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LeeAnnHowlettVO: A New Year : Dora Sigerson Shorter : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

woxenthropper: (2/2) Pushed softly open, and then tapped once more." —Mrs. Clement Shorter (Dora Sigerson)

Spill_Words: Wishes a poem by Dora Sigerson Shorter I wish we could live as the flowers live, To breathe and to bloom in the summer and sun; To slumber and sway in the heart of the night, And to die when our glory had done.

iswearenglish: Wishes Poem by Dora Maria Sigerson Shorter - Summary Analysis Reading - Wishes by Dora Maria Sigerson Shorter 1866 – 1918

BeineckeLibrary: from The tricolour poems of the Irish revolution by Dora Sigerson Shorter.

GarsShortReads: 8. TRANSMIGRATION, Dora Sigerson Shorter. There was another of her stories in the Shadow Voices collection, which I wasn’t wild about.

AodhBC: Thomas Hardy avoiding being effusive about Clement Shorter's marriage to Dora Sigerson of Dublin (one of those Sigersons).

mytholder: 27. THE FATHER CONFESSOR, Dora Sigerson Shorter. This one’s a bit… what?

AbdnRiiss: Are you reading for Dora Sigerson Tuesday? Drop us a DM to be part of the conversation!

IrishLitSoc: A fraught history that folds in the Society’s early years, O’Donovan Rossa’s Skirmishers, Yeats chanting, Dora Sigerson’s death of grief over 1916...

Spill_Words: Wishes a poem by Dora Sigerson Shorter I wish we could live as the flowers live, To breathe and to bloom in the summer and sun; To slumber and sway in the heart of the night, And to die when our glory had done.

Kairpra: 'The Wind on the Hills' by Dora Sigerson Shorter (1866-1918) Go not to the hills of Erin When the night winds are about; Put up your bar and shutter And so keep the danger out. For the good-folk whirl within it, And they pull you by the hand, And they push you on the shoulder,

LucyLondon7: The latest post on the Female Poets of the First World War weblog is about Irish-born Dora Sigerson Shorter.

TheHughLane: 'Dora Sigerson Shorter'~ John Sir Lavery, (1918) This is a three-quarter length portrait of a woman, Dora Sigerson Shorter. She is facing right and stares vacantly, without engaging the viewer. She is wearing a black dress with a wide white lace collar and lace cuffs.

RDGStout: But there is sorrow on the way, For I to-night have seen A banshee in the shadow pass Along the dark boreen. —Dora Sigerson

TheHughLane: 'Dora Sigerson Shorter (Posthumous Portrait)'~ John Sir Lavery, (1918) This is a three-quarter length portrait of a woman, Dora Sigerson Shorter. She is facing right and stares vacantly, without engaging the viewer. She is wearing a black dress with a wide white lace collar.

ucdspeccoll: Today marks Dora Sigerson’s (1867 - 1918) 155th birthday! These beautiful examples of our holdings on Sigerson come from Curran/Laird Book Collection:

MistyMissChrsty: Dora Maria Sigerson Shorter (August 16, 1866-January 6, 1918) was an Irish poet and sculptor. She was the designer of a memorial to the men who died in the 1916 Easter Rebellion. During renovations, a time capsule was discovered but was left unopened.

TheHughLane: 'Dora Sigerson Shorter (Posthumous Portrait)'~ John Sir Lavery, (1918) This is a three-quarter length portrait of a woman, Dora Sigerson Shorter. She is facing right and stares vacantly, without engaging the viewer.

wsmayo: A Ballad of The Wailing Ghost - Dora Sigerson Shorter

SineadKK: dora sigerson: a mood

BeineckeLibrary: from The tricolour : poems of the Irish revolution / by Dora Sigerson Shorter.

sineadgleeson: Her father was a huge influence and Tynan became interested in politics from an early age, as a supporter of Parnell - but also through her work with the Ladies’ Land League. Her correspondents included WB Yeats, Rosa Mulholland, Gerard Manley Hopkins and Dora Sigerson.

ancailinban: He made you all fair, You in purple and gold, You in silver and green, Till no eye that has seen Without love can behold. I have left you behind In the path of the past, With the white breath of flowers, With the best of God's hours, I have left you at last. - Dora Sigerson

jprapke: Wishes by Dora Sigerson Shorter I wish we could live as the flowers live, To breathe and to bloom in the summer and sun; To slumber and sway in the heart of the night, And to die when our glory had done. I wish we could lov…

fairliehope: “A scallop shell, loosed by the lifting tide, ⁠Had left a friendly shore, the seas to brave; Its lips of pink and snowy hollow shone ⁠Pure in the sun, a pearl upon the wave.” — Dora Sigerson Shorter

Spill_Words: Wishes a poem by Dora Sigerson Shorter I wish we could live as the flowers live, To breathe and to bloom in the summer and sun; To slumber and sway in the heart of the night, And to die when our glory had done.

