Poet Byron with The Moon

Byron might like his book and the moon together…

My reflective review apart from my moonlit window:

These are poems to soak up and drink in, beautifully somber and purely light, with repeating motifs in the “Fragment” poems and “Stanzas For Music” poems, perhaps going along nicely with French Classical composer Gabriel Fauré’s piece “Romances (Songs) Without Words.” I really just read and savored the first section titled, “Lyric Poems,” melodic and melancholic to read aloud…

And now I listen to the crickets getting creative with their drowsy nocturnes…I close my eyes; a pair of recent dreams seeming heavy to hold I will see again; I felt there was a key within them, somewhere.


Earlier: A Lord Byron Reading in Nearby Nature and Autumn Air Among Sunlit Trees Still Green

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