Christopher Pearse Cranch

(1815-1892 / the USA)

Christopher Pearse Cranch Poems

41. Sonnet Xlii. To G. W. C. August 1, 1846. 9/24/2010
42. Sonnet Xliv. Veiled Memories. 9/24/2010
43. Sonnet Xlix. J.R.L. (On His Homeward Voyage) 1. 9/24/2010
44. Sonnet Xlv. Tennyson. 1. 9/24/2010
45. Sonnet Xlvi. Tennyson 2. 9/24/2010
46. Sonnet Xlviii. Gladstone. 9/24/2010
47. Sonnet Xv: The Photograph 9/24/2010
48. Sonnet Xvi. The Spectroscope. 9/24/2010
49. Sonnet Xvii. The Microscope. 9/24/2010
50. Sonnet Xviii. The Fireside. 9/24/2010
51. Sonnet Xx. The Lover’s Sonnet. Midnight. 9/24/2010
52. Sonnet Xxi. The Pines And The Sea. 9/24/2010
53. Sonnet Xxii. Pennyroyal. 9/24/2010
54. Sonnet Xxv. The Seceders 2. 9/24/2010
55. Sonnet Xxvi. In A Library. 1. 9/24/2010
56. Sonnet Xxvii. In A Library. 2. 9/24/2010
57. Sonnet Xxviii. Past Sorrows. 9/24/2010
58. Sonnet Xxiv. The Seceders. 1. 9/24/2010
59. Sonnet Xxxii. Life And Death. 4. 9/24/2010
60. Sonnet Xxxiii. Life And Death. 5. 9/24/2010
61. Sonnet Xxxiv. Life And Death. 6. 9/24/2010
62. Sonnet Xxxix. Bayard Taylor. 9/24/2010
63. Sonnet Xxxv. Life And Death. 7. 9/24/2010
64. Sonnet Xxxvi. Life And Death. 8. 9/24/2010
65. Sonnetxlvii. To G.W.C. 9/24/2010
66. Stanza From An Early Poem 9/24/2010
67. Summer Dawn 9/24/2010
68. Survival Of The Fittest 9/24/2010
69. Talent And Genius 9/24/2010
70. The Old Apple-Woman 9/24/2010
71. The Old Year 9/24/2010
72. The Pines And The Sea 9/24/2010
73. The Spirit Of The Age 9/24/2010
74. The Victories Of Peace 9/24/2010
75. The Weather-Prophet 9/24/2010
76. To Lone 9/24/2010
77. Two Views Of It 9/24/2010
78. Venice 9/24/2010
79. Night And The Soul 4/8/2015
80. To a Hummingbird 7/2/2015

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Best Poem of Christopher Pearse Cranch

Gnosis

Thought is deeper than all speech,
Feeling deeper than all thought:
Souls to souls never can teach
What unto themselves was taught.

We are spirits clad in veils;
Man by man was never seen;
All our deep communing fails
To remove the shadowy screen.

Heart to heart was never known;
Mind with mind did never meet;
We are columns left alone
Of a temple once complete.

Like the stars that gem the sky,
Far apart though seeming near,
In our light we scattered lie;
All is thus but starlight here.

What is social company
But a babbling ...

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A Question

AH, who can tell which guide were best
To truth long sought, but unattained —
The early faith, or late unrest?
What age has earned, or boyhood gained?
When down life's vista as we gaze,
Where vanished youth's remembered gleam,
The radiance of the unconscious days —
The dream that knew not 't was a dream —
The time ere yet the shades of doubt

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