Nantucket By William Carlos Williams (Pocket Poem)


By William Carlos Williams

Flowers through the window

Lavender and yellow

Changed by white curtains—

Smell of cleanliness—

Sunshine of late afternoon—

On the glass tray

A glass pitcher, the tumbler

Turned down, by which

A key is lying—And the

Immaculate white bed

lavendar and sunflowers

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