Stanley Kunitz-I met this guy.

Stanley Kunitz in his garden. Image from 'The Wild Braid.

William Wilfred Campbell was a Canadian poet. He is often classed as one of the country's Confederation Poets, a group that included fellow Canadians Charles G.D. Roberts, Bliss Carman, Archibald Lampman, and Duncan Campbell Scott; he was a colleague of Lampman and Scott.

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - Poet William Wilfred Campbell (Canadian), Sagas of Vaster Britain, 1914

Indian Summer, by William Wildred Campbell  Along the line of smoky hills  The crimson forest stands,  And all the day the blue-jay calls Throughout the autumn lands.  Now by the brook the maple leans  With all his glory spread,  And all the sumachs on the hills  Have turned their green to red.  Now by great marshes wrapt in mist,  Or past some river’s mouth,  Throughout the long, still autumn day  Wild birds are flying south

Great Mix of Beautiful Stone Work and God's Work!

William Wilfred Campbell.     Along the line of smoky hills   The crimson forest stands,   And all the day the blue-jay calls   Throughout the autumn lands.    Now by the brook the maple leans   With all his glory spread,   And all the sumachs on the hills   Have turned their green to red.

William Wilfred Campbell. Along the line of smoky hills The crimson forest stands, And all the day the blue-jay calls Throughout the autumn lands. Now by the brook the maple leans With all his glory spread, And all the sumachs on the hills Have turned their green to red.

William Wilfred Campbell - The Collected Poems. Please take the time a read the poems "Canada" yes there are two both are very good!

William Wilfred Campbell - The Collected Poems of Wilfred Campbell - Confederation Poets

Mordred & Hildebrand: William Wilfred Campbell

Mordred & Hildebrand: William Wilfred Campbell

Canadian Folksong - Poem by William Wilfred Campbell * While singeth the kettle on the fire.   Margery, Margery, make the tea,   Singeth the kettle merrily.

Canadian Folksong Poem by William Wilfred Campbell - Poem Hunter

Canadian Folksong - Poem by William Wilfred Campbell * While singeth the kettle on the fire. Margery, Margery, make the tea, Singeth the kettle merrily.

The Dryad - William Wilfred Campbell

The Dryad - William Wilfred Campbell

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