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Robert Nichols Poems

  • The Philosopher's Oration: A Faun's Holiday
    Meanwhile, though nations in distress
    Cower at a comet's loveliness
    Shaken across the midnight sky;
    Though the wind roars, and Victory, ...
  • To
    Asleep within the deadest hour of night
    And turning with the earth, I was aware
    How suddenly the eastern curve was bright,
    As when the sun arises from his lair. ...
  • Address To The Sunset
    Exquisite stillness! What serenities
    Of earth and air! How bright atop the wall
    The stonecropâ??s fire and beyond the precipice
    How huge, how hushed the primrose evenfall! ...
  • The Pilgrim
    Put by the sun my joyful soul,
    We are for darkness that is whole;

    Put by the wine, now for long years ...
  • Farewell
    For the last time, maybe, upon the knoll
    I stand. The eve is golden, languid, sad.
    Day like a tragic actor plays his role
    To the last whispered word and falls gold-clad. ...
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Heart 17 Sun 16 Light 15 I Love You 14 Love 14 Head 13 Wind 12 Death 12 Long 12 Night 12

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  • Natgeotravel: an elephant calf and its mother intertwine their trunks in this charming scene captured by photographer michael nichols in tanzania's serengeti national park.
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Thomas Moore Poem
Lay His Sword By His Side
 by Thomas Moore

Lay his sword by his side -- it hath served him too well
Not to rest near his pillow below;
To the last moment true, from his hand ere it fell,
Its point was still turn'd to a flying foe.
Fellow-labourers in life, let them slumber in death,
Side by side, as becomes the reposing brave --
That sword which he loved still unbroke in its sheath,
And himself unsubdued in his grave.

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