Miscellaneous moods in verse: one hundred and one poems with illustrations

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P.E. Sargent, 1914 - 132 pages
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Page xxvii - In every age and under every clime, The memory of the Dead ; Or from the gnawing tooth of Time, Save the frail body, whence that Life has fled. Is it Men feel that Death is something real? Something that will endure, — and are they sure That after Death's...
Page v - How fondly round my heart are curled The clinging tendrils of this dear old World, — How beautiful its maidens fair and lithe, — How sweet their smiles, and dimpled laughter blithe.
Page xxxiii - Leaving but twilight dim o'er beach and bay Where only deadly Sirens stay, — and the sea moans, While they sing and play with dead men's bones.
Page xxx - Even while gazing at the starry sky, Comes to his ears the agonizing cry Of thousands of victims as they die.

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