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Howard Lovecraft

The Complete Poetry of H. P. Lovecraft

    Nikola Stajichas quoted6 months ago
    True bliss, methinks, a man can only find

    In virtuous life, & cultivated mind
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    Are bridges of pure alabaster,
    White bridges all cunningly carven
    With figures of fairies and daemons.
    Here glimmer strange suns and strange planets
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    A faint, veiled sign of continuities
    That outward eyes can never quite descry
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    A tenuous aether, indeterminate,
    Yet linked with all the laws of time and space
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    But now I knew that through the cosmic dome
    Those rays were calling from my far, lost home.
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    The evening star—but grown a thousandfold
    More haunting in this hush and solitude.
    It traced strange pictures on the quivering air—
    Half-memories that had always filled my eyes—
    Vast towers and gardens; curious seas and skies
    Of some dim life—I never could tell where.
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    I saw it from that hidden, silent place
    Where the old wood half shuts the meadow in.
    It shone through all the sunset’s glories—thin
    At first, but with a slowly brightening face
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    he great hill hung close over the old town,
    A precipice against the main street’s end;
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    us as we bore off our slender spoil,
    And when we scanned it in our darkened tent
    We struck a match to test the ancient oil.
    It blazed—great God!… But the vast shapes we saw
    In that mad flash have seared our lives with awe.
    ninuca beyhas quoted3 years ago
    “Here was your home,” he mocked, “when you had sight!”
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