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A Light Load

Auhtor: Dollie Radford

Language: english

Genres:

classic
Downloads: 38
eBook size: 321Kb

Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Light Load':

... thee With lonely heart. She wound a wreath of flowers So sweet, And, while the birds still sang their song, ...
... Why she and her mother were singing there. Skies are fair when the buds are springing, When the March sun rises up fresh and strong, ...
... are in bed, What books shall I bring to you Now each little sleepy head Is tucked away on pillow white, All snug and cosy for the night. ...
... eyes clear and free, And you never will be lonely, Standing there beside the sea. A Light Load WESTLEIGH BELLS ...
... stood so cold and still, And yet within her breast, I knew lay hid a wondrous spell To open dreams too fair to tell, Where I might stay ...
... of time, Limitless worlds, and boundless space, And planets-they all are mine. A Light Load EVENING LISTEN and we ...
... around the moon, And by the stillness which enshrouds Thy presence, thou art come too soon, Too soon, for lo thy fair love Sleep Turns ...
... distant spheres, And learn the reason of our pain, And meaning of our bitter tears. Thine eyes are steadfast and I dare Their mighty ...
... and happy-eyed, Will find a way into your heart, I think, and there abide. A Light Load MY FRIEND THE tender ...
... My lyre is hanging cold and dumb, Mute with our triumph song, I have no voice now you are come, Whom I have sought so long. But ...
... move you In the poet's book? Stay not in the lazy shade With the drowsy roses Come into the woods and see Where I find my ...
... busy street Flags wave, and all the balconies Are filled, our men to greet. One night, not very long ago, I heard them marching down ...
... of all. A Light Load TO THE UNKNOWN AUTHOR OF OBITER DICTA July, 1884. THOUGH I may rest in some leafy place, ...
... with magic chain, The vagrant thoughts I chased in vain. A Light Load MY SONGS THERE is no unawakened string, ...
... air To join the dancers. They greet me, as I sit alone Upon my solitary throne, And pass politely. Yet mine ...
... And children chatter all the while, And leap the brook and climb the stile And follow after. And yet-the step of ...
... awhile As the sweet perfume of a flower. And so I watch for her nor care Which Acis tarries down the stream- Enough to see her, ...
... cloud the sun Breaks with a new unnumbered day And now His watching is all done- The night has passed away. He turns toward the dawn, ...
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