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A Father Of Women

Auhtor: Alice Meynell

Language: english
Published: 1917

Genres:

poetry
Downloads: 23
eBook size: 471Kb

Review by Timothy B. Riley, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Father Of Women':

... Two Shakespeare Tercentenaries 18. To O-, of her Dark Eyes 19. The Treasure ...
... though he left no son. Therefore on him I cry. To arm me: For my delicate mind a casque,. A breastplate for my heart, courage to die,. Of ...
... too, you had of your far-distant dawn. No further dawn seems his,. The old man who shares with you,. But has no more, no more. Time's mystery. Did ...
... can do:. He has had infancy. And all his dreams, and all. His loves for mighty Nature, sweet and few,. Are but the dwindling past he can recall. Of ...
... met the Immortal Dead. SUMMER IN ENGLAND, 1914. On London fell a clearer light. Caressing pencils of the sun. Defined the distances, the white. Houses ...
... TINTORETTO IN VENICE. The Art of Painting had in the Primitive years looked with the lightnot towards itBefore Tintoretto's datehowevermany ...
... and those halo-misted dyes. Thou Cloud, the bridegroom's friend. (The bridegroom sun). Master, we know thy sign:. A mystery of hues world-without-end. And ...
... childhood all the way. What Middle Ages passionate,. O passionless voice. What distant bells. Lodged in the hills, what palace state. Illyrian. ...
... seen. That cradle, marked those labours, closed that earth. O first, O last, O infinite between. Now that my life has shared. Thy dedicated ...
... thy dark-bright eyes. Was it a century or two. This lovely darkness rose and set,. Occluded by grey eyes and blue,. And Nature feigning to ...
... eyes had wept. What does fear cherish that it locks so well. What fortress is thus kept. Of what is ignorant terror sentinel. And pain in the ...
... in the park:. Where are the Higher Powers, who know our need. And leave us in the dark. There are no Higher Powers there is no heart. In ...
... cherished, grappled to that heart. -To be alone the Sacrificed. O Thou who lovest to redeem,. One whom I know lies sore oppressed. Thou wilt ...
... my trespasses,. Abjured but not disowned. I'll not accuse. Determinism, nor, as the Master {26} says,. Charge even the poor Deuce.. Under my ...
... sin's disease in saints. Not these defeat the mind. For great is that abjection, and august. That irony. Submissive we shall find. A splendour ...
... women filled His way. Until that noon of sombre sky. On Friday, clamour and display. Smote Him no solitude had He,. No silence, since Gethsemane. Public ...
... the first being The Road of Dreams in January 1925. It was published in October 1973 at the same time as the novel Postern of Fate, the final work ...
... Blatty's novels, from Which Way To Mecca, Jack? (1959) to Elsewhere (2009).Almeida Garrett : Frei Luiz De SousaS'o (Alone), published in Paris in ...
... Mee, and published by the Educational Book Company, a subsidiary of Amalgamated Press of London. It was published from 1908 to 1964. Walter M. Jackson's ...
... as the colour of life. But the... >>read more<