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Miscellany of Poetry

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Author: Anonymous
Published: 1919
Language: English
Wordcount: 21,135 / 77 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 72.1
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 454
mnybks.net#: 284
Genre: Poetry

Edited by W. Kean Seymour

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ngs of the earth that turned with the turning of Valmy mill,
While trickled the idle tale and the sea-blue eyes were burning, Still as the heart of a whirlwind, the heart of the world stood still.

"Barbara the beautiful had praise of lute and pen,
Her hair was like a summer night, dark and desired of men,
Her feet like birds from far away that linger and light in doubt, And her face was like a window where a man's first love looked out.

"Her sire was master of many slaves, a hard man of his hands; They built a tower about her in the desolate golden lands,
Sealed as the tyrants sealed their tombs, planned with an ancient plan, And set two windows in the tower, like the two eyes of a man."

Our guns were set towards the foe; we had no word for firing; Grey in the gateways of St. Gond the Guard of the tyrant shone; Dark with the fate of a falling star, retiring and retiring, The Breton line went backwards and the Breton tale went on.

"Her father had sailed across the se

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