The Book The Rural Poetry of the English Language

The Rural Poetry of the English Language

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  • Autor: Unknown Author
  • Editor: Forgotten Books
  • Relaese Date: 27 September 2015
  • ISBN: 1331349311
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT, Audio, MOBI
  • Number of page: 560 pages
  • File Size: 26MB
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Excerpt from The Rural Poetry of the English Language: Illustrating the Months and Seasons of the Year Unbinding earth, the moving softness strays.Joyous, the impatient husbandman perceivesRelenting Nature, and his lusty steersDrives from their stalls, to where the well-used ploughLies in the furrow, loosened from the frost.There, unrefusing, to the harnessed yokeThey lend their shoulder, and begin their toil, Cheered by the simple song and soaring lark.Meanwhile incumbent o'er the shining shareThe master leans, removes the obstructing clay, Winds the whole work, and sidelong lays the glebe.While through the neighboring fields the sower stalksWith measured step, and, liberal, throws the grainInto the faithful bosom of the ground: The harrow follows harsh, and shuts the scene. Invocation To The Powers Of Nature.- Farming A Subject Worthy Of The Poet- Virgil- Dignity Of Agriculture.- Britons Should Bless Mankind By Ploughing The Land As Well As The Sea. Be gracious, Heaven! for now laborious manHas done his part. Ye fostering breezes, blow!Ye softening dews, ye tender showers, descend!And temper all, thou world-reviving sun, Into the perfect year! Nor ye who liveIn luxury and ease, in pomp and pride, Think these lost themes unworthy of your ear: Such themes as these the rural Maro sungTo wide-imperial Rome, in the full heightOf elegance and taste, by Greece refined.In ancient times the sacred plough employedThe kings and awful fathers of mankind-And some, with whom compared your insect-tribesAre but the beings of a summer's day, Have held the scale of empire, ruled the stormOf mighty war- then, with unwearied hand, Disdaining little delicacies, seizedThe plough, and greatly independent lived.Ye generous Britons, venerate the plough!And o'er your hills, and long withdrawing vales, Let Autumn spread his treasures to the sun, Luxuriant and unbounded. As the sea, Far through his azure, turbulent domain, Your empire owns, and from a thousand shoresWafts all the pomp of life into your ports, So with superior boon may your rich soil, Exuberant, Natures better blessings pourO'er every land, the naked nations clothe, And be the exhaustless granary of a world! Verdure Revived.- Hawthorn Blossoms- buds- Leaves- Deer.- The Garden In Bloom. Nor only through the lenient air this change, Delicious, breathes- the penetrative sun, His force deep-darting to the dark retreatOf vegetation, sets the steaming powerAt large, to wander o'er the verdant earth, In various hues- but chiefly thee, gay green!Thou smiling Natures universal robe!United light and shade! where the sight dwellsWith growing strength, and ever-new delight.From the moist meadow to the withered hill, Led by the breeze, the vivid verdure runs, And swells, and deepens, to the cherished eye.The hawthorn whitens- and the juicy grovesPut forth their buds, unfolding by degrees, Till the whole leafy forest stands displayed, In full luxuriance, to the sighing gales-Where the deer rustle through the twining brake, And the birds sing concealed. At once arrayedIn all the colors of the flushing year, By Nature's swift and secret-working hand, The garden glows, and fills the liberal airWith lavish fragrance- while the promised fruitLies yet a little embryo, unperceived, Within its crimson folds. The Citizens Walk Into The Country In Spring.- A World Of Blossoms. Now from the townBuried in smoke, and sleep, and noisome damps, Oft let me wander o'er the dewy fields, Where freshness breathes, and dash the tremblingFrom the bent bush, as through the verdant mazeOf sweetbrier hedges I pursue my walk-Or taste the smell of dairy- or ascendSome eminence, Augusta, 1 in thy plains, An Information regarding the writer can not be uncovered or has become taken off at the obtain on the creator. You'll can be interested in alternative publications by way of the Unknown Author. We were capable of accumulate the majority of the almost all iformatsii for you. Regarding experts: this site isn't going to include open public accessibility ones textbooks on our webpages solely opening information regarding the ebook. If you feel web page will be infringing, you need to email us regarding it so if you're the article writer these textbooks, we will immediately remove web pages from web page.

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