Go, rose, since go you must,Flowerless and chill the winter draweth nigh;Closed are the blithe […]. How easily He turns the tides! Long reaches of wet grasses swayWhere ran the sea but yesterday,And white-winged boats at sunset drewTo anchor in the crimsoning blue. The boats lie on the grassy plain,Nor tug nor fret at anchor chain;Their errand done, their impulse spent,Chained by an alien element,With sails unset they idly lie,Though morning beckons brave and nigh;Like wounded birds, their […].
All night the thirsty beach has listening lain,With patience dumb,Counting the slow, sad moments of her pain;Now morn has come,And with the morn the punctual tide again. The […]. She has been just a year in Heaven.
So, […]. Dry leaves upon the wall,Which flap like rustling wings and seek escape,A single frosted cluster on the grapeStill hangs—and that is all. It hangs forgotten quite,—Forgotten in the purple vintage-day,Left for the sharp and cruel frosts to slay,The daggers of the night. It knew the thrill of spring;It had its blossom-time, its perfumed noons;Its pale-green […]. That is the very windowWhere I used to see her headBent over book or needle,With ivy garlanded. And the very loop of the curtain,And the very curve of the vine,Were full […].
So it is come! I saw him shake his head,Whispering, and heard poor Giulia sob without,As, slowly creaking, he went down the stair. Were they afraid that I should be afraid? I, who had died once and been laid in tomb? They need not. Little one, look […]. Darlings of June and brides of summer sun,Chill pipes the stormy wind, the skies are drear;Dull and despoiled the gardens every one:What do you here?
We looked to see your gracious blooms ariseMid soft and wooing airs in gardens green,Where venturesome brown bees and butterfliesShould hail you queen. Here is no bee nor glancing butterfly;They […]. If I were told that I must die to-morrow,That the next sunWhich sinks should bear me past all fear and sorrowFor any one,All the fight fought, all the short journey through:What should I do? I do not think that I should shrink or falter,But just go on,Doing my work, nor change, nor seek to alterAught […].
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The punctual tide draws up the bay,With ripple of wave and hiss of spray,And the great red flower of the light-house towerBlooms on the headland far away. Petal by petal its fiery roseOut of the darkness buds and grows;A dazzling shape on the dim, far cape,A beckoning shape as it comes and goes. A moment […]. She sat among the lilies,My sweet, all lily-pale;The summer lilies listened,I whispered low my tale.
O golden anthers, breathing balm,O hush of peace, O twilight calm,Did […]. Smoothly the mimic coverlet,With royal blazonries bedight,Hangs, as by tender fingers setAnd straightened for the last good-night. And traced upon the pillowing stoneA dent is seen, as if to blessThe quiet sleep some grieving oneHad […]. Love me for what I am, Love. Not for sakeOf some imagined thing which I might be,Some brightness or some goodness not in me,Born of your hope, as dawn to eyes that wakeImagined morns before the morning break.
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If I, to please you whom I fain would please ,Reset myself like new key to old tune,Chained thought, […]. Nourished by peaceful suns and gracious dew,Your sweet youth budded and your sweet lives grew,And all the world seemed rose-beset for you. The rose of beauty was your mutual dower,The stainless rose of love, an early flower,The stately blooms of ease and wealth and power. And treading thus on pathways flower-bestrewn,It well might be, that, […]. FullReads Full-length classic stories broken into easy-to-read pages. Benedicam Domino Story type: Poetry Read this story.
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Published by Hamlyn No date. About this Item: Hamlyn No date. Hardcover Original Cloth. Blue cloth boards. Woolsey worked as a nurse during the American Civil War — , after which she started to write. She never married, and resided at her family home in Newport, Rhode Island, until her death.
She edited The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mrs. The fictional Carr family was modeled after her own, with Katy Carr inspired by Woolsey herself.