Thomas Wade

(1805-1875 / England)

Thomas Wade Poems

1. The Half-Asleep 1/4/2003
2. Julian And Maddalo 4/22/2010
3. The Net-Braiders 4/22/2010
4. The Uncharmed 4/22/2010

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Julian And Maddalo

I read of 'Julian' and 'Count Maddalo'
Till in their spirits' presence stood my soul;
And blending with their sympathy of woe
A tempest woke my thoughts, and they gan roll,
Billow on billow, toward eternity-
And passion's cloud hung over the vast sea.
Where is the essence now that thought and spoke?
Absorbed like water, the frail vessel broke
That held it trembling from the sand awhile?
Or doth it quiver still; and, quivering, smile
At the now cleared-up mystery of creation?
Which shook it once even to its mortal seat,
Which seems the brain and ...

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