Satires of Circumstance: Lyrics and Reveries; with Miscellaneous Pieces

Satires of Circumstance: Lyrics and Reveries; with Miscellaneous Pieces

Satires of Circumstance: Lyrics and Reveries; with Miscellaneous Pieces

Satires of Circumstance: Lyrics and Reveries; with Miscellaneous Pieces

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IN FRONT OF THE LANDSCAPE

PLUNGING and labouring on in a tide of

visions,

Dolorous and dear,

Forward I pushed my way as amid waste

waters

Stretching around,

Through whose eddies there glimmered the

customed landscape

Yonder and near,


Blotted to feeble mist. And the coomb and

the upland

Foliage-crowned,

Ancient chalk-pit, milestone, rills in the

grass-flat

Stroked by the light,

Seemed but a ghost-like gauze, and no

substantial

Meadow or mound.


What were the infinite spectacles bulking

foremost

Under my sight,

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