Laurence Hope Poems
- The Teak Forest Whether I loved you who shall say? Whether I...
- Adoration Who does not feel desire unending To solace ...
- In The Early, Pearly Morning Song by Valgovind The fields ...
- Unforgotten Do you ever think of me? you who died Ere our ...
- Dedication To Malcolm Nicolson I, who of lighter love wrote ...
- The Jungle Flower Ah, the cool silence of the shaded ...
- Till I Wake When I am dying, lean over me tenderly, ...
Adela Florence Nicolson (née Cory) (9 April 1865-4 October 1904) was an English poet who wrote under the pseudonym Laurence Hope.
She was born on 9 April 1865 at Stoke Bishop, Gloucestershire, the second of three daughters to Colonel Arthur Cory and Fanny Elizabeth Griffin. Her father was employed in the British army at Lahore, and thus she was raised by her relatives back in England. ... more »
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The Teak Forest
Whether I loved you who shall say?
Whether I drifted down your way
In the endless River of Chance and Change,
And you woke the strange
Unknown longings that have no names,
But burn us all in their hidden flames,
Who shall say?
Life is a strange and a wayward thing:
We heard the bells of the Temples ring,
The married children, in passing, sing.
The month of marriage, the month of spring,
Was full of the breath of sunburnt flowers
That bloom in a fiercer light than ours,
And, under a sky more fiercely blue,
I came to you!
You told me tales of ...