumn; Death; Dusk; Seasons; Fall; Dead, The


WHY DID YOU DEPART AT DUSK?, by CLARISSA M. BAILEY    Poem Text            
First Line: On your last journey, why did you set out at dusk?
Last Line: Of earth? -- for, unafraid, at dusk you went away.
Subject(s): Dawn; Dusk; Travel; Sunrise; Journeys; Trips


WINTER DUSK, by ANDRE-FERDINAND HEROLD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: On the earth the snow is falling
Last Line: And the snow and the twilight are falling.
Subject(s): Dusk; Snow; Winter


WINTER DUSK, by RICHARD KENDALL MUNKITTRICK    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The prospect is bare and white
Last Line: And wiggles its silver tail.
Subject(s): Dusk; Sea; Winter; Ocean


WINTER NIGHTFALL, by ROBERT SEYMOUR BRIDGES    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The day begins to droop
Last Line: Of darkness and tears.
Alternate Author Name(s): Bridges, Robert+(2)
Subject(s): Dusk; Winter


YOU LOOK OUTSIDE, by MALENA MORLING    Poem Source            
Last Line: Upside down with their lights on
Subject(s): Dusk