A Weathering of Years

A Weathering of Years
June 2015
Poetry

Here green-leafed memories invade the mind;
Here our young profuse acts luxuriate;
And then leaf-fallen times can be defined;
And then the old, snow-fallen thoughts await.

These poems explore our ages by the season:
Child’s adventure in untidy garden
With its ancient, stooped gardener; young poet
Begging in Seattle; celebrations
Of birth, birthdays and of deaths; old Ibsens,
Restless in their solace; backyard elegy;
And more beside, all etched in shifting verse.

Author(s)

Carl Hare

Carl Hare

As well as having had a distinguished career in professional theatre and at various universities, Carl Hare has spent the past twenty years writing. His play The Eagle and the Tiger has been successfully produced and is in the archives of the National Library of Norway.