Who is Louise Imogen Guiney

For other people with this last name, see Guiney. ca. 1900 Louise Imogen Guiney (January 17, 1861 – November 2, 1920) was an American poet, essayist and editor, born in Roxbury, Massachusetts.

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Louise Imogen Guiney Poems

  • A Seventeenth-century Song
    She alone of Shepherdesses
    With her blue disdayning eyes,
    Wo'd not hark a Kyng that dresses
    All his lute in sighes: ...
  • Among The Flags
    In Doric Hall, Massachussetts State House

    Dear witnesses, all-luminous, eloquent,
    Stacked thickly on the tessellated floor! ...
  • Brook Farm
    Down the long road, bent and brown,
    Youth, that dearly loves a vision,
    Ventures to the gate Elysian,
    As a pilgrim from the town. ...
  • Sunday Chimes In The City
    Across the bridge, where in the morning blow
    The wrinkled tide turns homeward, and is fain
    Homeward to drag the balck sea-goer's chain,
    And the long yards by Dowgate dipping low; ...
  • The Atoning Yesterday
    Ye daffodilian days, whose fallen towers
    Shielded our paradisal prime from ill,
    Fair Past, fair motherhood! let come what will,
    We, being yours, defy the anarch powers. ...
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I Love You 13 Love 13 Heart 12 Long 12 Sea 9 Night 9 Wind 8 Light 8 Sun 7 Star 7

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  • Lovecarousel: the light of the house by louise imogen guiney
  • Hc_libs: this week, the archives department is working on the guiney family papers. a large part of the collection are the works of 19th century poet, louise imogen guiney. guiney published her first book of poetry when she was only 23 years old, songs at the start. (1/3)
  • Bcirishstudies: next week! - burns scholar lecture, 3/31: fearghal mcgarry:
  • Lovecarousel: your name is as a spell midway of speech and thought - louise imogen guiney
  • Achahistory: the collection also includes papers and visual materials of alumnae and friends: journalist and writer katherine anne porter, poet louise imogen guiney, members of the kennedy family, photographer imogen cunningham, and artists nina barr wheeler and hildreth meiere 5/
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Republic And Motherland
 by Alfred Noyes

(Written after entering New York Harbor at Daybreak)

Up the vast harbor with the morning sun
The ship swept in from sea;
Gigantic towers arose, the night was done,
And--there stood Liberty.

Silent, the great torch lifted in one hand,

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