Poems by Conrad Aiken

Poems by Conrad Aiken

Nocturne of Remembered Spring, by Conrad Aiken

I Moonlight silvers the ghostly tops of trees,
Moonlight whitens the lilac-shadowed wall;

Parasitics: To Certain Poets, by Conrad Aiken

Who are you, now, that thus presume
To come with candle to my gloom?
Think you your candle-ti...

The Rejection, by Conrad Aiken

Sitting in a café, and watching her reflection
Smoke a cigarette, or drinking coffee,

Rose and Murray, by Conrad Aiken

After the movie, when the lights come up,
He takes her powdered hand behind the wings;
She, ...