The Children's Hour and Other Poems; Paul Revere's Ride and Other Poems

9780217071482: The Children's Hour and Other Poems; Paul Revere's Ride and Other Poems
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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1894. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... the poet and his songs. 93 And the hand that has written it Lays it away. Dim grow its fancies; Forgotten they lie; Like coals in the ashes, They darken and die. Song sinks into silence, The story is told, The windows are darkened, The hearth-stone is cold. Darker and darker The black shadows fall; Sleep and oblivion Reign over all. the poet and his songs. As the birds come in the Spring, We know not from where; As the stars come at evening From depths of the air; As the rain comes from the cloud, And the brook from the ground; As suddenly, low or loud, Out of silence a sound; As the grape comes to the vine, The fruit to the tree; As the wind comes to the pine, And the tide to the sea; As come the white sails of ships O'er the ocean's verge; As comes the smile to the lips, The foam to the surge; So come to the Poet his songs, All hitherward blown From the misty realm, that belongs To the vast Unknown. His, and not his, are the lays He sings; and their fame Is his, and not his; and the praise And the pride of a name. For voices pursue him by day, And haunt him by night, And he listens, and needs must obey, When the Angel says, "Write!"1 1 This poem was written to close the last volume of verse published by Mr. Longfellow. sdfje Hfoersitie Literature Series paul revere'S ride and other poems with explanatory notes contents. fag Paul Revere's Ride 1 The Bridge.6 The Cumberland 8 Christmas Bells 10 Killed At...

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