Steps Of Passing Ghosts

from Autumn by Red Deer Sleeping

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Original poem by Adelaide Crapsey.


Listen. .
With faint dry sound,
Like steps of passing ghosts,
The leaves, frost-crisp'd, break from the trees
And fall.

If it
Were lighter touch
Than petal of flower resting
On grass, oh still too heavy it were,
Too heavy

Just now,
Out of the strange
Still dusk ... as strange, as still...
A white moth flew.


from Autumn, released November 16, 2017


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Red Deer Sleeping sings elemental nature inspired songs on ukulele and cuatro, based on poems by the imagist poets of the early 20th Century - Amy Lowell, D H Lawrence, T.E. Hulme; Victorian & Romantic poets - A.E. Housman & Christina Rossetti; and Haiku. ... more

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