April 23, 2018
By Daniel Leach
This concludes a third in the series of poems, based on the poet's journey to Niagara Falls. Parts 1 & 2 can be found here.
Father Hennepin stood on the bank of the river
That rushes in torrents beside the peace of the forest,
Beside him, the Indian guide stood looking i...
April 16, 2018
This is the second in a series of poems on the poet's journey to Niagara Falls. See part one.
Again I sit, as I sat long ago,
Upon a rock, among the delicate ferns,
While all around, the rushing waters flow
In violent, impetuous heaves and churns,
April 9, 2018
You will find below the first installment of three Niagara poems written during the poet's journey. A new one will be posted on each following Monday morning.
Soft, cool Northern Summer morning,
You often greet my eyes in pleasant dreams,
Old friend, who whispered to me...
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