It is enough for me by day
To walk the same bright earth with him;
Enough that over us by night
The same great roof of stars is dim.

I do not hope to bind the wind
Or set a fetter on the sea —
It is enough to feel his love
Blow by like music over me.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Sara Teasdale's poem Enough

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  1. denise says:

    i like your poems but my favorite is this one I understand what message you have in all of your poems even though im only 13 for my birthday may,1st I just want you to know my opinion

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