Clark Ashton Smith


Clark Ashton Smith Poems

1. A Catch 1/27/2014
2. A Dead City 2/4/2014
3. A Dream Of Beauty 3/24/2014
4. A Dream Of Oblivion 4/4/2014
5. A Dream Of The Abyss 4/4/2014
6. A Fable 4/10/2014
7. A Fragment 4/10/2014
8. A Hunter Meets The Martichoras 4/10/2014
9. A Live-Oak Leaf 4/15/2014
10. A Madrigal 4/15/2014
11. A Meeting 4/15/2014
12. A Phantasy Of Twilight 4/25/2014
13. A Prayer 4/25/2014
14. A Precept 4/25/2014
15. A Psalm To The Best Beloved 4/29/2014
16. A Sierran Sunrise 4/29/2014
17. A Song From Hell 5/5/2014
18. A Song Of Dreams 5/5/2014
19. A Sunset (As) 5/6/2014
20. A Sunset (Far) 5/6/2014
21. A Valediction 5/14/2014
22. A Vision Of Lucifer 5/14/2014
23. Abandoned Plum-Orchard 1/13/2014
24. Adjuration 1/13/2014
25. Adventure 1/13/2014
26. After Armageddon 1/13/2014
27. Aftermath Of Mining Days 1/13/2014
28. Afterwards 1/13/2014
29. Alexandrines 1/13/2014
30. Alienage 1/13/2014
31. 'All Is Dross That Is Not Helena' 1/13/2014
32. Almost Anything 1/13/2014
33. Alternative 1/13/2014
34. Amithaine 1/13/2014
35. Amor 1/13/2014
36. Amor Aeternalis 1/13/2014
37. Amor Autumnalis 1/13/2014
38. Amor Hesternalis 1/13/2014
39. An Oriental Song 5/26/2014
40. Anodyne Of Autumn 1/13/2014

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The Hashish Eater -Or- The Apocalypse Of Evil

Bow down: I am the emperor of dreams;
I crown me with the million-colored sun
Of secret worlds incredible, and take
Their trailing skies for vestment when I soar,
Throned on the mounting zenith, and illume
The spaceward-flown horizons infinite.
Like rampant monsters roaring for their glut,
The fiery-crested oceans rise and rise,
By jealous moons maleficently urged
To follow me for ever; mountains horned
With peaks of sharpest adamant, and mawed
With sulphur-lit volcanoes lava-langued,
Usurp the skies with thunder, but in vain;
And continents of ...

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Abandoned Plum-Orchard

Lichen, mistletoe, aloft
In the dying croft,
Leaf the winter trees.

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