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sedmagis: I have learned a great deal about poetry generally in the process, and one thing I am now quite sure of is that all the finest poetry comes logically out of the fundamental action [...] To Arthur Symons

elegant_gh: As perfume doth remain In the folds where it hath lain, So the thought of you, remaining Deeply folded in my brain, Will not leave me: all things leave me . You remain. Arthur Symons

CailinCeltic: So,in the smoke-polluted place Where bird or flower might never be With glimmering feet,with flower-like face She dances at the Tivoli. The Primrose Dance - Arthur Symons Artwork - Google PicFinder

theplace2be: A Tune poem by Arthur Symons

JarndyceBooks: PERIODICAL. THE SAVOY. BEARDSLEY, Aubrey, SMITHERS, Leonard & SYMONS, Arthur. With Prospectus, a Christmas card and a coloured poster.

Sean_Kilpatrick: "Art may be served by morality, it can never be its servant." Arthur Symons

CailinCeltic: And the only world is the world of my dreams And my weaving the only happiness For what is the world but what it seems ? And who knows but that God, beyond our guess Sits weaving worlds out of loneliness? The Loom Of Dreams - Arthur Symons Artwork - Louis Comfort Tiffany

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likemindead: Really enjoying the poems of Arthur Symons at the moment.

lboroenglish: Tonight, we host our Decadent Literary Salon - with absinthe, readings of Arthur Symons, dressing-up, and much else!

somequotesbot: "And I would have, now love is over,An end to all, an end:I cannot, having been your lover,Stoop to become your friend!" - Arthur Symons

kdawn_89: "Here in the fairy wood, between sea and sea, I have heard the song of a fairy bird in a tree, And the peace that is not in the world has flown down to me." - Arthur Symons . . . I could just live on this…

TrueQuotation: I'm not a romantic. In life I didn't have much experience with romance. — Arthur Symons

kokucenneti: Arthur Symons (British poet) Born: Milford Haven, United Kingdom Date of birth: 1865-02-28

McKennaWriter: ' Studies of Death ' stories by S E Stenbock . W.B.Yeats called Stenbock: "Scholar, connoisseur, drunkard, poet, pervert, most charming of men." Arthur Symons saw him as "bizarre, fantastic, feverish, eccentric, extravagant, morbid and perverse."

khattak_xalinda: rise, A wraith, with starlight in your eyes, Where calm hours weave, for such a mood Solitude out of solitude; For this, for this, you come to me Out of the night, out of the sea. —FROM “STELLA MARIS” BY ARTHUR SYMONS(1865–1945)

theplace2be: A Tune (Arthur Symons Poems)

Elizabe03733791: A shadow of things that seem; And the greatest good is but small, That all life is a dream to all, And that dreams themselves are a dream. —Arthur Symons (translator)

somequotesbot: "And I would have, now love is over,An end to all, an end:I cannot, having been your lover,Stoop to become your friend!" - Arthur Symons

BoatingOnLI: The wind is rising on the sea, The windy white foam-dancers leap ~ Arthur Symons

Poetry24blog: Poetry in motion – An Irishman’s Diary on Arthur Symons and a visit to the Aran Islands in 1896

GenSocIreland: Interesting piece by Oliver O'Hanlon in The Irish Times

tsEmma15: "And I too under the stars, Alone with the night again, And the water's monotone; I and the night alone, And the wo...

_DieGrinsekatze: And I too under the stars, Alone with the night again, And the water's monotone; I and the night alone, And the wor...

theplace2be: A TUNE poem by Arthur Symons -

quesnel166: The Symbolist Movement in Literature-Arthur Symons is indeed a revelation

tsEmma15: A realist, in Venice, would become a romantic by mere faithfulness to what he saw before him. Arthur Symons

XOAN50: // "Night, and the silence of the night, In Venice; far away, a song; As if the lyric water made Itself a serenade...

CatsShelf: "It is in their eyes that their magic resides" - Arthur Symons Art: Shelter Sweety by Molly Poole

tsEmma15: I had my dreams of Venice, but nothing that I had dreamed was as impossible as what I found. Arthur Symons...

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Nicholas Of Montenegro
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He speaks as straight as his rifles shot,
As straight as a thrusting blade,
Waiting the deed that shall trouble the truce
His savage guns have made.

“You have dared the wrath of a dozen states,”
Was the challenge that he heard;
“We can die but once!” said the grim old King
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