Hans Christian Andersen

(2 April 1805 – 4 August 1875 / Odense)

Hans Christian Andersen Poems

41. Med Et Huuskors 7/3/2012
42. Med Et Kobberstykke [da Roser Mangle Ved Julens Leg] 7/3/2012
43. Med Et Kobberstykke [som Englene Det Jordiske Bortbære] 7/3/2012
44. Med Et Kravebaand 7/3/2012
45. Med Et Landskab Fra Italien 7/3/2012
46. Med Et Par Handsker 7/3/2012
47. Med Et Par Kopper, Hvorpaa Et Billed Af Roeskilde 7/3/2012
48. Med Et Speil 7/3/2012
49. Med Et Tydsk Exemplar Af Mine Eventyr 7/3/2012
50. Med Forskjellige Presenter 7/3/2012
51. Med Freiligraths Digte 7/3/2012
52. Med Gellerts Fabler 7/3/2012
53. Med H. C. Andersens Eventyr 7/3/2012
54. Med H. P. Holsts: Den Lille Hornblæser 7/3/2012
55. Med J. L. Heibergs 'Urania' 7/3/2012
56. Med Lamartines Reise I Oriente 7/3/2012
57. Med Mine 'Digte Gamle Og Nye' 7/3/2012
58. Med Mine 'samlede Skrifter' 7/3/2012
59. Med Mine Eventyr [velkommen! Træd Kun Ind, Du Unge Pige! ] 7/3/2012
60. Med Mine Eventyr [tak, Kjære, Unge Ven, For Hver En Dag] 7/3/2012
61. Med Mit Photographerede Portrait I Ramme 7/3/2012
62. Med Nogle Smukke Fidibus 7/3/2012
63. Med Papir 7/3/2012
64. Med Sammes 'sicilianske Skizzer Og Noveller' 7/3/2012
65. Med Thorvaldsens Statue 7/3/2012
66. Med To Vaser 7/3/2012
67. Med Visitkaart 7/3/2012
68. Mene, Mene Tekel Upharsin 7/3/2012
69. Mig Gamle Spørger Du Unge 7/3/2012
70. Mildt Paa Din Pande Læser Man: Fyrstinden 7/3/2012
71. Min Musa 7/3/2012
72. Min Undskyldning 7/3/2012
73. Miss Roß 7/3/2012
74. Moderen Med Barnet 7/3/2012
75. Musikdirecteur W. Rübner 7/3/2012
76. N. F. S. Grundtvig 7/3/2012
77. N. T. Bruun 7/3/2012
78. Natten Lang 7/3/2012
79. Nordal Bruun 7/3/2012
80. Norsk Stiil 7/3/2012

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Best Poem of Hans Christian Andersen

From The Philosopher’s Stone

Now she heard the following words sadly sung,—

“Life is a shadow that flits away
In a night of darkness and woe.”

But then would follow brighter thoughts:

“Life has the rose’s sweet perfume
With sunshine, light, and joy.”

And if one stanza sounded painfully—

“Each mortal thinks of himself alone,
Is a truth, alas, too clearly known;”

Then, on the other hand, came the answer—

“Love, like a mighty flowing stream,
Fills every heart with its radiant gleam.”

She heard, indeed, such words as these—

“In the pretty ...

Read the full of From The Philosopher’s Stone

The Pixy And The Grocer

How bright the room seemed! It was as if a ray of light came from the book, a luminous tree whose branches spread out across the ceiling. The leaves were fresh and green and on each branch flowers bloomed and fruit hung. The flowers were faces of young maidens, some with radiant dark eyes and other(s) with clear blue ones. The fruits were sparkling stars. All the while the most beautiful music could be heard.


He [the pixy] experienced greatness. He saw what we see whe

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