Never More Will The Wind

Never more will the wind
cherish you again,
never more will the rain.

Never more
shall we find you bright
in the snow and wind.

The snow is melted,
the snow is gone,
and you are flown:

Like a bird out of our hand,
like a light out of our heart,
you are gone.

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3 Comments

  1. Christopher M Jenkins says:

    A thousand voices

    But none would listen

    A song being sung

    But no heart was heard

    Oh how they cry out

    For a hand of lending

    But only show scar ‘s

    Of a pain never ending

    Never more!

    Like the poet once said

    Never more

    But thoughts of these

    Are shurely dead

    So the vision of this

    Goes back in your head

    In the fiery doubt

    Of what i just said……………..Never more my freind….never more!

    Just an answer :1

  2. Erin says:

    This poem is so beautifully written, it almost makes the tragedy of a loved one’s death sound somewhat romantic. It makes you cry, and feel the beauty of love at the same time. We all want to be loved and missed like H.D describes in this poem.

  3. Nicole says:

    If this poem is about death it is simplistic and warm, inviting one might say?

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