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ernstgraf: “Ernest Dowson was the ultimate poet. When he died he had almost literally nothing but the clothes he stood up in & his tattered manuscript book of verse. He was purest representative of legendary group of British artists of the 1890s called the decadents" - Jad Adams

ernstgraf: “As soon as he was able, he would get down from his desk and make his way to the West End. The night was his." Jad Adams on Ernest Dowson

TwttPoet: “They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for awhile, then closes Within a dream.” — Ernest Dowson, The Poems and Prose of Ernest Dowson

englishwellbiz: The Diary of a Successful Man by Ernest Dowson

Kulambq: "Poor wounded wonderful fellow that he was, a tragic reproduction of all tragic poetry, like a symbol, or a scene. I hope bay leaves will be laid on his tomb and rue and myrtle too for he knew what love is." ~ Oscar Wilde on the death of Ernest Dowson

Kulambq: "We cannot understand Laughter or tears, for we have only known Surpassing vanity: vain things alone Have driven our perverse and aimless band." ~ Ernest Dowson

neiljameshudson: And happy bloody Christmas from Ernest Dowson.

Sayyam_Tasib: "They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for awhile, then closes Within a dream." -(Ernest Dowson)

plastic_bio: O pray the earth enfoldOur life-sick hearts and turn them into dust. - Ernest Dowson

Ken97109552: "They are not long, the weeping and the laughter, Love and desire and hate: I think they have no portion in us after We pass the gate." - Ernest Dowson

Ken97109552: "We have walked in Love's land a little way, We have learnt his lesson a little while, And shall we not part at the end of day, With a sigh, a smile?" - from "April Love" by Ernest Dowson

sophiafira: Poem of the week: Non sum qualis eram bonae sub regno Cynarae by Ernest Dowson

Bomboli2: They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. – Ernest Dowson, from "Vitae Summa Brevis".

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MorrowJulian: Buongiorno a tutti Bonjour ma TL Good morning Twitter "They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream." Ernest Christopher Dowson Be seeing you

LyndonMytton: William Wordsworth {1770-1850} Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson {1809-1892} John Clare {1793-1864} Ernest Dowson {1867-1900} Wondrous poets whose poetry will, once read, haunt you always and rip your guts out'. [Poems 'for evening tears']

PoetryAlive: Poem of the week: Non sum qualis eram bonae sub regno Cynarae by Ernest Dowson

TheRealSPA: Mitchell set to finalizing the manuscript, changing characters' names (Scarlett was Pansy in earlier drafts), cutting and rearranging chapters and finally naming the book Gone With the Wind, a phrase from “Cynara!, a favorite Ernest Dowson poem.

vicklbennett: --Ernest Dowson They are not long, the weeping and the laughter, Love and desire and hate; I think they have no portion in us after We pass the gate. They are not long, the days of wine and roses; Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream.

streamedicine: In this article, Allyson Kreuiter analyses gender and androgyny in the play "The Pierrot of the Minute," written by fellow English aesthete confrère of Wilde and Beardsley, Ernest Dowson.

JeanIrisMurdoch: They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. Ernest Dowson

MCVictorEremita: O Captain! My Captain! our fearful trip is done — W. Whitman Is all that we see or seem But a dream within a dream? — E.A. Poe They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. — Ernest Dowson

MelanieJaxn: Let us go hence: the night is now at hand; The day is overworn, the birds all flown; And we have reaped the crops the gods have sown. --Ernest Dowson

MelanieJaxn: Let misty autumn be our part! The twilight of the year is sweet: Where shadow and the darkness meet Our love, a twilight of the heart... -Ernest Dowson

WillCarver15: Ah, the Days of Wine And Roses… “They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream.” - Ernest Dowson

EmanSeliem5: Ernest Dowson, from "Vitae Summa Brevis" (1896).

anote2mich: Let misty autumn be our part! The twilight of the year is sweet: Where shadow and the darkness meet Our love, a twilight of the heart Eludes a little time's deceit. The Poems and Prose of Ernest Dowson

Hsquared_Studio: "My dear Ernest, I arrived safe, under a cold white moon, at one o'clock in the morning. My servant was asleep, so I woke him up and enquired about his early life, which, as I expected, was quite uninteresting." 'The Letters of Oscar Wilde', To Earnest Dowson, 16 June 1897.

WishianC: Ernest Dowson Quote about Absinthe

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ColemanRidge: At the same time, I was in training to be an Irish-American drunk, which included reading sentimental, self-pitying, gorgeous poems by Ernest Dowson, Arthur Symons, Swinburne, D.G. Rossetti, and Lionel Johnson. Not quite the thing, I know, but damn. Such gateway poems.

