Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Winter Nights: December 8, 2015

December Moon by Craig Sargent
But what after all is one night? A short space, especially when the darkness dims so soon, and so soon a bird sings, a cock crows, or a faint green quickens, like a turning leaf, in the hollow of the wave. Night, however, succeeds to night. The winter holds a pack of them in store and deals them equally, they darken. Some of them hold aloft clear planets, plates of brightness.

To the Lighthouse (131)

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