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Two Poems

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Two Poems by Henry Rutgers Conger is a collection of poems that showcases the poet's introspective and contemplative style. The first poem delves into themes of love and longing, with vivid imagery and emotional depth that captures the complexity of human relationships. The second poem explores the beauty of nature and the fleeting nature of life, painting a moving picture of the passage of time.

Conger's mastery of language is evident throughout the collection, as he weaves together words with precision and grace. His poems evoke a sense of nostalgia and melancholy, prompting readers to reflect on their own experiences and emotions. The imagery in each poem is both evocative and poignant, creating a lasting impact on the reader.

Overall, Two Poems by Henry Rutgers Conger is a poignant and thought-provoking collection that showcases the poet's talent and skill. Each poem offers a glimpse into the depths of the human experience, leaving readers with a sense of wonder and introspection. Conger's exploration of love, nature, and the passage of time is both moving and captivating, making this collection a must-read for poetry enthusiasts.

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These inspiring tributes to Williams College and its graduates were written by Henry Rutgers Conger while still a Williams student. In each of these poems we experience Conger's deep expressions of camaraderie, his devotion and gratitude to his alma mater, his aspirations for his future and that of his classmates and his profound articulation of lessons learned at Williams designed to serve him and his colleagues well in their lives and careers. Henry Rutgers Conger's own brief life ended a mere twenty-one years after his graduation. This small book of Conger's poetry, commemoratively published by his own graduating class the year following his death, is a superb tribute to the talent and potential of this poet of Williams College, which as a further honor awards the annual Henry Rutgers Conger Memorial Literary Prize to a current Williams student. - Summary by Bruce Kachuk

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