2 edition of Francis Thompson: the poet of earth in heaven found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1927 ed.Includes bibliographical references (pages 276-279).
|Statement||Faber and Gwyer|
|Publishers||Faber and Gwyer|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Seconde lettre a Monsieur Faure, avocat au Parlement, sur sa Consultation du 27 mai 1790, dans laquelle il de cide que lAssemble e nationale peut e riger et supprimer des eve che s.
I slept methinks, and awoke. The vagabond poet is a psychic traveler in the abstract realm of God, and God realization is his only concern. Come then, ye other children, Nature's Share with me, said I, your delicate fellowship. Thou dravest Love from thee who dravest Me.
"Thompson, Francis Joseph 1859—1907 ". " The Catholic apologist G.
Seeing none but I makes much of Naught He said. I in their delicate fellowship was one. Thompson contemplated in his nadir of despair, but was saved from completing the action through a vision which he believed to be that of a youthful poetwho had committed suicide over a century earlier. To all swift things for swiftness did I sue; Clung to the whistling mane of every wind. Guidance from Francis Thompson in Matters of Faith. Making the List: A Cultural History of the American Bestseller by Michael Korda.
To all swift things for swiftness did I sue; Clung to the whistling mane of every wind. In: Some Victorian and Georgian Catholics. The featured image is a photograph of Francis Thompson at the age of 19.
Thou knowest not How little worthy of any love thou art! Written in 1878 when Elgar was just 21 years of age.
we know what each other says, these things and I; In sound I speak, Their sound is but their stir, they speak by silences.