Lucretia Maria Davidson

(1808-1825 / the USA)

Lucretia Maria Davidson Poems

1. A Dream 9/29/2010
2. A Song 9/29/2010
3. A Song Ii 9/29/2010
4. A View Of Death 9/29/2010
5. Alonzo And Imanel 9/29/2010
6. America 9/29/2010
7. American Poetry 9/29/2010
8. Amir Khan - Part I 9/29/2010
9. Amir Khan -Part Ii 9/29/2010
10. An Acrostic 9/29/2010
11. An Address To My Muse 9/29/2010
12. Auction Extraordinary 9/29/2010
13. Byron 9/29/2010
14. Charity. 9/29/2010
15. Chicomico - Part Ii 9/29/2010
16. Chicomico - Part Iii 9/29/2010
17. Chicomico - Part Iv 9/29/2010
18. Chicomico - Part V 9/29/2010
19. Cupid’s Bower 9/29/2010
20. David And Jonathan 9/29/2010
21. Death 9/29/2010
22. Exit From Egyptian Bondage 9/29/2010
23. Farewell To Miss E. B. 9/29/2010
24. Feats Of Death 9/29/2010
25. Headache 9/29/2010
26. Kindar Burial Service, Versified 9/29/2010
27. Lines Addressed To A Cousin 9/29/2010
28. Lines, Written Under The Promise Of Reward 9/29/2010
29. Love, Joy, And Pleasure 9/29/2010
30. Maritorne, 9/29/2010
31. Modesty 9/29/2010
32. Morning Melody 9/29/2010
33. My Last Farewell To My Harp 9/29/2010
34. Ode To Fancy 9/29/2010
35. On An Æolian Harp 9/29/2010
36. On Reading A Fragment Called The Flower Of The Forest 9/29/2010
37. On Seeing A Picture Of The Virgin Mary, 9/29/2010
38. On Seeing A Young Lady At Her Devotions 9/29/2010
39. On Seeing At A Concert, 9/29/2010
40. On Solitude 9/29/2010

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Best Poem of Lucretia Maria Davidson

The Yellow Fever

(Written in her sixteenth year.)

The sky is pure, the clouds are light,
The moonbeams glitter cold and bright;
O'er the wide landscape breathes no sigh;
The sea reflects the star-gemm'd sky,
And every beam of Heav'n's broad brow
Glows brightly on the world below.
But ah! the wing of death is spread;
I hear the midnight murd'rers tread; —
I hear the Plague that walks at night,
I mark its pestilential blight;
I feel its hot and with'ring breath,
It is the messenger of death! —
And can a scene so pure and fair
Slumber beneath a baleful ...

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A Dream

(Written in her fifteenth yoar.)
Methought, (unwitting how the place I gained,)
I rested on a fleecy, floating cloud
Far o'er the earth, the stars, the sun, the heavens,
And slowly wheeled around the dread expanse!
Sudden, methought, a trumpet's voice was heard,
Pealing with long, loud, death-awakening note,
Such note as mortal man but once may hear!
At that heart-piercing summons, there arose

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