And these were the joys of that house: To which he has now returned. The day of course is fine And a grown-up voice cries Play!http://thrivedentalplan.ascensiondental.com/damon-and-pythias-a-play-in-five-acts.php
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The mallet slowly swings, Then crack, a great gong booms from the dog-dark hall and the ball Skims forward through the hoop and then through the next and then Through hoops where no hoops were and each dissolves in turn And the grass has grown head-high and an angry voice cries Play! But the ball is lost and the mallet slipped long since from the hands Under the running tap that are not the hands of a child. Through hoops where no hoops were and each dissolves in turn And the grass has grown head-high and an angry voice cries Play!
Louis MacNeice looks back at his childhood and plays it into adulthood which no longer plays this game. Poems by Louis Macneice: Soap Suds - Poem by Louis Macneice. Poems by Nissim Ezekiel: Soap - Poem by Nissim Ezekiel.
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