Thursday, May 26, 2011

Lilacs and Lace

From Dymphna's Well. And here is an excerpt from the poem "Lilacs" by our own Amy Lowell:

May is lilac here in New England,
May is a thrush singing "Sun up!" on a tip-top ash-tree,
May is white clouds behind pine-trees
Puffed out and marching upon a blue sky.
May is a green as no other,
May is much sun through small leaves,
May is soft earth,
And apple-blossoms,
And windows open to a South wind.
May is full light wind of lilac
From Canada to Narragansett Bay.
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3 comments:

tubbs said...

WOW ! What a still-life. Who is the artist? (And does anyone know the name of the Daulton figurine?) great composition.

elena maria vidal said...

The artist is Anne Morton according to Dymphna's Well.

Dymphna said...

Thanks SO much for pointing out this poem! I should have used it for my Poetry Wednesday post!

I love lilacs and I love this painting.