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A Lover Diary Vol 2

Auhtor: Gilbert Parker

Language: english

Genres:

poetry
Downloads: 345
eBook size: 334Kb

Review by C. F. Hill, January 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Lover Diary Vol 2':

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Excerpts from the Book 'A Lover Diary Vol 2':


... August, 2004 [EBook #6273]. [This file was first posted on November 21, 2002]. START OF THE EBOOK LOVER'S DIARY, PARKER, V2***. >. A LOVER'S ...
... 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 bride, ...
... CITADEL. A night wind-swept and bound about with blee. Of Erebus all light and cheer within. White restless hands that falter, then begin. To ...
... the Lord's garden saying: This is sent. For thine espousal, thou the undefiled. And it shall bloom till all be consummate.. Lo, then ...
... away,. Thou who first raised the sword, Who gave the hilt Into the hand of man. This blood they spilt-. Our fathers-oh, blot out the bitter day. Erase ...
... have cast their glory on the earth,. Thy foot hath touched it, and thine hour of birth Didst give a new pulse to the veins of song. Better to stand ...
... on my sullen woundings laid the balm. Of thy life's sweetness. Oh, let my love be worth. The keeping. My head beneath thy palm,. Once more I ...
... caught their wonder then the skies were rent With quivering sound, with passion's liberty. So have I stood before this parting day,. With chilly ...
... that I can make. No lien large enough to overtake. Its value-and before it I am dumb. Yet, O my gracious, most kind creditor,. I would ...
... MORNING NOW. 'Tis morning now, and dreams and fears are gone,. And sleep has calmed the fever in my veins,. And I am strong to drink the ...
... agony. But now between the warring strings there grows. A space of peace, as 'tween truce-honoured foes. THE THOUSAND THINGS. Here one by one ...
... close-shut eyes with her again I float. Upon the Loire I see the gems she wore,. The ruby shining at her queenly throat. I climb with her again ...
... the gale. That makes the avalanche to pass us by,. And saith, I overcome to man's I fail.. And peradventure now, said I, the zest. Of ...
... from restlessness and sin,. To heights that else we had not reached and thus. We find the Heaven we dared not hope to win. How clearer seem ...
... said, how fare you in the night.. In body ill, but 'tis no matter, friend,. Strong is my soul to keep me to the end.. DISTRUST not a woman nor ...
... Now is mine hour. To every man his day. GOOD WAS THE FIGHT. How have I toiled, how have I set my face. Fair to the swords. No man could say I quailed. Ne'er ...
... there was no cause,. Your words proud, sorrowful, as it beseems. Such as thou art. There never was a cause. Why you should honour me. Ashamed ...
... bowed. Her own soul and another's to endure. She smote the being more to her than all,-. Her own soul and the world,-a truth to hold,. Faith ...
... was I crowned. Dear fool, upon a stone. That standeth where Earth's arches make but one,. Where all the banners of her soul were flown,. And ...
... pressed lips, and so clasped hands again. No words. But as the proud wind fills the sail,. My love to yours shall reach, then one deep moan. Of ...