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Ted Kooser Quotes (Author of Delights and Shadows)

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A Birthday Poem By Ted kooser

A Birthday Poem by Ted ktechrebate.com past dawn the sun standswith its heavy red headin a black stanchion of trees. Page.

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In the poem, Ted Kooser gives another touch of his abiding interest in the versatility of life. He compares the rise and set of the sun with the cycle of life. He emphasizes on cherishing the moments and memories with life with a touch of nostalgia. Just past dawn, the sun stands with its heavy red head in a black stanchion of trees, waiting for someone to come with his bucket for the foamy white light, and then a long day in the pasture. I too spend my days grazing, feasting on every green moment till darkness calls, and with the others I walk away into the night, swinging the little tin bell of my name.

In the poem, Ted Kooser gives another touch of his abiding interest in the versatility of life. He compares the rise and set of the sun with the cycle of life.
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Which is precisely what U. - Just past dawn, the sun stands with its heavy red head in a black stanchion of trees, waiting for someone to come with his bucket for the foamy white light, and then a long day in the pasture. I too spend my days grazing, feasting on every green moment till darkness calls, and with the others I walk away into the night, swinging the little tin bell of my name.

If it's your birthday, read this poem by Ted Kooser. If it's not, read this poem by Ted Kooser. I could easily have switched on a lamp, but I wanted to ride this day down into night,. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Email or Phone Password Forgot account?

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