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WCzapa: The ideal of lyric poetry is to be this passive, flawless medium for the deeper consciousness of things, the mysterious voice ... out of which we have come, and into which we shall return. It is not without reason that we cannot analyse a perfect lyric. Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: “Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders.” — Arthur Symons

Anousch: Night, a more perfect day. - Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: “Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders.” — Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: “Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders.” — Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: “Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders.” — Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: “Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders.” — Arthur Symons

PinkyLegume: Marked as to-read: The Symbolist Movement in Literature by Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: "Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders." Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: "Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders." Arthur Symons

RunjivJ: A realist,inVenice,would become a romantic by mere faithfulness to what he saw before him. Arthur Symons. The gentle bobbing of the Gondolas on the tiny waves from the wake of passing motorboats and the soft sound of the waters of the Grand Canal lapping at the boat side m…

timschaffert: "Between this instinct of compassion and the impulse of love there is a great gulf." -- Arthur Symons (1904)

CailinCeltic: Only thoughts of you remain In my heart where they have lain, Perfumed thoughts of you,remaining, A hid sweetness,in my brain. Others leave me;all things leave me You remain. You Remain - Arthur Symons Images - The Awakening - Rebecca Hall

venetianblonde: "Horton's the first I call" William T. Horton was a London-based artist Yeats had met around 1896, while he and Arthur Symons were making a short-lived magazine called The Savoy.

StachAnna: ART MAY BE SERVED BY MORALITY: IT CAN NEVER BE IT'S SERVANT. FOR THE PRINCIPLES OF ART ARE ETERNAL, WHILE THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALITY FLUCTUATE WITH SPIRITUAL EBB AND FLOW OF THE AGES. ARTHUR SYMONS

awilliams_a: Good morning all! The wind is rising on the sea, The windy white foam-dancers leap; And the sea moans uneasily, And turns to sleep, and cannot sleep. ~ Arthur Symons

RaiSwatiRai: My Paris is a land where twilight days Merge into violent nights of black and gold; Where, it may be, the flower of dawn is cold: Ah, but the gold nights, and the scented ways! Arthur Symons Seine, (from Latin,...

MoonRavenMagic: "Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders." Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: "Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders." Arthur Symons

peakylui: No one: Tommy & Arthur Shelby:

MoonRavenMagic: "Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders." Arthur Symons

peonyloves08: "Love is a flaming heart, and its flames aspire / Till they cloud the soul in the smoke of a windy fire." - Arthur Symons

MoonRavenMagic: "Criticism is properly the rod of divination: a hazel switch for the discovery of buried treasure, not a birch twig for the castigation of offenders." Arthur Symons

YeeshaStone: Purugly Sorcerer “It is in their eyes that their magic resides.” -Arthur Symons

onthetabledream: "The long September evening dies In mist along the fields and lanes; Only a few faint stars surprise" - Arthur Symons, "Autumn Twilight"

Jopolkadot: The long September evening dies in mist along the fields and lanes Arthur Symons Art Photography © Joan Kocak

Hiddenbamboo: Spiritual Adventures - Arthur Symons

QChimps: Arthur Symons – A realist, in Venice, would… “A realist, in Venice, would become a romantic by mere faithfulness to what he saw before him.” -Arthur Symons More Famous Quotes Here More Quotes:

braingarbage: Arthur Symons~ poem by Stephen Richard Eng

callec6: “Comparatively few people care for art at all and most of them care for it because they mistake it for something else.” Arthur Symons, The Savoy No.8

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