Notes on the Firth
NOTES ON THE FIRTH.
|I. — FROM A FOURTH-PAIR WINDOW.|
The sky is dappled blue with clouds that stray.
|II. — AT QUEENSFERRY.|
The blackbird sang, the skies were clear and clean.
|III. — RAIN.|
The sky saggs low with convoluted cloud.
|IV. — TWILIGHT.|
The sunset's roses faint and fain decline.
|William Ernest Henley.|