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Love's Messengers.

He came from her, and though rough and uncouth,
It seemed her tenderness breathed out of him
As he re-worded her sweet sentences.

Maiden Lips.

O Sweet, thy lips, how sweet their kisses are!
Rarer than rosy dewdrops amorous
That in the lily's tender bosom fall,

Love's Vision.

I am one with thee, and thou
Art a vision of me now,
Which love, and not life, has made;
It with life, then, may not fade,

Poetic Emotion.

The heart's throb makes the music: words are air,
A mortal breath, if no emotion thrills
The subtle syllables; and all men own

Song #6.

We have this life, this love only —
Kiss me on the mouth, my own!
Dust we'll soon be through the ages,
And who'll reck when we are gone?

Song #3.

Love's but to be had this way:
Reverent you must be with her,
Letting your heart night and day
Dreamy in her beauty stir.


The mist is in the town to-night,
And all the streets are dumb and drear;
The passers-by as ghosts appear,

The Sea Of Time.

On that strange sea
Where Man's bark moves as toward eternity,
What sails put forth that are not seen again!
.... Joyous it may be, or in pain,

The Old Gods.

O ye gods, if you could tell us
What ye are — if banned or blest —
Ye that reigned of old in Hellas!
Ye that ruled the radiant West!

The Comic Preacher.

'What proof have you the good man is a fool,
Or that the folly does not rather lie
With those who mock him?'
'Common sense, sir, must

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