And You (poem) (1951) – The Vincentian


And You

A silver moon, a velvet sky,
Twinkling, winking stars on high,
Tiny clouds that float and fly,
And you.

Green-black leaves on coal-black trees,
A rippling stream, a whispering breeze,
Moonlit pastures like so many seas,
And you.

Rough-log fences like sentinels all,
Old stone fences like a manor wall,
A park among the trees like a medieval hall,
And you.


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