Thomas Lovell Beddoes Light Poems

  • 1.
    Proserpine may pull her flowers,
    Wet with dew or wet with tears,
    Red with anger, pale with fears;
    Is it any fault of ours,
    ...
  • 2.
    So thou art come again, old black-winged night,
    Like an huge bird, between us and the sun,
    Hiding, with out-stretched form, the genial light;
    And still, beneath thine icy bosom's dun
    ...
  • 3.
    Act II Scene ii, lines 26-55


    A ho! A ho!
    ...
  • 4.
    To sea, to sea! The calm is o'er;
    The wanton water leaps in sport,
    And rattles down the pebbly shore;
    The dolphin wheels, the sea-cows snort,
    ...
  • 5.
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  • 6.
    TO sea, to sea! The calm is o'er;
    The wanton water leaps in sport,
    And rattles down the pebbly shore;
    The dolphin wheels, the sea-cow snorts,
    ...
  • 7.
    WHEN we were girl and boy together,
    We tossâ??d about the flowers
    And wreathâ??d the blushing hours
    Into a posy green and sweet.
    ...
  • 8.
    If there were dreams to sell,
    What would you buy?
    Some cost a passing bell;
    Some a light sigh,
    ...
Total 8 Light Poems by Thomas Lovell Beddoes

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