Who Shall Sing, When Man Is Gone

eBook (PDF), 124 Pages
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Misty evening wreathed in vines of Morning Glory opened wide, With all of nature trapped inside its blossom. Ranging from quiet images like this to epics inspired by the risk of nuclear holocaust, this is poetry about old age, life, love, war, philosophy and quiet meditations. One of the oldest complete books of original poetry to have been offered on the web (first posted in the mid-90's), these poems have been read and loved by tens of thousands of viewers, and have been republished by people as far away as Australia.
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  • By Robert Brown
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Who Shall Sing, When Man Is Gone" I cannot really rate this as I wrote it, but I thought that I would suggest some of my favorite poems: Old Age, Country Evening, So Far Away (appeared in a published poetry anthology), The Hill, Youth and Age, and Resurrection. Basically, if you don't like any of these, you probably won't like the book, but the whole thing is available to read online for free, so you can easily find out. Thanks for giving Who a look!
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Robert Brown
September 30, 2011
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