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Lowly lives, with lofty longings and other poems.
John H. Macintyre
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|Number of Pages||165|
From younger eyes, a book forbid, And poetry, (or good or bad, A single book was all we had,) Where Ellwood’s meek, drab-skirted Muse, A stranger to the heathen Nine, Sang, with a somewhat nasal whine, The wars of David and the Jews. At last the floundering carrier bore The village paper to our door. Lo! broadening outward as we read. Other Online Stores. Amazon Kindle “Poems of Love and Letting Go” is a collection of poems by Jocelyn Soriano about the joys and the sorrows of falling in love – the bliss of finding true love and the pain of letting it go. Where tears may not be enough, let these poems speak for you as they unmask the deepest longings of your heart.
The Manor House and Other Poems Of heavy, slow, Rialto market-boats, Adown the broad and misty highway, lit With moonbeams and the far-strown light of lamps, Following the track of vanished gondolas: The flutter of a fig-leaf in the wind, A faded fig-leaf, flapping faded walls, With faded, crumbling, delicate sculpture-crusts: The voice of. For though she is lowly, her life is sweet; And I envy the lily, for she is glad, And knows not the longings that make me sad." A maiden sat where the pansies grew, In a golden shower of light; And she heard the words of the sighing rose, Borne near in the wind's swift flight. "Ah, rose!" she cried, "I am like to you;.
The clouds upon the mountains rest; A gloom is on the autumn day; But down the valley, in the west, The hidden sunlight breaks its way— A light lies on the farther hills. Forget thy sorrow, heart of mine! Tho' shadows fall and fades the leaf, Somewhere is joy, tho' 't is not thine; The power that sent can heal thy grief; And light lies on the farther hills. I hear the lofty paeans Of the masters of the shell, Who heard the starry music And recount the numbers well; Olympian bards who sung Divine Ideas below, Which always find us young And always keep us so. Oft, in streets or humblest places, I detect far-wandered graces, Which, from Eden wide astray, In lowly homes have lost their way.
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BY THE REV. JOHN KEBLE. CASSELL & COMPANY, Limited: LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK & MELBOURNE. INTRODUCTION. John Keble, two years older than his friend Dr. Arnold of Rugby, three years older than Thomas Carlyle, and nine years older than John Henry Newman, was born inat Fairford in was born in his father’s parsonage, and educated at home by.
The lowly duties of the day, And all which makes and keeps us low, Which teaches us ourselves to know, That we, who do our lineage high Draw from beyond the starry sky, Are yet upon the other side To earth and to its dust allied. Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, *And, departing, leave behind us Footsteps on the sands of time ; Whene'er the answer was closed, and as oft as they named the Redeemer, Lowly louted the boys, and lowly the maidens all courtesied' VOICES OF THE NIGHT AND OTHER POEMS.
BY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW. It was!–On earth no other eye Could give thee back thine infancy. No other voice could pierce the maze Where, deep within thy breast, The sounds and dreams of other days With memory lay at rest; No other smile to thee could bring A gladd'ning, like the breath of spring.
[Page ] Yet, while thy place of. In the Old Colony days, in Plymouth the land of the Pilgrims, To and fro in a room of his simple and primitive dwelling, Clad in doublet and hose, and boots of Cordovan leather, Strode, with a martial air, Miles Standish the Puritan Captain.
Whom Saint Gregory saw, and exclaimed, "Not Angles, but. FOREWORD. When Confucius died, it is recorded that his last words were regrets that none among the rulers then living possessed the sagacity requisite to a proper appreciation of his ethical philosophy and teachings.
He died unhonoured,—died in his seventy-third year, bc, feeling in the flickering beats of his failing heart that his inspiring pleas for truth and justice, industry and.
THE BOOK OF ECCLESIASTES EXPLAINED. BY JAMES M. MACDONALD, D.D., PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY. It is not the Expectation of living that makes Men infer the Reasonableness or Necessity of a Judgment, but the reasonableness and natural Expectation of Judgment which makes them infer the Necessity and Reality of a future Life.—SHERLOCK’S SERMONS, vol.
i., p. The active night of the senses involves our own effort, supported by grace, to mortify the inordinate desires of the senses (St John of the Cross often uses the phrase, “mortification of the appetites”).All the things we outwardly or secretly love and desire, which prevent us from setting our hearts on God, like creature wealth and selfish sensual pleasures, need to be put to rest, as.
The first half of the book is chiefly didactic, while the latter half contains love lyrics, which in freshness of fancy and sweetness of melody rival the productions of Goethe’s best years.
A few of these poems were written by Marianne Willemer, the wife of a merchant in Frankfort, and. A sprig of mint by the wayward brook, A nibble of birch in the wood, A summer day, and love, and a book, And I wouldn't be a king if I could.
—John Vance Cheney. The way to make thy son rich is to fill His mind with rest before his trunk with riches: For wealth without contentment climbs a hill To feel those tempests which fly over ditches.
Page 1 ~A BAILADS AND OTHER POEMS. only, at boon, they are pale and wan, and in the southern sky a red, fiery glow, as of sunset, burns along the horizon, and then goes out.
And pleasantly under the silver moon, and under the silent, solemn stars, ring the steelshoes of the skaters on the frozen sea, and voices, and the sound of bells. Page [unnumbered] POEMS RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH AUTHOR OF " TIHE STUDY OF WORDS"-" ENGLISH, PAST AND PRESENT"'-" LESSONG ON PlROVRBS' -" SYNONYMS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT" —' N," ETC REDFIELD 34 BEEKMAN STREET, NEW YORK Page [unnumbered] Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the yearBY J.
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Nor this alone—but, pausing on the road.The thirteen poems which follow, beginning with "Experience," were selected by Mr. Emerson from the mottoes of the Essays, of which they—all but two—bear the names, for publication in May-Day and Other Pieces in He there called the group "Elements.".Full text of "The home book of verse, American and English, " See other formats.