MelanieJaxn: Go not to the hills of Erin When the night winds are about; Put up your bar and shutter & so keep the danger out. & all your children's children, They cannot sleep or rest, When the wind is out in Erin And the sun is in the West. -Dora Sigerson

martinafurlong: 'An Island That Sings' 2020 Mixed media on wood H30xW30cm

dubcilib: In our latest podcast art historian Jessica Fahy discusses portraits of Irish women writers in the Hugh Lane Gallery. Hear about writers & painters including Lady Gregory, Jane Barlow, Dora Sigerson Shorter, Katharine Tynan & Alice Stopford Green

BeineckeLibrary: From The tricolour : poems of the Irish revolution / by Dora Sigerson Shorter.

inspivated: A Friend In Need by Dora Sigerson Shorter

nemoloris: A little-known fact about Dora Sigerson Shorter is that she had a cat called Dora Sigerson Shorthair.

nemoloris: Also, Keats and Chapman referrer to her pauses in conversation as ‘Dora Sigerson longueurs’.

gnb_haru: I want to feel thy arms around me pressed, To hide my weeping eyes upon thy breast; I want thy strength to hold and comfort me For all the grief I had in losing thee. - I Want to Talk to Thee (by Dora Sigerson Shorter) [8 years ago - After the death of Noburu]

MagpieDiviner: And it will chance some morning You will come home no more; Your wife sees but a withered leaf In the wind about the door" - Dora Sigerson Shorter

arslongvitabrev: The Story and Song of Black Roderick by Dora Sigerson Shorter

ucdspeccoll: Followed by Constantin Curran’s copy of Dora Sigerson’s “The sad years” complete with Jack B. Yeats drawn bookplate (1.O.32) - see if you can find Yeats’ signature hidden in the drawing!

Boom2Bloom: Dora Sigerson Quote: Till the Wind on the Sea Bore a Strange Melody of an Island That Sings | Irish Art Print | Gift for Ireland Lovers!

nerites: From thorn to thorn, in diamond rain, Who caught the cup of crystal pure And hung so fair the shining chain? ‘Tis death, the spider, in his net, Who lures the dancers as they glide, In cloth of gold, in gown of green, My lord and lady side by side. — Dora Sigerson Shorter

XwhosCom: Dora Sigerson Shorter (Irish poet) Born: Dublin, Ireland Date of birth: 1866-08-16

valeriodistefan: Wishes by SHORTER, Dora Sigerson

arslongvitabrev: The Story and Song of Black Roderick by Dora Sigerson Shorter

Evyknightley: Watcher In The Woods by Dora Sigerson Shorter, 1906.

Strokestownpoem: Dora Sigerson Shorter Anniversary Workshop - Strokestown Poetry

Strokestownpoem: Dora Sigerson Shorter Anniversary Workshop

security_iam: Fairy Changeling and Other Poems, The by SHORTER, Dora Sigerson

arslongvitabrev: The Story and Song of Black Roderick by Dora Sigerson Shorter

EdithLaGraziana: Poetry Revisited: A Summer's Day by Dora Sigerson

DanMulhall: My featured poet today is Dora Sigerson Shorter (1866-1918) who was part of the Irish literary revival of the 1890s.

DanMulhall: And all your children's children They cannot sleep or rest, When the wind is out in Erin & the sun is in the West. Dora Sigerson Shorter

YTAudioBooks: I Am The World | Dora Sigerson Shorter | Multi-version (Weekly and Fortnightly poetry) | Sound Book:

YTAudioBooks: I Am The World | Dora Sigerson Shorter | Multi-version (Weekly and Fortnightly poetry) | Audio Book:

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