Samuel Greenberg

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He nither wrote, nor uttered murmer at wonder
But grew 'pon his rich riegning lofty desire,
And hung the earth, pon each fadeing fancy

Early Ghosts

When first I beheld
The sight of self alone,
Here standing upon a floor--
A new sensitive throne--


But only to be memories of spiritual gate
Letting us feel the difference from the real
Are not limits the sooth to formulate


The marble walls held the dim sky sHadows
That were strangly woven in grays
Silhouette set the scepters roveing

And This Great Human Rebellion

And this great human rebellion, has it's scattered laureates - sparks,
That kindle the flame to repeat my brother will cause the

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Samuel Greenberg (December 13, 1893 – August 16, 1917) was an Austrian-American Jewish poet and artist. Greenberg grew up in poverty on the Lower East Side of New York City and spent the last years of his life in and out of charity hospitals. He died of tuberculosis in the Manhattan State Hospital on Wards Island. What little mainstream critical at ...

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