Dreaming as the Summers Die

Summers_DieWith the end of summer in sight, we offer a selection of poems to carry you through the final days of the season, and beyond.

A Boat, Beneath a Sunny Sky” by Lewis Carroll

The Summer House by Tony Connor

For Once, Then, Something” by Robert Frost

Summer at Blue Creek, North Carolina” by Jack Gilbert

Vespers” by Louise Glück

Shaking the Grass” by Janice N. Harrington

Jet” by Tony Hoagland

Three Songs at the End of Summer” by Jane Kenyon

Watermelons by Charles Simic

Summer X-Rays” by Nina Cassian

Let Birds” by Linda Gregg


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