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A Lover Diary Vol 1

Auhtor: Gilbert Parker

Language: english

Genres:

poetry
Downloads: 43
eBook size: 308Kb

Review by Beth Cholette, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Lover Diary Vol 1':

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Excerpts from the Book 'A Lover Diary Vol 1':


... 2002]. START OF THE EBOOK A LOVER'S DIARY, PARKER, V1***. >. A LOVER'S DIARY. By Gilbert Parker. Volume 1. CONTENTS. Volume 1. THE VISION. ABOVE ...
... dogma, and formula, but breaking loose from the environment which smothered it. The price it pays for the revelation is a hopeless love informed by ...
... varying quantity. Sometimes two or three were written in a week, and then no more would be written for several weeks or maybe months, and it is clearly ...
... of the Cross Roads lead me out,. And point to every corner of the sky,. And say, Thy feet shall follow in the trail. Of every tribe and thou shalt ...
... a summer-song,. Blown from the throat of some sweet nightingale. I stand within her light the whole day long,. And think upon her till the white ...
... social duties such as fill the days. Of women then a thing that undergirds. The phrases like a psalm: a line that reads-. I wish that ...
... if they chanced to come. I am her shield I would that I might prove. How dear I hold the lady of my love. WHEN thou makest a voyage to the ...
... does it matter, if but in the way. One hand clasps ours, one heart believes us true One understands the work we try to do,. And strives ...
... sun has kissed. Strike white hands softly 'gainst the rocky heads. So calm the world, so still the city lies,. So warm the haze that spreads ...
... kings. What is it but to carry union through. Thoughts alien to thoughts kindred, and to merge. The lines of colour that should not diverge,. And ...
... my sovereign, kneel to thee and say,. It all is thine thou showedst me the way.. DENIAL. But is it so that I must never kiss. Thee on the ...
... search for forgotten springs. Ye fan the breeze that turns the moulded page,. And carry back the soul to ardent things. Poor payment can I ...
... and the window-bar. Until I slept, and made my sleep more mild. Was it thy influence outreaching then. To me, o'er untrod years, o'er varying ...
... gave. WHEN FIRST I SAW THEE. When first I saw thee, lady, straightway came. The thought that somehow, somewhere, destiny,. Through blinding paths ...
... sit and spin. We cannot tell what Good is, or what Sin,. Or why old faiths in mist of pain dissolve. We only can stand watchful in the way,. Waiting ...
... knew. The noble spirits of an antique time. As any poets fashion in their rhyme,. Or angels whisper down the shadeless blue. The priceless gifts ...
... honours fall,. And praises clamorous shall make for all. Thy strivings rich amends. If in my ears. Thou saidst, I love thee. I would straightway ...
... me joy. They gave me reverence for all who pace. The world with hands raised, evil to destroy,. Who live but for the honour of their race. They ...
... for all of us. You cannot tear the laurels from his brow. He lives above your idle vaunts and fears,. Enthroned where all master souls stand ...
... English and is generally considered in the United States an American man of letters.... >>read more<