summer-blooming quotes - 10 of
'Tis the last rose of summer
Left blooming alone; All her lovely companions Are faded and gone;
All stars stand close in summer air
And tremble, and look mild as amber; ...
Summer involves going down as a steep flight of steps
To a narrow ledge over the water. Is this it, then, ...
The things we did last summer, I'll remember all winter long.
Farther in summer than the birds,
Pathetic from the grass, A minor nation celebrates Its unobtrusive Mass.
To see the Summer Sky
Is Poetry, though never in a Book it lie-- True Poems flee--
On the idle hill of summer,
Sleepy with the flow of streams,
Autumn has caught us in our summer wear....
My mother, who hates thunderstorms,
Holds up each summer day and shakes ...
And I her son, though summer-born
And summer-loving, none the less Am easier when the leaves are gone....
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