‘After Fifty Years’ by William Faulkner

‘After Fifty Years’

by William Faulkner

“Her house is empty and her heart is old,
And filled with shades and echoes that deceive
No one save her, for still she tries to weave…”

You can read the complete poem here. William Faulkner died on this day in 1962, you can read more of his work through Surrey Libraries.

Take a look at our Words in Focus page for your chance to appear in print.

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