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Excerpt from book: Ill Children of . .un (night) A day has come at last to be withdrawn Children of Sun, the day that may be years? For Clay, and Heart, have passed their ways of fears. The Soul is coming near us, and is won,? As thwart the afternoon, the seeds of night, Fell idly from the red roof of the Sun, As falls a fountain in a mirrored cave Recalling to the day her western dawn.
Author Gerda Dalliba. Categories: Nonfiction. 8/10 5. Books by Gerda Dalliba: Poems Gerda Dalliba. 9, 10. Fate And I And Other Poems. 8, 10. An Earth Poem And Other Poems.
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Dalliba, Gerda, d. 1913; Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940; Mackay, Leonore.
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Coleridge Samuel Taylor. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Other Poems.
An earth poem, and other poems. Книга представляет собой репринтное издание. Coleridge Samuel Taylor. When an albatross leads a stricken ship out of treacherous ice, a hapless mariner shoots the bird, arousing the wrath of spirits who pursue the ship. Haunted by Death, the crew begin to perish one by.
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