Monday, May 08, 2006


A South Wind—has a pathos


A South Wind—has a pathos
Of individual Voice—
As One detect on Landings
An Emigrant's address.

A Hint of Ports and Peoples—
And much not understood—
The fairer—for the farness—
And for the foreignhood.

Emily Dickinson


claudia said...

I love the movement in this picture and I just adore the poem! bjs

M.P. said...

I agree with Claudia! But.. I'd still add .. the colours are bright and NICE altogether.
It makes me smell of sea. And it 's brought the idea of insularity... I don't know why!
LOVE the Poem too.. :)**