The night is freezing fast

by


The night is freezing fast
    The night is freezing fast,
    To-morrow comes December;
        And winterfalls of old
    Are with me from the past;
    And chiefly I remember
        How Dick would hate the cold.

    Fall, winter, fall; for he,
    Prompt hand and headpiece clever,
        Has woven a winter robe,
    And made of earth and sea
    His overcoat for ever,
        And wears the turning globe.
div does not fill when I defer javascript

8.5

facebook share button twitter share button reddit share button share on pinterest pinterest


Add The night is freezing fast to your library.

Return to the A. E. Housman library , or . . . Read the next poem; The Oracles

© 2022 AmericanLiterature.com