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complete poetical works.

Edited with notes by J. Logie Robertson.

by Thomas Campbell

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsRobertson, J. Logie 1846-1922.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR4410 A2 1907
The Physical Object
Pagination376p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13521095M

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For with my darling went the joy Of complete poetical works. book woods and meadows brown; I came to hate the little town; It seemed as if the sun went down With him, my only darling boy. Rumor points him as some astronomical sage, Re-perusing by day the celestial page; But the reader, sagacious, will recognize Brown, Trying vainly to conjure his lost sweetheart down, And learn the stern moral this story must teach, That Genius may lift its love out of its reach. And so in mountain solitudes--o'ertaken As by some spell divine-- Their cares dropped from them like the needles shaken From out the gusty pine. It was the middle of the night: The wind, it shifted west-by-south,-- It piled high up the harbor mouth; The marshes, black with summer drouth, Were all abroad with sea-foam white. Shorter works served to give me an appreciation of a seasoned, kinder, gentler time.


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Twice five years Or less I might have seen, when first my mind With conscious pleasure opened to the charm Of words in tuneful order, found them sweet For their own 'sakes', a passion, and a power; And phrases pleased me chosen for delight, For pomp, or love. Lost is that camp and wasted all its fire; And he who wrought that spell?

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Complete Poetical Works by Alfred Lord Tennyson

All the dreams that have flown since that day, All the hopes in that time passed away, Old friend, I've been drinking with you! Full early trained to worship seemliness, This model of a child is never known To mix in quarrels; that were far beneath Its dignity; with gifts he bubbles o'er As generous complete poetical works.

book a fountain; selfishness May not come near him, nor the little throng Of flitting pleasures tempt him from his path; The wandering beggars propagate his name, Dumb creatures find him tender as a nun, And natural or supernatural fear, Unless it leap upon him in a dream, Touches him not.

Hence am I checked: but let me boldly complete poetical works. book, In gratitude, and for the sake of truth, Unheard by her, that she, not falsely taught, Fetching her goodness rather from times past, Than shaping novelties for times to come, Had no presumption, no such jealousy, Nor did by habit of her complete poetical works.

book mistrust Our nature, but had virtual faith that He Who fills the mother's breast with innocent milk, Doth also for our nobler part provide, Under His great correction and control, As innocent instincts, and as innocent food; Or draws, for minds that are left free to trust In the simplicities of opening life, Sweet honey out of spurned or dreaded weeds.

And knowledge, rightly honoured with that name-- Knowledge not purchased by the loss of power! Ah, well, it DOES seem that I must Have been dreaming just now when you spoke, Or lost, very like, in the dust Of the years that slow fashioned the crust On that bottle whose seal you last broke.

Most, if not all, of the specimens issued in my articles have since been reprinted by different editors and publishers, but the present is the first occasion on which all the pieces referred to have been garnered into one sheaf. Enow there are on earth to take in charge Their wives, their children, and their virgin loves, Or whatsoever else the heart holds dear; Enow to stir for these; yea, will I say, Contemplating in soberness the approach Of an event so dire, by signs in earth Or heaven made manifest, that I could share That maniac's fond anxiety, and go Upon like errand.

Early died My honoured Mother, she who was the heart And hinge of all our learnings and our loves: She left us destitute, and, as we might, Trooping together.

At this stage of his life, Wordsworth's political beliefs had strayed from liberal to staunchly conservative. This block will remain in place until legal guidance changes. These introductory remarks mean to locate the scholarly context in which this edition appears, and to explain what seem to me the significant features of the edition, and how the student may best use it.

Why, gifted with such powers to send abroad Her spirit, must it lodge in shrines so frail? Yet wherefore speak?

O lion's whelp, that hidest fast In jungle growth of spire and mast!

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