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A Lover Diary

Auhtor: Gilbert Parker

Language: english

Genres:

poetry
Downloads: 146
eBook size: 360Kb

Review by Joanna Daneman, December 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Lover Diary':

Kramer S. Stone and Kimball

Excerpts from the Book 'A Lover Diary':


... Parker. Title: A Lover's Diary, Complete. Author: Gilbert Parker. Release Date: August, 2004 [EBook #6274]. [This file was first posted ...
... repentance and despair I felt after Messrs. Stone and Kimball had published the book in exquisite form with a beautiful frontispiece by Will H. Low. ...
... leaps up, as to a sudden sound. A long-lost traveller, when, by her grace,. I learn of her life's sweetness face to face,. And sweep the chords ...
... my shoulder touch to-night. Soft act, faint touch, no meaning did it bear. To any save myself, who felt the air. Of a new feeling cross my soul's ...
... warm the haze that spreads o'er everything. And yet where, there, Peace sits as Lord and King, Havoc will reign when next the sun shall rise. The ...
... wave its golden wand at sin's duress,. And say, Ah me. ah me. to fallow crime. Nay, Art serves Truth, and Truth with Titan blows, Strikes ...
... I saw when, as a child,. Night after night I watched one quiet star. Shine 'tween my curtain and the window-bar. Until I slept, and made my sleep ...
... like some traveller in a deep defile. I walked in darkness even through the day:. Until at last the hands of Circumstance. Pointed the hour ...
... his name spoken, turns and greets. With wondering joy a friend of other days. As in the pause that comes between the sound. And recognition, all ...
... with wine of endless years,. And greet him one with them. O brotherhood. Of envious dullards, ye are wroth with good. THE ANOINTED ONES. Why, ...
... little reck. Of all, save but the idol of his soul,. Seeks not his loving ardour to control. Mark how he proudly treads the whitened deck. My ...
... cry, Oh, wipe the gloomy stain away,. Thou who first raised the sword, Who gave the hilt Into the hand of man. This blood they spilt-. Our fathers-oh, ...
... hand, Set here and there a beacon in the land. THE CHALICE. Not by my power alone, but thou and I. Together thinking, working, loving on. Achievement-wards, ...
... from the maze. Of many conflicts, must our converse end. Across the empty space that now shall spread. Between us, shall I never go to thee. Or ...
... is more fortunate. than one who hath a cup-bearer. -Egyptian Proverb. SO, THOU ART GONE. So, thou art gone and I am left to wear. Thy ...
... amethyst. And through the varying waste of elements. There passed a sail, which caught the opposing wind, Triumphant, as an army in its ...
... none interprets it. ARARAT. What marvel that the soul of youth should cry,. Man builds his temples 'tween me and the face. Of Him whom I ...
... shine. Within your eyes, I read it and I know. And when those hands ran up along my arm,. And rested on my shoulder for a space,. A sacred ...
... hath mocked, The fool our woe upon us hath unlocked. From where the soul holds to our lips the glass,. To see what breath of life. O fool, poor fool,. Well, ...
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