Elizabeth Daryush Wealth Poems

  • 1.
    Not that broad path chose he, which whoso wills
    May tread, if he by pay the fatal price,
    And for such sweet as earthly life extils,
    Slaughter his heaven-born soul in sacrifice.
    ...
  • 2.
    Children of wealth in your warm nursery,
    Set in the cushioned window-seat to watch
    The volleying snow, guarded invisibly
    By the clear double pane through which no touch
    ...
Total 2 Wealth Poems by Elizabeth Daryush

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Dark 4 Wrong 3 Warm 3 Night 3 Room 3 Sunny 3 Home 3 Heaven 2 Wealth 2 Earth 2

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