H. J. Griffin Poems

H. J. Griffin Poems

1A-Walking
2Doorways

Best Poem of H. J. Griffin

A-Walking
If we should go a-walking in the pleasant country lanes
During Springtime when the small green buds are peeping,
When Nature, from her long, deep sleep of Winter, breaks her chains
And releases all the beauty in her keeping—
We contemplate resurgent life's mute message of the Spring
As in silence it a . . .
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Doorways
There are doorways ornamental,
Plain, of metal, glass and wood;
Some are swinging, double, single,
Or revolving, and you could,
If you wished, see other sliding—
But whatever kind you see,
Don't forget that there are doorways
Which are called "imaginary." Through imaginary doorways
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