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Macmillan, 1884 - Poetry - 136 pages
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Page 38 - The prophetic and inspired side of Silenus is often rendered with considerable fire and poetic beauty, of which the curse on Pan offers a fair example : ' ' Again Silenus cried, ' Accursed go, Lost in thy solitude, thou never more Shalt taste the freshess of the summer wind ; Shalt know but hate in ever-burning brain ; Rage and destruction bearing no delight. Thy bitterest disgust, that life's increase Surpasses thy persistence to destroy. Faithful, unshrinking Death, whose outstretch'd hand, Soothing...
Page 53 - Of fated lovers who had lost their loves And wandered

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