J. Evans Walter Poems

J. Evans Walter Poems

1Indifference
2Stars
3To Lucy

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Stars
O stars that shine so bright each night, from whence does come thy light?
Are you suns many miles away--too far to bring us day?
Or, are you lanterns in the sky, to guide us on our way?
The Angry Wind A rap tap-taps on my window; a rap that's harsh, not light.
A rap from the fist of one, who vanishes into the . . .
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Indifference
A man, gayly singing a song, was pondering the question of right or wrong.
Shall I all gay and happy be, while others dwell in misery?
What are the cares of others to me, when I, from misery, am free?
Should I be as canny as Lot, or abide by the rules of Camelot?
Should I consider the One who sees, or dwell in the . . .
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