Frederick William (fw) Harvey Life Poems

  • 1.
    Big glory mellowing on the mellowing hills,
    And in the Uttle valleys, thatch and dreams,
    Wrought by the manifold and vagrant wills
    Of sun and ripening rain and wind ; so gleams
    ...
  • 2.
    Bodies of comrade soldiers gleaming white
    Within the mill-pool where you float and dive

    And lounge around part-clothed or naked quite;
    ...
  • 3.
    How should I sing you ? â?? you who dwell unseen
    Within the darkest chamber of my heart.
    What picturesque and inward-turning art

    ...
  • 4.
    Once, I remember, when we were at home
    I had come into church, and waited late,
    Ere lastly kneeling to communicate
    Alone : and thinking that you would not come.
    ...
  • 5.
    Comrades of risk and rigour long ago
    Who have done battle under honour's name,
    Hoped (living or shot down) some meed of fime,
    And wooed bright Danger for a thrilling kiss, â??
    ...
  • 6.
    Dear, rash, warm-hearted friend.

    So careless of the end,

    ...
  • 7.
    God dreamed a man;
    Then, having firmly shut
    Life like a precious metal in his fist
    Withdrew, His labour done. Thus did begin
    ...
  • 8.
    (To E.M., Who drew them in Holzminden Prison)

    I

    ...
  • 9.
    Moth-like at night you flit or fly
    To where the other patients lie ;
    I hear, as you brush by my door
    The flutter of your wings, no more.
    ...
Total 9 Life Poems by Frederick William (fw) Harvey

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