A Lovely Day
| A Lovely Day
written by William Henry Davies
|From "My Garden", 1933||Link to further information|
A cloudless path from East to West,
Undimmed, and shining still -
The Sun has died as he was born,
And only changed his hill.
What words can praise him for this day,
To show my joy and pride -
But that I'd give my life for it,
And die, as he has died.
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