My lover seems fairer than day And all that’s grander or serene Be duller than the leaves of May Whose golden states do mock the green, Though her soul be dark as the night. My lover do as lilacs please And all that’s merrier and sweet, Be so boundless in her to grace, For happy […]
Were I not the man devoid of power And the knowledge of how to mountains move, Then I would so pause and halt the hour, To break the tide,and to the Shepherd prove, That the whole vast world be a trembling state Who needs at most His guidance and the light Which will lead all […]
But I have measured my distance in time And the volume of things gained in this world, The world of lost souls and portraits of grime, The blazing summers and those winters cold. Now eyes my soul the most silent of hills Where sleep the many sires and grand-sires mute Side to side piled,with loads […]
If I could halt the years and time To dwell in the mid-time of night, And listen with you my songs and rime Then I would ever be your knight. And would you walk with me long miles To journey with me through the trials, And cry with me a thousand tears And make me […]
Should I retire to the tomb To leave then all these sorrows be, Or should I shed all tears of gloom For the fading world and for me, Should I fleet to the silent shore To forget all these bastard souls, Or should I perhaps watch once more This vile earth and her lofty toils, […]
Let me hail you while you breathe still My simple praise for your service bright And sing you the songs of goodwill, My little rimes,to make you delight.