Jasmine_black13: They Are Not Long - by Ernest Dowson

getloast: "They are not long, the weeping and the laughter, Love and desire and hate; I think they have no portion in us after We pass the gate. They are not long, the days of wine and roses, Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream." -Ernest Dowson

Garvita2002: "Let misty autumn be our part! The twilight of the year is sweet: where shadow and the darkness meet. Our love, a twilight of the heart eludes a little time's deceit." —Ernest Dowson, AUTUMNAL, The Poems and Prose of Ernest Dowson

RubaAbuAli1: Are we not better and at home In dreamful Autumn, we who deem No harvest joy is worth a dream? A little while and night shall come, A little while, then, let us dream. ~Ernest Dowson, The Poems and Prose of Ernest Dowson.

sorununmerkezi: They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. ~Ernest Dowson~

CadiCiragi: They are not long, the weeping and the laughter, Love and desire and hate: I think they have no portion in us after We pass the gate. They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. Ernest Dowson

QueenAnneBoleyn: “They are not long, the days of wine and roses.” ― Ernest Dowson

alexwh: Ernest Christopher Dowson's cynara

dig_old: < The phrase "days of wine and roses" is originally from the poem "Vitae Summa Brevis" by the English writer Ernest Dowson. The album is ranked number 99 in Blender magazine's 100 Greatest Indie-Rock Albums Ever.

MaxColeArt: Framed ACEO “Are we not better and at home In dreamful Autumn, we who deem No harvest joy is worth a dream? A little while and night shall come, A little while, then, let us dream.” ― Ernest Dowson

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to Prafulla Chandra Ray (d. 1944), Irving Babbitt (d. 1933), John Radecki (d. 1955), Ernest Dowson (d. 1900), Constantine I of Greece (d. 1923), Marianne Weber (d. 1954), John French Sloan (d. 1951), George E. Stewart (d. 1946) and Mstislav Dobuzhinsky (d. 1957).

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English poet Ernest C. Dowson (August 2,1867), author of "Decorations in Verse and Prose" (1899) et al.

JohnMcDonald15: Ernest Dowson (1867-1900) He always epitomized the 1890's Yellow Book era decadents to me. Poverty, absinthe, poetry of fragile beauty. "They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream."

ARTSalamode: Born 8/2: painters John French Sloan, Arthur Dove, sculptor Frederic Bartholdi, writers James Baldwin, Ernest Dowson, Isabel Allende, Bei Dao,Caleb Carr, jazz drums Eddie Locke,Billy Kilson, jazz sax George "Big Nick" Nicholas, singer/songwriter "Big" Walter Price, dir Wes Craven

ARTSalamode: "They are not long, the days of wine and roses. Out of a misty dream, our path emerges for a while, then closes, within a dream." Ernest Dowson

PoetryAlive: Poem of the week: Non sum qualis eram bonae sub regno Cynarae by Ernest Dowson

DavidBlais602: “They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for awhile, then closes Within a dream.” ― Ernest Dowson, The Poems and Prose of Ernest Dowson

The_PBS: I was only wondering aloud the other day that we don't see as much of the decadents and the 1890s as we used to and this popped from a box... later, 1915 edition, but designed and illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley, this is the complete poems of the rather tragic Ernest Dowson...

arealmofwonder: Whose piece of poetry below do you deem to be the best? A • Walter Savage Landor B • A. E. Housman C • William Blake D • Ernest Dowson

MagiPegasus: D--Ernest Dowson <3 That was hard....

emma_darwin: ‘Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder’ is surely one of the great, great puns. Ernest Dowson, we salute you! Good thread.

MathewJLyons: I had no idea Ernest Dowson was so influential!

Javeriia: “I am not sorrowful but I am tired Of everything that I ever desired” Ernest Dowson quoted in Emil Cioran’s Notebook

ernstgraf: Finally got to go inside the beautiful Church of Our Lady of the Assumption & St. Gregory, a Roman Catholic church on Warwick Street, Soho, formerly known as the Royal Bavarian Chapel, where Ernest Dowson's beloved Adelaide married her German.

Page_Upon_Page: The poems of Ernest Dowson (Published: 1946) Full text:

MaxColeArt: “Pale amber sunlight falls across The reddening October trees, That hardly sway before a breeze As soft as summer: summer's loss Seems little, dear! on days like these.” ― Ernest Dowson

wsmayo: The Three Witches - Ernest Dowson

geogabbi: ‘Pierrot of the minute’ was written by Ernest Dowson, the tragic decadent poet, loyal friend of Oscar Wilde, invented the word ‘soccer’ and the phrase ‘Gone with the wind’. The bio by Jad Adams is an absolute pearl.

thosecreatures: Here's a new essay on Ernest Dowson and Théophile Gautier, the first of what I hope will be rather a lot of new material on the still-neglected decadent poet

truthtableJCT: “They are not long, the days of wine and roses.” — Ernest Dowson

weirb4:  They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. – Ernest Dowson, from "Vitae Summa Brevis" (1896).

NateSmithSNF: Ernest Dowson wrote that "out of a misty dream // our path emerges for a while, then closes // within a dream." Worse yet, adds Poe, "all that we see or seem // is but a dream within a dream."

nemoloris: Passions continue to run high on the subject of Ernest Dowson in Muriel Spark’s Memento Mori.

nemoloris: An angry telegraph on the subject of Ernest Dowson from Muriel Spark’s Memento Mori.

jeandepalacio: PIERROT IV Pierrot en Angleterre H. De Vere Stacpoole, "Pierrot! A Story" (1896) Ernest Dowson, "The Pierrot of the Minute" (1897) with Aubrey Beardsley's Frontispiece (on the left)

danrowley26011: I've concluded that Morrissey and Ernest Dowson are the same person. This is groundbreaking.

