Summer Morn

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Summer Morn
by Robert Ervin Howard

"Summer Morn" is a 5-line poem featuring Am-ra the Ta-an, about whom a much longer, probably unfinished work was also written.

Summer Morn

Am-ra stood on a mountain height
At the break of a summer morn;
He watched in wonder the starlight fail
And the eastern scarlet flare and pale
As the flame of day was born.

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