|2||We Must Endure||15:39|
|6||When The Day Ends||8:01|
|8||The Shifting Sky||5:33|
|9||Growth Of The Soil||9:27|
|10||They Lived Here Before||11:07|
|13||To See Everything||11:29|
Will see the glint of smiling shores beyond,
Pure clouds with rifts of unexpected blue
Diffuse a light on patterned path and pond.
Take the grey tinge of boxwood and the charm
Of burning-yellow birch. The wind is warm,
Late roses still have traces of their hue,
So kiss, and gather them, and wreath them too.
Do not forget the asters - last of all -
And not the scarlet on the twists of wine,
And what is left of living green, combine
To shape a weightless image of the fall."
(trans. Marx and Morwitz)
Total Time: 128:59
© 2013 Anthony Paul Kerby and Robert Davies
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