"Indian Summer" by William Wilfred
"Indian Summer" is a poem written by William Wilfred Campbell in 1888. This is surely one of the best known and least-discussed Canadian poems - its simple and direct presentation of a series of natural images: "the blue-jay calls", "by the brook the maple leans", "sumachs on the hills", and "wild birds are flying south". These descriptive phrases refer to the central and eastern Canadian audience. The central core of the poem is to show the change during the transitional seasons of spring and fall that can give us thoughts of death and birth.
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