Ralph Waldo Emerson

“The South-wind brings
Life, sunshine and desire,
And on every mount and meadow
Breathes aromatic fire;
But over the dead he has no power,
The lost, the lost, he cannot restore;
And, looking over the hills, I mourn
The darling who shall not return.”


Ralph Waldo Emerson
tags: death, poetry
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