A Summer Day

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The dawn laughs out on orient hills
And dances with the diamond rills;

by Lucy Maud Montgomery Click to read full poem

Comments (10)

A wonderful poem by a talented writer.
For fans of the Anne of Green Gables series it is a feeling of recognition and Aha this is where lovely sensitive Anne with an e was born. LM Montgomery Pours her soul out.
Come, let us fill our hearts straightway With hope and courage of the day. Beautifully penned motivational and inspirational poem. Thanks for sharing it here.
A beautiful composition. The descriptions are stunning!
This is odd. I usually don't like the verbose, overgrown, elaborate, multi-syllable approach to writing favored by some of the classics- - - but this one reads easy, paints great scenes, has something to say.. These lines are yummy- - - The evening comes in wimple gray; By burnished shore and silver lake - - - - -as is - - - - - - - Come, let us give ourselves to dreams By lisping margins of her streams. - - - - - as is- - - - - - And sweet, low-tinkling music rings About the lips of haunted springs.
Lone and fair! ! With the muse of life. Thanks for sharing.
Ah, L.M. Montgomery, the author of the Anne of Green Gables series and The Golden Road, one of my favorite books when I was a child. Incidentally, this poem was also chosen as poem of the day less than a year ago, on July 10,2015.
Summer all the way, hard to fight against the heat.
Someone to remind me the name of this type of poem, Please...
Come, let us fill our hearts straightway with hope and courage of the day. Inspirational.