HearsayTerence: Typical flower-throwing poem by Ernest Dowson.

MaxColeArt: “Pale amber sunlight falls across The reddening October trees, That hardly sway before a breeze As soft as summer: summer's loss Seems little, dear! on days like these.” ― Ernest Dowson

realmpoetry: Vitae summa brevis spem nos vetat inchoare longam -Ernest Dowson

edpearce080759: The novel Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction on May 3, 1937. The title came from a poem called Non Sum Qualis Eram Bonae sub Regno Cynarae by Ernest Dowson: “I have forgot much, Cynara! gone with the wind."

Alcyone_viola: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. ──Ernest Dowson

excadett: They are not long, the weeping and the laughter, Love and desire and hate: I think they have no portion in us after We pass the gate. They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. Ernest Dowson.

nicratwoman: I understand that absinthe makes the tart grow fonder. Ernest Dowson

vaidehikudhyadi: vitae summa brevis by ernest dowson (1896)

Solisinthesky0: They are not long: the days of wine and roses / Out of a misty dream / Our path emerges for a while, then closes / Within a dream Ernest Dowson

MaxColeArt: “Pale amber sunlight falls across The reddening October trees, That hardly sway before a breeze As soft as summer: summer's loss Seems little, dear! on days like these.” ― Ernest Dowson

JosPrez28302882: "Vitae Summa Brevis Spem Nos Vetat Incohare Longam" They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. ERNEST DOWSON

amlitreader: Ernest Dowson: "We have walked in Love's land a little way, We have learnt his lesson a little while, And shall we not part at the end of day, With a sigh, a smile?"

nmss_DUMBASS: April Love - Ernest Dowson We have walked in Love’s land a little way, We have learnt his lesson a little while, And shall we not part at the end of day, With a sigh, a smile? A little while in the shine of the sun, We were twined together,

ophelia11111: Who have loved and lingered a little while, Join lips for the last time, go our way, With a sigh, a smile? ~ Ernest Dowson (Vintage April calendar art)

MrKauffy: Vitae Summa Brevis Spem Nos Incohare Longam by Ernest Dowson

jameskraitt: It disgusts me how we study Ernest Dowson’s poetry in English lit but choose to brush over how the poem is literally about his unrequited love for an 11 year old and instead just label it as ‘context.’ HE WAS A NONCE FFS

vintage5vintage: Two groups of poets emerged in the 1890s, the Yellow Book poets who adhered to the tenets of Aestheticism, including Algernon Charles Swinburne, Oscar Wilde and Arthur Symons and the Rhymers' Club group, that included Ernest Dowson, Lionel Johnson and Irishman William Butler

RosalieMParker: Very early Tartarus Press publication for sale by low-start auction on ebay! THE DIARY OF A SUCCESSFUL MAN ERNEST DOWSON TARTARUS PRESS 1990 FIRST EDITION

HearsayTerence: Oscar Wilde on Ernest Dowson's death: "Poor wounded wonderful fellow that he was, a tragic reproduction of all tragic poetry, like a symbol, or a scene. I hope bay leaves will be laid on his tomb and rue and myrtle too for he knew what love was."

RealEmirHan: “I am not sorrowful but I am tired Of everything that I ever desired” Ernest Dowson quoted in Emil Cioran’s Notebook

SpedSpedding: Non Sum Qualis Eram by Ernest Dowson || A-Level Poetry Analysis

MaxColeArt: “Pale amber sunlight falls across The reddening October trees, That hardly sway before a breeze As soft as summer: summer's loss Seems little, dear! on days like these.” ― Ernest Dowson

PeterLinton1: They are not long, the days of wine and roses. Out of a misty dream, our path emerges for a while, then closes, within a dream. ~ Ernest Dowson

MargheritaPari7: ...Ernest Dowson : a beautiful poem as a motto for a whole life poem set to music at the beginning of his activity as a composer

TonyLea17: "They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream." ---- Lee Remick, 'The Days of Wine and Roses' (1962), after Ernest Dowson

trine777: THEY are not long, the weeping and the laughter, Love and desire and hate: I think they have no portion in us after We pass the gate. They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while ... then closes. -- Ernest Dowson

MaxColeArt: “A little while and night shall come, A little while, then, let us dream.” ― Ernest Dowson

antonellav__: "I am not sorrowful, but only tired Of everything that I ever desired". Ernest Dowson

YogiScottL: They are not long, the days of wine and roses: Out of a misty dream Our path emerges for a while, then closes Within a dream. ~ Ernest Dowson



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Seraphita
 by Ernest Dowson

Come not before me now, O visionary face!
Me tempest-tost, and borne along life's passionate sea;
Troublous and dark and stormy though my passage be;
Not here and now may we commingle or embrace,
Lest the loud anguish of the waters should efface
The bright illumination of thy memory,
Which dominates the night; rest, far away from me,
In the serenity of thine abiding-place!
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