Samuel Greenberg

the United States
Samuel Greenberg
the United States


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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
Colour Grain
O covering hem, my life to thee
Refuses to exHalt of such powerful
Scale, though full of its half plead
relate its charm's through meditation,
That from nowhere settles impressions
Gleam O thou dost aid the muse
Below, to drain his soulful
Desire, from the strings of thy
The Glass Bubbles
The motion of gathering loops of Water
Must either Burst - or remain in a moment
The violet colours Through the glass
The Laureate
Poet o soul! hast thou within thy wing the raise
That nature doth disown, with complete color
The enlightening beat of Heaven's plausive royalty
Thus Be It Heaven Heavenly
In our Bible, the dream of Samuel is death,
As the clouds consume his form and bare him to Heaven--
The song from colored birds so lyric and sweet

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