Summer Noon

"Summer Noon" is a poem by John Vance Cheney.

Date: 1902Composer: Margaret Ruthven LangText: John Vance Cheney

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Summer Noon
by John Vance Cheney

So fickle are the little winds,
One may not say they blow;
The balanced leaves, they tremble, wait
Not sure which way to go.

So fare my fancies flutt’ring soft,
As out of sleep they start;
The while they think to drift away,
They die upon my heart.

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