October – A Sonnet | William Cullen Bryant | Multi-version (Weekly and Fortnightly poetry)



October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by og-pog I though I'd welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to good old age released from care journeying in bright serenity away in such a bright light quiet would that I might wear out life like the mid Bowers and Brooks and dearie yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices even I when my lasts and twinkled in the glass past silently from men as they are dust pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Bruce tkachuk I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and 4-year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south all still delay in the gay woods and in the golden hair like to a good old age released from care journeying in long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear at life like thee mid Bowers and Brooks and dearer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my last sand twinkled in the glass past silently from men as the dust pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sauna by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by bram a thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when Woods began to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow me and the meat signs of grub roof in the year smiles as a draws near death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care during and long journey to yahweh in such a bright late quiet with that I might wear out life like thee mid Bowers and Brooks and area the sunshine of kind looks and music of canvases ever and I and when my lass and twinkled in the glass passed suddenly from men as thou does pass and a poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by David Lawrence I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in long serenity away in such a bright plate quiet would that I might wear out life like thee made Bowers and Brooks and dearer yet sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass pass silently from men as they us pass into poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by e sharp I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out life like thee mid Bowers and Brooks and dearer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass pass silently from men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain tober a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Garth burn I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air light to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out life likely Mick Bowers and Brooks and dearly yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass pass silently for men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Greg Giordano new port richey florida i thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek in the meek sons grow brief in the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out like thee mid bowers and Brooks and dearer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever and I and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass past silently for men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by ian king i thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death winda the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out life like thee mid Bowers and Brooks and dearie yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass past silently from men as thou dust pass and a poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant recorded for librivox.org by Jude I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet what that I might wear out life like thee mid Bowers and Brooks and dearie yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices Evan I and when my last son twinkles in the glass pass silently for men as though dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Jim Nemeth i thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as a draws near it's def window the sunny south Oh still delay and the gay woods and in the golden hair like to a good old age released from care journeying in a long serenity away in such a bright they quiet would that I might wear out life like the mid Bowers and Brooks and dairy yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass past silently for men as loud us pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant redford librivox.org by kangaroo I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay and the gay woods and in the golden air like to a gold old age released from care journeying and long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out life like thee mid Bowers and bricks and dearer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever and I and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass past silently for men as thou dust pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by liane Howlett i thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out life like thee mid Bowers and Brooks and dearer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass past silently from men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Maria Casper hi thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out life like the mid Bowers and Brooks and dearer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass pass silently from men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Matthew Dodger I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as a draws near its death wind of the sunny south of still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from err journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet would that I might wear out life like the mid Bowers and Brooks and deer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever nigh and when my lasts and twinkled in the class past silently from men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Rosslyn Carlyle I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death when'd of the sunny south Oh stell delay in the gay woods and end the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet with that I might wear out life like thee mid Bowers and Brooks and dearer yet the sunshine of Cain looks and music of kind voices ever and I and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass pass silently from Maine as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by Thomas Peter I thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow me and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age release from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright late quiet what that I might wear out life like the mid Bowers and Brooks and deer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices of an eye and when my lasts and twinkled in the glass has silently for men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October a sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by taylor goldsmith i thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow weak and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles is it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away and such bright late quiet would that I might wear out life like the mid Bowers and Brooks and deer yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices ever know and when my last stand twinkled in the glass pass silently from men as thou dost pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain October as sonnet by William Cullen Bryant read for librivox.org by tovarisch i thou art welcome heavens delicious breath when woods begin to wear the Crimson leaf and sons grow meek and the meek sons grow brief and the year smiles as it draws near its death wind of the sunny south Oh still delay in the gay woods and in the golden air like to a good old age released from care journeying in Long serenity away in such a bright lay quiet would that I might wear out life like the mid boughs and Brooks and dra yet the sunshine of kind looks and music of kind voices Evan I and when my lusts and twinkled in the glass past silently from men as thou dust pass end of poem this recording is in the public domain

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