Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley

English poet (B:1792-08-04 - D:1822-07-08)

Poems Comments

Fragment: Sufficient Unto The Day

Is not to-day enough? Why do I peer
Into the darkness of the day to come?
Is not to-morrow even as yesterday?
And will the day that follows change thy doom?
Few flowers grow upon thy wintry way;
And who waits for thee in that cheerless home
Whence thou hast fled, whither thou must return
Charged with the load that makes thee faint and mourn?

Poem topics: ,

Rate this poem:

Add Fragment: Sufficient Unto The Day poem to your favorites

Add Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley to your favorites

Popular Poets

Anne Kingsmill Finch (1 poems)
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon (0 poems)
Katherine Tynan (2 poems)
Mum Latibu (0 poems)
Tan Pratonix (0 poems)
Sir Philip Sidney (40 poems)
Hajat Nana (0 poems)
Frederic Lawrence Knowles (2 poems)
George Moses Horton (2 poems)
Jessie Mackay (3 poems)

Popular Poems

Encore, by Anonymous Americas
The Only Child, by Katharine Tynan
The Pond, by John Freeman
Beechwoods At Knole, by Victoria Sackville-West
Waiting, by George MacDonald
Eros, by Algernon Charles Swinburne
May, by John Shaw Neilson
The Child Year, by George Parsons Lathrop
A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist. To The Honourable My Cousin A[nne] L[ovelace], by Richard Lovelace
On The Garden Wall, by Vachel Lindsay