Poems of sentiment and imagination

with dramatic and descriptive pieces. by Frances Fuller Victor

Publisher: A. S. Barnes & Co. in New York

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StatementBy Frances A. and Metta V. Fuller.
ContributionsVictor, Metta Victoria Fuller, 1831-1885, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3129 .V57 1851
The Physical Object
Pagination[3] l., ix-x, [11]-264 p.
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6768741M
LC Control Number32000917
OCLC/WorldCa6480984

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Poems of sentiment and imagination, with dramatic and descriptive pieces by Victor, Frances Fuller, ; Victor, Metta Victoria Fuller,joint author. Poems of Sentiment and Imagination, with Dramatic and Descriptive Pieces In ushering to the world of letters this book of thoughts and feelings, germed in the seclusion of a dreamy youth, the authors, it may be conceived, had not the fear of criticism in their minds, else, perhaps, polish and elaboration might have insured more finished.

Author: Victor, Frances Fuller, Title: Poems of sentiment and imagination, with dramatic and descriptive pieces. By Frances A. and Metta V. Fuller. ⁠I look upon the young moon in the sky, And my thoughts image thee. Have you forgot That which I told you in the sweet "lang syne," When I was young enough to dream of faith.

Excerpt from Poems of Sentiment and Imagination: With Dramatic and Descriptive Pieces IN ushering to the world of letters this book of thoughts and feelings Sentimental Psychological epistolary-Gothic-Detective Dramatic Science Such kind of poetry expresses a poet's sentiments as he or she expresses Poets use many types of lyrics while writing.

The witching embodiment of poetry. And I knew one of a less lovely face, ⁠ With form less fairy-like and beautiful, With motions not so full of perfect grace, ⁠ But whose chief charm was loveliness of soul.

Yet she was beautiful; you should have seen ⁠ The soft eye lighten, and the restless lip, Tremulous with lofty sentiment, and been. The Pleasures Of Imagination: Book The Fourth Poem by Mark Akenside.

Autoplay next video. One effort more, one cheerful sally more, Our destin'd course will finish. and in peace Then, for an offering sacred to the powers Who lent us gracious guidance, we will then. An epic poem that frames books as doors to dream worlds and autobiographical reflections: While listlessly I sate, and, having closed The book, had turned my eyes toward the wide sea.

⁠Night, lovely nun, had donned her sable vail, And softly as a dream had stolen forth From evening's shadowy cloisters, and begun To light her vestal fires in heaven's high vault.

Poems of sentiment and imagination. New York, A.S. Barnes & Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Frances Fuller Victor; Metta Victoria Fuller Victor. ‎This book is a collection of ecclesiastical histories, including the legend of Saint Brendan.

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Tell me, for I dread the healing ⁠ Of the heart above its dead— Its dead dreams of hope and feeling, And its passionate revealing ⁠ In the bitter tear-drops shed Long, and long, by wounded fondness— ⁠ Wounded love that wept and bled.

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