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  • Journey To The Dead
    Forth from the East, up the ascent of Heaven,
    Day drove his courser with the Shining Mane;
    And in Valhalla, from his gable perch,
    The golden-crested Cock began to crow: ...
  • Funeral
    The gods held talk together, group'd in knots,
    Round Balder's corpse, which they had thither borne;
    And Hermod came down towards them from the gate.
    And Lok, the Father of the Serpent, first ...
  • The Last Glen
    Hist! once more!
    Listen, Pausanias!--Aye, 'tis Callicles!
    I know those notes among a thousand. Hark!
  • Typho
    He advances to the edge of the crater. Smoke and fire break forth with a loud noise, and CALLICLES is heard below singing:

  • Marsyas
    CALLICLES (from below)

    As the sky-brightening south-wind clears the day, ...
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Benjdutton: 4 of 5 stars to poems. the first volume. early poems,... by matthew arnold
Davidcranmerun1: and the arnold family on his mother's. his great-grandfather was thomas arnold of rugby school, his great-uncle matthew arnold, and his aunt mrs humphry ward. his grandfather thomas henry huxley was raised anglican but eventually became an advocate of agnosticism, a word he
Daily__bible___: but seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. - matthew 6:33
Benge_isabelle: monday 11/28 2022 bible study with pastor arnold murray continues book of matthew. q&a segment at last 15 minutes.
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Emily Dickinson Poem
Somewhere upon the general Earth
 by Emily Dickinson


Somewhere upon the general Earth
Itself exist Today-
The Magic passive but extant
That consecrated me-

Indifferent Seasons doubtless play

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