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Archibald MacLeish - An Eternity

There is no dusk to be, 
There is no dawn that was, 
Only there's now, and now, 
And the wind in the grass.

Days I remember of 
Now in my heart, are now; 
Days that I dream will bloom 
White the peach bough.

Dying shall never be 
Now in the windy grass; 
Now under shooken leaves 
Death never was.

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Poet: Archibald MacLeish
Poem: An Eternity

Comment 1 of 1, added on April 27th, 2006 at 4:27 PM.

this poem talks about the true we have to see life like that we can always be living of the past or think about the future. We shoould only think about today living the moment

liz from United States

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