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A Century Of Roundels

Auhtor: Algernon Charles Swinburne

Language: english

Genres:

drama,  poetry
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Review by Joanna Daneman, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Century Of Roundels':

v. 1. Poems and ballads (first series)--v. 2. Songs before sunrise and songs of two nations.--v. 3. Poems

Excerpts from the Book 'A Century Of Roundels':


... we don't know ANYTHING about how. to make them tax-deductible, or. even if they CAN be made deductible,. and don't have the staff ...
... float us. Goodnight and goodbye. A time is for mourning, a season for grief to sigh. But were we not fools and blind, by day to devote us. As ...
... from the glasses. Held in their hands as they pass among their peers. Lights that are shadows, as ghosts on graveyard grasses,. Moving on paths ...
... mean for sceptre's heft or swordblade's hilt. Some low sweet roof where love might live, set free. From change and fear and dreams of grief ...
... for us than inland ways might be. A clearer sense of nearer heaven was felt. Above the sea. III. Cliffs and downs and headlands which the ...
... of the living light that all too soon. Three months bade wane. Cold autumn, wan with wrath of wind and rain,. Saw pass a soul sweet as the sovereign ...
... whose uttered word laid bare. The world's great heart. III. From the depths of the sea, from the wellsprings of earth, from the wastes of the ...
... little soul. Our thoughts ring sad as bells that toll,. Not knowing beyond this blind world's girth. What things are writ in heaven's ...
... an angel and a little child,. Whose loss bows down to weep upon his bier. The song that smiled. ONE OF TWAIN. One of twain, twin-born ...
... yet by dawn impearled. Match, even in loveliest lands,. The sweetest flowers in all the world -. A baby's hands. III. A baby's eyes, ...
... and Humber. Three times thrice,. Fogs have swoln too thick for steel to slice,. Cloud and mud have soiled with grime and umber. Earth and heaven, ...
... adieu. Each year that we live shall we sing it anew,. With a water untravelled before us for sailing. And a water behind us that wrecks may bestrew. The ...
... two that beheld, as a gleam that before them glided,. Light love in a mist. THREE FACES. I.-VENTIMIGLIA. The sky and sea glared hard and ...
... but St. Mark. Ruled here the ways that showed it like a dream. Out of the dark. EROS. Eros, from rest in isles far-famed,. With rising ...
... as the mouth which felt death's wave o'erflow it. Ages ago. A LANDSCAPE BY COURBET. Low lies the mere beneath the moorside, still. And glad of ...
... a dead stark-stricken dove:. None that pass by him pause to mark. Dead love. His heart, that strained and yearned and strove. As toward the sundawn ...
... other:. How should I living fear to call thee dead. My brother. 'INSULARUM OCELLE'. Sark, fairer than aught in the world that the lit skies cover, ...
... known from depth to height. Lower than dive the thoughts of spirit-stricken fear in souls forecasting. Hell, the deep void seems to yawn beyond fear's ...
... to sea,. Frail pale wings for the winds to try,. Small white wings that we scarce can see. Fly. Here and there may a chance-caught eye. Note ...
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