by: Donald Evans (1884-1921)
- NE dusk
thy image for all time I caught,--
- Thou stoodst before me whitely garmentless,
- Thine eyes were flame and thy arms opened wide,
- While thy red mouth made sound deliriously.
- Thy tender flesh I gathered to my side
- Until thy heart against my heart did press,
- And in thy nubile body's mystery
- I found the speechless joy I sought!
POEMS BY DONALD EVANS
"Resemblance" is reprinted
from Discords. Donald Evans. Philadelphia: Brown Brothers,