1 edition of Collected Poems found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||June 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Now, I could very easily tell An apple-orchard by the smell, And in my mind's eye see again The rough bark blackened by the rain And glistening, and the hardy big Red and white blossoms on the twig.
The emotion, honesty, and vivid descriptions are like none other. It remains my favorite poem of all time. This is a vast collection of Lorca's work spanning his entire productive life; it is therefore quite uneven in both style and quality. At sundown one day, I woke from a nap on the couch, and made my way to the table where I kept my volumes of collected poems.
She was openly My mother often tells me the tale of how when I was little, I cried on looking at my Collected Poems wedding album because I wasn't present at an event that was clearly so important to them. And my, how lovely these were. She bolted the big round window, She Collected Poems the blinds unroll, She set a match to the mantle, She covered the fire with coal. Church of England bells of Westgate! Excerpted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. His work epitomizes the American affinity for plain speaking, nature, and the land.
The NMU was badly affected by the union-busting tactics of the McCarthy era, and many radical members were hounded and expelled.
How well the ancient woodwork Looks round the Rect'ry hall, Memorial of the good work Of him who plann'd it all. It would be enjoyable to read them within the atmosphere that inspired them. They are like eating a sensually ripe, warmed fruit that is sometimes sweet, sometimes tangy. The poem might be read along with William Trevor's short story, "The Hill Bachelors," as explorations of Irish men sacrificed to Ireland. "-oh, happier far The ashes of my body are, Since all that's mortal of me goes The deathless way of dew and rose!
"The woods are lovely dark and deep.
In their former life this was perhaps A little daily act of no consequence Before his breakfast and school; now she did it Like putting flowers on a tiny grave.