English poetry

Poems in English

Apples

Behold the apples’ rounded worlds: Juice-green of July rain, The black polestar of flowers, the rind Mapped with its crimson […]

Day of These Days

Such a morning it is when love Leans through geranium windows And calls with a cockerel’s tongue. When red-haired girls […]

Milkmaid

The girl’s far treble, muted to the heat, Calls like a fainting bird across the fields To where her flock […]

Home From Abroad

Far-fetched with tales of other worlds and ways, My skin well-oiled with wines of the Levant, I set my face […]

April Rise

If ever I saw blessing in the air I see it now in this still early day Where lemon-green the […]

Town Owl

On eves of cold, when slow coal fires, Rooted in basements, burn and branch, Brushing with smoke the city air; […]