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Lizette Woodworth REESE…A Little Song of LIFE…   Leave a comment

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Lizette Woodworth Reese – A Little Song of LIFE…

Glad that I live am I;
That the sky is blue;
Glad for the country lanes,
And the fall of dew.

After the sun the rain;
After the rain the sun;
This is the way of life,
Till the work be done.

All that we need to do,
Be we low or high,
Is to see that we grow
Nearer the sky…

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Posted 16 Februarie 2009 by Andrei D.MITUCA in Ars POETICA

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Lizette Woodworth Reese

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Lizette Woodworth Reese (January 9, 1856December 17, 1935) was an American poet.

Born in Waverly, Maryland, she was a school teacher from 1873 to 1918. During the 1920s, she became a prominent literary figure, receiving critical praise and recognition, in particular from H. L. Mencken, himself from Baltimore. She has been cited as an influence on younger women poets and has been compared to Emily Dickinson.[1]

Works

  • A Branch of May (1887)
  • A Handful of Lavender (1891)
  • A Quiet Road (1896)
  • A Wayside Lute (1909)
  • Spicewood (1921)
  • Wild Cherry (1923)
  • The Selected Poems (1926)
  • Little Henrietta (1927)
  • Lizette Woodworth Reese: The Pamphlet Poets (1928)
  • A Victorian Village: Reminiscences of Other Days (1929), illustrated by J. J. Lankes
  • White April (1930)
  • The York Road (1931)
  • Pastures and Other Poems (1933)
  • The Old House in the Country (1936)
  • Worleys (1936) story

Posted 16 Februarie 2009 by Andrei D.MITUCA in Amintiri Neprafuite...