terça-feira, 23 de maio de 2017

Sunrise in the Hills of Satsuma - Mary McNeil Fenollosa

       







Sunrise in the Hills of Satsuma - Mary McNeil Fenollosa

THE DAY unfolds like a lotus bloom,
  Pink at the tip and gold at the core,
Rising up swiftly through waters of gloom
        That lave night’s shore.

Down bamboo-stalks the sunbeams slide,        5
  Darting like glittering elves at play,
To the thin arched grass where crickets hide
        And sing all day.

The old crows caw from the camphor boughs,
  They have builded there for a thousand years;        10
Their nestlings stir in a huddled drowse
        To pipe shrill fears.

A white fox creeps to his come in the hill,
  A small gray ape peers up at the sun;
Crickets and sunbeams are quarrelling still;        15
        Day has begun.







Thou dusky spirit of the wood Henry David Thoreau
Upon the lofty elm tree sprays Henry David Thoreau
The Vine Robert Herrick








Sometimes I hear the veery's clarion - Henry David Thoreau

Sometimes I hear the veery's[1] clarion,
Or brazen trump of the impatient jay,
And in secluded woods the chicadee
Doles out her scanty notes, which sing the praise
Of heroes, and set forth the loveliness
Of virtue evermore.





A Summer Night George William Russell







Sheep and Lambs - Katharine Tynan Hinkson

ALL in the April morning,
  April airs were abroad;
The sheep with their little lambs
  Pass'd me by on the road.
 
The sheep with their little lambs         5
  Pass'd me by on the road;
All in an April evening
  I thought on the Lamb of God.
 
The lambs were weary, and crying
  With a weak human cry;  10
I thought on the Lamb of God
  Going meekly to die.
 
Up in the blue, blue mountains
  Dewy pastures are sweet:
Rest for the little bodies,  15
  Rest for the little feet.
 
Rest for the Lamb of God
  Up on the hill-top green;
Only a cross of shame
  Two stark crosses between.  20
 
All in the April evening,
  April airs were abroad;
I saw the sheep with their lambs,
  And thought on the Lamb of God.
















Prayer for Indifference - Fanny Greville

I ASK no kind return of love,
  No tempting charm to please;
Far from the heart those gifts remove,
  That sighs for peace and ease.

Nor peace nor ease the heart can know,         5
  That, like the needle true,
Turns at the touch of joy or woe,
  But turning, trembles too.

Far as distress the soul can wound,
  'Tis pain in each degree:  10
'Tis bliss but to a certain bound,
  Beyond is agony.









The River swelleth more and more Henry David Thoreau











The Phantom-Wooer - Thomas Lovell Beddoes

A ghost, that loved a lady fair,

Ever in the starry air

Of midnight at her pillow stood;

And, with a sweetness skies above

The luring words of human love,

Her soul the phantom wooed.

Sweet and sweet is their poisoned note,

The little snakes of silver throat,

In mossy skulls that nest and lie,

Ever singing, "Die, oh! die."


Young soul put off your flesh, and come

With me into the quiet tomb,

Our bed is lovely, dark and sweet;

The earth will swing us, as she goes,

Beneath our coverlid of snows,

And the warm leaden sheet.

Dear and dear is their poisoned note,

The little snakes of silver throat,

In mossy skulls that nest and lie,

Ever singing, "Die, oh! die."

















The Outlaw's Song - Joanna Baillie

THE chough and crow to roost are gone,
  The owl sits on the tree,
The hush'd wind wails with feeble moan,
  Like infant charity.
The wild-fire dances on the fen,         5
  The red star sheds its ray;
Uprouse ye then, my merry men!
  It is our op'ning day.

Both child and nurse are fast asleep,
  And closed is every flower,  10
And winking tapers faintly peep
  High from my lady's bower;
Bewilder'd hinds with shorten'd ken
  Shrink on their murky way;
Uprouse ye then, my merry men!  15
  It is our op'ning day.

Nor board nor garner own we now,
  Nor roof nor latchèd door,
Nor kind mate, bound by holy vow
  To bless a good man's store;  20
Noon lulls us in a gloomy den,
  And night is grown our day;
Uprouse ye then, my merry men!
  And use it as ye may.






The Pains of Sleep Samuel Taylor Coleridge







His steady sails he never furls - Henry David Thoreau

His steady sails he never furls
At any time o' year,
And perching now on Winter's curls,
He whistles in his ear.




Mental Cases Wilfred Owen
Mental Cases Wilfred Owen






Her Epitaph - Thomas William Parsons

The handful here, that once was Mary’s earth,
Held, while it breathed, so beautiful a soul,
That, when she died, all recognized her birth,
And had their sorrow in serene control.

“Not here! not here!” to every mourner’s heart
The wintry wind seemed whispering round her bier;
And when the tomb-door opened, with a start
We heard it echoed from within,—”Not here!”

Shouldst thou, sad pilgrim, who mayst hither pass,
Note in these flowers a delicater hue,
Should spring come earlier to this hallowed grass,
Or the bee later linger on the dew,—

Know that her spirit to her body lent
Such sweetness, grace, as only goodness can;
That even her dust, and this her monument,
Have yet a spell to stay one lonely man,—

Lonely through life, but looking for the day
When what is mortal of himself shall sleep,
When human passion shall have passed away,
And Love no longer be a thing to weep.













Feminine - Henry Cuyler Bunner

She might have known it in the earlier Spring,—
 That all my heart with vague desire was stirred;
And, ere the Summer winds had taken wing,
 I told her; but she smiled and said no word.

The Autumn's eager hand his red gold grasped,
 And she was silent; till from skies grown drear
Fell soft one fine, first snow-flake, and she clasped
 My neck and cried, "Love, we have lost a year!"











Dirge - Felicia Dorothea Hemans

CALM on the bosom of thy God,
   Fair spirit, rest thee now!
E'en while with ours thy footsteps trod,
   His seal was on thy brow.

Dust, to its narrow house beneath!
   Soul, to its place on high!
They that have seen thy look in death
   No more may fear to die.













Dawn-Angels - Agnes Mary Frances Robinson

All night I watched awake for morning,
At last the East grew all a flame,
The birds for welcome sang, or warning,
And with their singing morning came.

Along the gold-green heavens drifted
Pale wandering souls that shun the light,
Whose cloudy pinions, torn and rifted,
Had beat the bars of Heaven all night.

These clustered round the moon, but higher
A troop of shining spirits went,
Who were not made of wind or fire,
But some divine dream-element.

Some held the Light, while those remaining
Shook out their harvest-colored wings,
A faint unusual music raining,
(Whose sound was Light) on earthly things.

They sang, and as a mighty river
Their voices washed the night away,
From East to West ran one white shiver,
And waxen strong their song was Day.










The Caution - Aphra Behn

My Damon, if your heart be kind,
Do not too long with beauty stay;
For there are certain moments when the mind
Is hurried by the force of charms away.
In Fate a minute critical there lies,
That waits on love, and takes you by surprise.

A lover pleased with constancy,
Lives still as if the maid he loved were by:
As if his actions were in view,
As if his steps she did pursue;
Or that his very soul she knew.
Take heed; for though I am not present there,
My love, my Genius waits you everywhere.












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