2 edition of Vale and other poems found in the catalog.
Vale and other poems
George William Russell
Inscribed by author
|Statement||by A. E|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
From this dull bed of languor set my spirit free, And bid me rise, and let me walk awhile with thee III Where wilt thou lead me first? Simple songs with a cadence olden— These you learned in the Forest of Arden: Friendly flowers with hearts all golden— These you borrowed from Eden's garden. A song in some exotic mode And far-off horns set hearts aquiver. Onegin, in the public's rating A court that's most discriminatingWas deemed a bright, if stuffy, chap. His style reached the apogee of maturity, technical skill, and imaginativeness.
Thou, from thy mountain-hold, All day, in tranquil wisdom, looking down On distant scenes of human toil and strife, All night, with eyes aware of loftier Vale and other poems book, Uplooking to the sky, where stars are sown, Dost watch the everlasting fields grow white Unto the harvest of the sons of light, And welcome to thy dwelling-place sublime The few strong souls that dare to climb The slippery crags and find thee on the height. For more information, check out Digging Into Book Value. Chorus hymeneal Matched with thine would be all But an empty vaunt, A thing wherein we feel there is some hidden want. Sleep sweetly, little friend, And dream again of heaven: With double love I kiss your hand,— Your message has been given.
Somewhere, among bright dreams, A child that once was mine Had whispered wordless love to him, And given him a sign. In him the glories of an ancient line Of sober kings, who ruled by right divine, Were centred; and to him with loyal awe The people looked for leadership and law. There are no abstract allusions to politics, philosophy, and science. What ruin Will hunt thee undefended through wide Heaven! Like bird in beauty's bower, the Fancy caged. A leap!
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But you, you blessed husbands, you Stayed friendly with him, through and through. But little recked the pampered King of these; He heard no voice but such as praise and please.
Forget, forget,— Vale and other poems book if thou hast been weeping, Let go the thoughts that bind thee to thy grief: Lie still, and watch the singing angels, reaping The golden harvest of thy sorrow, sheaf by sheaf; Or count thy joys like flocks of snow-white sheep That one by one come creeping Into the quiet fold, until thou sleep, And so forget, forget!
They don't deserve the raging flames Or raving songs that they inspire. For both of us, disgrace awaited: with Fortune blind, Vale and other poems book with men's eyes. I see thy form, when down the distant highway The dust-clouds rise; In deepest night, above the mountain by-way, I see thine eyes.
I cannot pay my debt For all the love that she has given; But Thou, love's Lord, wilt not forget Her due reward,—bless her in earth and heaven. For the comforting warmth of the sun that my body embraces, For the cool of the waters that run through the shadowy places, For the balm of the breezes that brush my face with their fingers, For the vesper-hymn of the thrush when the twilight lingers, For the long breath, the deep breath, the breath of a heart without care,— I will give thanks and adore thee, God of the open air!
The death of his much loved sister Mary, aged 18, was a blow from which it took him a long time to recover. SONNETS WORK Let me but do my work from day to day, In field or forest, at the desk or loom, In roaring market-place or tranquil room; Let me but find it in my heart to say, When vagrant wishes beckon me astray, "This is my work; my blessing, not my doom; "Of all who live, I am the one by whom "This work can best be done in the right way.
Just a low, soft whistle,—quick the hunter turns, Leaps upon me laughing, rolls me in the ferns. For like a law of nature in my blood I feel thy sweet and secret sovereignty, And woven through my soul thy vital sign.
John Gogartya regular guest at Russell's Sundays "at home" believed that these two men, so utterly unalike in most ways, nonetheless developed a deep mutual respect. You, who dared in the dark eclipse,— When the pygmy heir of a giant name Dimmed the face of the land with shame,— Speak the truth with indignant lips, Call him little whom men called great, Scoff at him, scorn him, Vale and other poems book him, Point to the blood on his robe of state, Fling back his Vale and other poems book and defy him!
Swift as an arrow through the air, Up marble stairs, right past the sentry, He flies, then smooths his ruffled hair, And steps inside.
Upward, upward, never fear! For love is joy and grief, And trembling doubt, and certain-sure belief, And fear, and Vale and other poems book, and longing unexpressed, In pain most human, and in rapture brief Almost divine.
Quicken my heart, and restore the beautiful hopes of youth. Our hero's pulled up at the entry. Still, pantalons, frac, and gilet Are foreign loan-words, sad to say. The Sensitive Plant Excerpt The snowdrop, and then the violet, Arose from the ground with warm rain wet, And their breath was mixed with fresh odour, sent From the turf, like the voice and the instrument.
Chorus hymeneal Matched with thine would be all But an empty vaunt, A thing wherein we feel there is some hidden want. Look, turn it up or down, 't is perfect still,— But holds no drop of life's heart-warming wine. You, who fronted the waves of fate As you faced the sea from your island home, Exiled, yet with a soul elate, Sending songs o'er the rolling foam, Bidding the heart of man to wait For the day when all should see Floods of wrath from the frowning skies Fall on an Empire founded in lies, And France again be free!
For more information, check out Digging Into Book Value. He was an ardent idealist with a libertarian spirit. Yet the poem takes a morose turn. He spoke of bridal train that rich in robes. Through the water eye of night, Midway between eve and dawn, See the chase, the rout, the flight In deep forest; oread, faun, Goat foot, antlers laid on neck; Ravenous all the line for speed.
October, And, by the way, just for good measure: With dreamy love we bards are friends. A friend whose heart has eyes to see The stars shine out o'er the darkening lea, And the quiet rest at the end o' the day,— A friend who knows, and dares to say, The brave, sweet words that cheer the way Where he walks a mile with me.
He'd wait till they'd caressed a bit, Then wring from her a meek confession Just when he sensed her heaving breast.May 01, · From my book blog galisend.com Lisa Vale is part of a five novel series about the wealthy Boston Vale family created by Olive Higgins Prouty.
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Sing a song of seasons! Something bright in all! Flowers in the summer, Fires in the fall!