The Peaceful World
The peaceful world in early days;
in my heart, I think so.
Equally mighty fires here
do best for everything;
it’s just a matter of deciding.
With it, the afternoon really suits
the purpose to have us think.
Its occurring contributes to that sense of
Minutes now emerge very little.
What we hear does not frighten us,
because we literally have no time to feel frightened.
But in time, it produces an urgency
that we have not yet felt.
Created by Page 143 of The Hill of Summer, a novel written by Allen Drury