Martin Farquhar Tupper
Martin Farquhar Tupper Poems
- Laura (From Petrarch) My Laura, my love, I behold in thine ...
- In Praise Of French Cuisine 'Now Muse, you must versify your ...
- The Song Of Seventy I am not old -- I cannot be old, Though ...
- A Maxim Of Peace Never have regrets, brother, But for sake ...
- Fortitude Mine own stout heart! You and I must never ...
- Edinburgh Thou hast been just, glad Mother of great Sons- To...
- England's Heart England's heart! Oh never fear The sturdy ...
Martin Farquhar Tupper (July 17, 1810 in London - November 1889 in Albury, Surrey) was an English writer, and poet, and the author of Proverbial Philosophy.
He was the eldest son of Dr. Martin Tupper (1780 - 1844), a medical man highly esteemed in his day who came from an old Guernsey family, by his wife Ellin Devis Marris (d. 1847), only child of Robert Marris (1749 - 1827), a ... more »
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Laura (From Petrarch)
My Laura, my love, I behold in thine eyes
Twin daystars that Mercy has given,
To teach me on earth to be happy and wise
And guide me triumphant to heaven.
Their lessons of love thro' a lifetime have taught
My bosom the pureness of thine,
They have roused me to virtue, exalted my thought,
And nerved me for glory divine:
They have shed on my heart a delightful repose,
All else it hath barr'd from its portal,
So deeply the stream of my happiness flows,
I know that my soul is immortal.