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‘But Men Loved Darkness Rather Than Light’ by Richard Crashaw

‘But Men Loved Darkness Rather Than Light’ by Richard Crashaw “The world’s light shines, shine as it will, The world will love its darkness still. I doubt though when the world’s in hell, It will not love its darkness half … Continue reading

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‘At A Lunar Eclipse’ by Thomas Hardy

‘At A Lunar Eclipse’ by Thomas Hardy “Thy shadow, Earth, from Pole to Central Sea, Now steals along upon the Moon’s meek shine In even monochrome and curving line Of imperturbable serenity. How shall I link such sun-cast symmetry With … Continue reading

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‘Reflections’ by Mary Mundell

‘Reflections’ by Mary Mundell “Bright moon fair goddess of the night Reflecting from far distant height Pulling the oceans in their might A dazzling mirage for the sight Filling dark earth with ghostly light” Another wonderful poem from a Surrey … Continue reading

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‘Taste of winter on the light rain’ by Nicole G

‘Taste of winter on the light rain’ by Nicole G “Smiling in the past in the earlier morning, Late in the night go back and hide in the horizont trees. You change whenever I go , travel with different coat … Continue reading

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‘Light’ by Ray Lucero

‘Light’ by Ray Lucero “Light-Light ever bright Flood my every pore Banish the black of night…” You can read the complete poem here. Submit your favourite #light poem : tell us the title and poet, the first line of the poem or submit … Continue reading

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‘Brightness Came’ by Richard B. Callum

‘Brightness Came’ by Richard B. Callum “The long, sultry lull ended when throaty clouds complained and squeezed the light to a dim surrender A moistrous syncopation strafed me as I ran glistened where it touched the flickering channels of plaited … Continue reading

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‘The Moon’ by William McGonagall

‘The Moon’ by William McGonagall “Beautiful Moon, with thy silvery light, Thou seemest most charming to my sight; As I gaze upon thee in the sky so high, A tear of joy does moisten mine eye. Beautiful Moon, with thy … Continue reading

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