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Subject - Seasons


  1. October by Madison Cawein

    the month personified

  2. Schoolboys in Winter by John Clare

    boys headed to school on a winter morning

  3. Autumn by John Clare

    an intense description of the season

  4. In Just-spring by e.e. cummings

    when the world is puddle-wonderful

  5. Winter by Walter De La Mare

    a chilling description

  6. These are the days when Birds Come Back by Emily Dickinson

    a description of Indian Summer

  7. First Robin by Emily Dickinson

    not everyone looks forward to the first sign of spring

  8. October by Paul Laurence Dunbar

    a beautiful description

  9. The Twelve Months by George Ellis

    a very brief calendar indeed

  10. No! by Thomas Hood

    another forceful description

  11. Spring by Gerard Manley Hopkins

    the beauty of spring

  12. Loveliest of Trees by A. E. Housman

    images of the seasons make permanent impressions on us

  13. February by Helen Hunt Jackson

    the month of attonement for the year that's past, and preparation for the year ahead

  14. September by Helen Hunt Jackson

    late summer images and memories

  15. October's Bright Blue Weather by Helen Hunt Jackson

    perhaps the best portrait of fall and one of Steve's favorites

  16. To Autumn by John Keats

    one of the best known poems of the seasons

  17. Song of a Second April by Edna St. Vincent Millay

    sometimes it is not the season you value, but whom you share it with

  18. Winter by William Shakespeare

    not a pretty picture, exactly

  19. Summer and Autumn by Richard Henry Stoddard
  20. Thaw by Edward Thomas

    a change of seasons through other eyes...

  21. The King and the Siren by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

    a nice little allegory for the change of seasons

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