Read by Gideon Wagner, Ghizela Rowe & Richard Mitchley (Unabridged 1hr 23mins)
Featuring poems by John Milton, William Morris, John Donne, Sara Teasdale, John Keats & others.
The night begins its surrender to the first gleamings of the day.
The day falls into the inky embrace of night.
Within these two periods Nature interplays light and dark creating magical glancing rays and soft somnolent blankets of ever-changing coloured light.
Dawn, sunrise, Dusk, twilight, sunset. We are held in captive awe as the fruit of the sun waxes and wanes….wanes and waxes.
Our classic poets, with their imagination and word-play, capture these times in wondrous verse.