Puritan, Vol. 7: A Poem Forgotten Books

ISBN: 9781331476511

Published: September 27th 2015

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100 pages


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Puritan, Vol. 7: A Poem by Forgotten Books
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 100 pages | ISBN: 9781331476511 | 7.40 Mb

Excerpt from Puritan, Vol. 7: A PoemPuritanIII.He leans against the creaking mast, and feelsThe Oceans pulse in every trembling beam-The wind holds him fast bound, and now revealsBeneath his long dark pilgrims gown, the gleamOf sword and corselet-MoreExcerpt from Puritan, Vol. 7: A PoemPuritanIII.He leans against the creaking mast, and feelsThe Oceans pulse in every trembling beam-The wind holds him fast bound, and now revealsBeneath his long dark pilgrims gown, the gleamOf sword and corselet- and his eye doth seemTo pierce thro mists and clouds, and view beyond,The land of hope and promise- for no dreamThe precious words that he but now hath conned-Tho wet, wind-torn, each page forbids him to despond.IV.Is it responsive to that fervent prayer?The sun has broken thro the murky tideOf ragged clouds, dark fringes trailing bareAcross the blue beyond- now clear descriedIn sudden light, his ills seem magnified!

-Was he a hero thus to dare alone?Behold him thrice heroic- by his side,His arm around her, clings a fragile one-Too dear- her every pang far sorer than his own.V.Her eyes, a heavenly blue, with his, seek heaven-In that too sudden brightness, turn againTo rest on him- fond Charite, God given,Blessing divine, nor given to him in vain.How fair and pallid! Each keen throbbing painHer unveild temple shows- her sunny hairRude, wind-disheveled, her apparel plain,Lacking its wonted folds, her arms half bare,Seem strained to save one treasure, no whit safer there.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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