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The Cycle of Spring

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Published: 1917
Language: English
Wordcount: 14,404 / 50 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 89.8
LoC Categories: PN, TK
Downloads: 2,946
Added to site: 2008.02.14
mnybks.net#: 20068
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Drama
Excerpt

at do you want to do now?

King, I'm going to have a race through those cries, which are rising outside your gate.

What do you mean? Famine relief is for men of business. Poets oughtn't to have anything to do with things like that.

King, business men always make their business so out of tune. That is why we Poets hasten to tune it.

Now come, my dear Poet, do speak in plainer language.

King, they work, because they must. We work, because we are in love with life. That is why they condemn us as unpractical, and we condemn them as lifeless.

But who is right, Poet? Who wins? You, or they?

We, King, we. We always win.

But, Poet, your proof----

King, the greatest things in the world disdain proof. But if you could for a time wipe out all the poets and all their poetry from the world, then you would soon discover, by their very absence, where the men of action got their energy from, and who really supplied the life-sap to their harvest-field. It is not th

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