Georgian Poetry 1913-15

Author: Anonymous
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 37,054 / 120 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 84.9
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 488
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Genre: Poetry
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e you? No, no, no! Stand farther off!
You pulse and glow; you are too vital; your presence hurts ... Freshness of hill-swards, wind and trodden ling,
I should have known that Goneril stands here.
It is yet dawn, but you have been afoot
Afar and long: where could you climb so soon?

Goneril:

Dearest, I am an evil daughter to you:
I never thought of you--O, never once--
Until I heard a moor-bird cry like you.
I am wicked, rapt in joys of breath and life,
And I must force myself to think of you.
I leave you to caretakers' cold gentleness;
But O, I did not think that they dare leave you.
What woman should be here?

Hygd:

I have forgot ...
I know not ... She will be about some duty.
I do not matter: my time is done ... nigh done ...
Bought hands can well prepare me for a grave,
And all the generations must serve youth.
My girls shall live untroubled while they may,
And learn happiness once while yet blind men
Have inj

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