POEMS OF LIFE AND DEATH


POEMS OF LIFE AND DEATH

DANIEL CONWAY    Book Number: 90263    Product format: Paperback

'And all my days are trances, and all my nightly dreams are where thy grey eye glances, and where thy footstep gleams - in what ethereal dances, by what eternal streams.' The last paragraph of Edgar Allan Poe's 'To One In Paradise.' The index of first lines is particularly useful in this collection when looking for inspiration, solace or recalling moving poems you had forgotten. The words of Longfellow, Christina Rossetti, A. E. Housman, Walt Whitman, Wilfred Owen, Thomas Hardy, John Donne, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Oscar Wilde, Wordsworth and Keats and many more (see index). The collection contains poetic reflections and wisdom on youth and age to heartrending elegies of bereavement and profound meditations on the nature of human mortality. 192pp, prettily decorated softback.
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ISBN 9781784288532
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