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" I am a lost illusion. Some strange spell Once made your friend there, with his fine disdain Of fact, conceive me perfect. He would fain (But could not) see me always, as befell His dream to see me, plucking asphodel, In saffron robes, on some celestial... "
Poems - Page 70
by Edward Rowland Sill - 1887 - 112 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 55

1885
...visit." Here the Portfolio closes for the present month. Oliver Wendell Holmes. HER EXPLANATION. So you have wondered at me, — guessed in vain What...and flung away In quest of what I was not, could not be, — Lilith, or Helen, or Antigone. Still he may search ; but I have had my day, And now the Past...
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Poems

Edward Rowland Sill - 1887 - 112 pages
...heart aches overmuch — Hush sounds ! shut out the light 1 A little I must sleep. HER EXPLANATION. s|O you have wondered at me, — guessed in vain What...and flung away In quest of what I was not, could not be,Lilith, or Helen, or Antigone. Her Explanation 71 Still he may search ; but I have had my day, And...
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Representative Sonnets by American Poets: With an Essay on the Sonnet, Its ...

Charles Henry Crandall - 1890 - 361 pages
...— what is there now for me to fear ? EDWARD ROWLAND SILL ("Andrew Hedbrooke "). HER EXPLANATION. So you have wondered at me, — guessed in vain What...and flung away In quest of what I was not, could not be, — Lilith, or Helen, or Antigone. Still he may search ; but I have had my day, And now the Past...
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The Poems of Edward Rowland Sill

Edward Rowland Sill - 1902 - 327 pages
...heart aches overmuch — Hush sounds ! shut out the light! A little I must sleep. HER EXPLANATION So you have wondered at me, — guessed in vain What...and flung away In quest of what I was not, could not be, — Lilith, or Helen, or Antigone. Still he may search ; but I have had my day, And now the Fast...
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The Poetical Works of Edward Rowland Sill

Edward Rowland Sill - 1906 - 423 pages
...end is one : And what is the truth to believe, And what is the right to be done ? HER EXPLANATION So you have wondered at me, — guessed in vain What...and flung away In quest of what I was not, could not be, — Lilith, or Helen, or Antigone. Still he may search ; but I have had my day, And now the Past...
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the poetical works of edward rowland sill

1906
...end is one : And what is the truth to believe, And what is the right to be done ? HER EXPLANATION So you have wondered at me, — guessed in vain What...and flung away In quest of what I was not, could not be, — Lilith, or Helen, or Antigone. Still he may search ; but I have had my day, And now the Past...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 55

1885
...visit." Here the Portfolio closes for the present mouth. Oliver Wendell Holmet. HER EXPLANATION. So you have wondered at me, — guessed in vain What...and flung away In quest of what I was not, could not be, — Lilith, or Helen, or Antigone. Still he may search ; but I have had my day, And now the Past...
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