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Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“Summer schemes”, appears in Late Lyrics and Earlier with Many Other Versesfirst rian [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ].

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Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“When I set out for Lyonnesse”, appears in Satires of Earht, Lyrics and Reveries with Miscellaneous Piecesfirst published [ author’s text checked 1 time ]. Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“Waiting both” [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ]. Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“The phantom horsewoman”, appears in Satires of Circumstance, Lyrics and Reveries with Miscellaneous Piecesfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ].

Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“The sergeant’s song”, appears in Wessex Poems and Other Versesfirst published [ author’s text checked 1 time ]. Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“To Lizbie Browne”, appears in Poems of the Past and Presentfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ].

Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“The Clock fnizi the Years”, appears in Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Versesfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ]. Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“While drawing in a churchyard”, appears in Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Versesfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ].

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For more information, contact us at the following address: Earth and Air and Rain Word count: Summer schemes [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“Summer schemes”, appears in Late Lyrics and Earlier with Many Other Versesfirst published [ author’s text not yet iar against a primary source ] See other settings of this text. When friendly summer calls again, Calls again Her little fifers to these hills, We’ll go – we two – to that arched fane Of leafage where they prime their bills Before exrth start to flood the plain With quavers, minims, shakes, and trills.

And we shall see the waters spring, Waters spring From chinks the scrubby copses crown; And we shall trace their oncreeping To where the cascade tumbles down And sends the bobbing growths aswing, And ferns not quite but almost drown.

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When I set out for Lyonnesse [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Darth -“When I set out for Lyonnesse”, appears in Satires of Circumstance, Lyrics eagth Reveries with Miscellaneous Piecesfirst published [ author’s text checked 1 time ] See other settings of this text. What would bechance at Lyonnesse While I should sojourn there No prophet durst declare, Nor did the wisest wizard guess What would bechance at Lyonnesse While I should sojourn there.

When I came back from Lyonnesse With magic in my eyes, [None managed to surmise What meant my godlike gloriousness] 1When I came back from Lyonnesse With magic in my eyes! View original text without footnotes 1 There seem to be two versions of this poem.

Finzi and the other version: Waiting both [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“Waiting both” [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ] See other settings of this text. A star looks down at me, And says: What do you mean to do, – Mean to do?

The phantom [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“The phantom horsewoman”, appears in Satires of Circumstance, Lyrics and Reveries with Miscellaneous Piecesfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ] Go to the single-text view Queer are the ways of a man I know: He comes and stands In a careworn craze, And looks at the sands And the seaward haze With moveless hands And face and gaze, Then turns to go And what does he see when he gazes so?

They say he sees as an instant thing More clear than to-day, A sweet soft scene That once was in play By that briny green; Yes, notes alway Warm, real, and keen, What his back years bring – A phantom of his own figuring.

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Of this vision of his they might say more: Not only there Does he see this sight, But everywhere In his brain – day, night, As if on the air It were drawn rose bright – Yea, far from that shore Does he carry this vision of heretofore: And though, toil-tried, He withers daily, Time touches her not, But she still rides gaily In his rapt thought On that shagged and shaly Atlantic spot, And as when first eyed Draws rein and sings to the swing of the tide. Submitted by Emily Ezust [ Administrator ] 5.

So I have fared [ sung text checked 1 time ] Subtitle: Through my youth I stirred me not, High adventure missed I, Left the shining shrines unsought; Yet – me deduxisti! When I failed at fervid rhymes, “Shall”, I said, “persist I? And at dead of night I call; “Though to prophets list I, Which hath understood at all? Rollicum-Rorum [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“The sergeant’s song”, appears in Wessex Poems and Other Versesfirst published [ author’s text checked 1 time ] See other settings of this text.

When Lawyers strive to heal a breach And Parsons practise what they preach: Rollicum-rorum, tol-lol-lorum, Rollicum-rorum, tol-lol-lay! When Justices hold equal [scales] 2And Rogues are only found in [jails] 3 ; Then little Boney he’ll pounce down, And march his men on London town!

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View original text without footnotes Note: To Lizbie Browne [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“To Lizbie Browne”, appears in Poems of the Past and Presentfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ] See other settings of this text. Dear Lizbie Browne, Where are you now? In sun, in rain? Sweet Lizbie Browne, How you could smile, How you could sing! Submitted by Emily Ezust [ Administrator ] 8.

The clock of the years [ sung text checked 1 time ] Subtitle: A spirit passed before my face; the hair of my flesh stood up Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“The Clock of the Years”, appears in Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Versesfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ] Go to the single-text view And the Spirit said, “I can make the clock of the years go backward, But am loth to stop it where you will.

It’s better than dead! No stop was there; And she waned child-fair, And to babyhood. Still less in mien To my great sorrow became she slowly, And smalled till she was nought at all In his checkless griff; And it was as if She had never been. The memory of her Had lived in me; but it cannot now!

In a churchyard [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“While drawing in a churchyard”, appears in Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Versesfirst published [ author’s text not yet checked against a primary source ] Go to the single-text view “It is sad that so many of worth, Still in the flesh,” soughed the yew, “Misjudge their lot whom kindly earth Secludes from view.

Submitted by Emily Ezust [ Administrator ] Proud songsters [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: English Authorship by Thomas Hardy -“Proud songsters” [ author’s text checked 1 time ] See other settings of this text.

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The thrushes sing as the sun is going, And the finches whistle in ones and pairs, And as it gets dark loud nightingales In bushes Pipe, as they can when April wears, As if all Time were theirs. These are brand-new birds of twelve-months’ growing, Which a year ago, or less than twain, No finches were, nor nightingales, Nor thrushes, But only particles of grain, And earth, and air, and rain.

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