Christopher Pearse Cranch

(1815-1892 / the USA)

Christopher Pearse Cranch Poems

81. The Centennial Year 9/24/2010
82. The Bobolinks 9/24/2010
83. Sonnet Xxxvii. To John Greenleaf Whittier. 9/24/2010
84. Sonnet Xxix. Life And Death. 1. 9/24/2010
85. Sonnet Xxxi. Life And Death. 3. 9/24/2010
86. Sonnet Lv. Music And Poetry. 1. 9/24/2010
87. Ormuzd And Ahriman. The Overture. 9/24/2010
88. Ormuzd And Ahriman. Part Ii 9/24/2010
89. Ariel And Caliban 9/24/2010
90. A Question 9/24/2010
91. The Two Dreams 9/24/2010
92. The Coal-Fire 9/24/2010
93. Bird Language 9/24/2010
94. Sonnet Xliii. London. 9/24/2010
95. At The Grave Of Keats 9/24/2010
96. Frederick Henry Hedge D. D. On His 80th Birthday, Dec. 12, 1885 9/24/2010
97. Ralph Waldo Emerson 9/24/2010
98. Sonnet Xxiii. Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. 9/24/2010
99. Lionel And Lucille 9/24/2010
100. Sonnet Xi. The Printing-Press. 9/24/2010
101. Sonnet Xxx. Life And Death. 2. 9/24/2010
102. A Night-Picture 9/24/2010
103. A Word To Philosophers 9/24/2010
104. A Poet's Soliloquy 9/24/2010
105. Ormuzd And Ahriman. Part I 9/24/2010
106. Longfellow 9/24/2010
107. Love’s Voyage 9/24/2010
108. Gnosis 9/24/2010

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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 ...

Read the full of Gnosis

A Child-Savior

(A True Story)
SHE stood beside the iron road,
A little child of ten years old.
She heard two meeting thunders rolled
From north and south, that plainly showed
Danger too fearful to be told.
Nearer, still nearer, rumbling on,
One train approached with crashing speed.
What could she do? Who would give heed

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