Hamilton Literary Magazine, Bind 51

Courier Press, 1916

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Side 241 - AY, tear her tattered ensign down ! Long has it waved on high, And many an eye has danced to see That banner in the sky; Beneath it rung the battle shout, And burst the cannon's roar; — The meteor of the ocean air Shall sweep the clouds no more. Her deck once red with heroes...
Side 27 - Know you what it is to be a child? It is to be something very different from the man of to-day. It is to have a spirit yet streaming from the waters of baptism; it is to believe in love, to believe in loveliness, to believe in belief; it is to be so little that the elves can reach to whisper in your ear; it is to turn pumpkins into coaches, and mice into horses, lowness into loftiness, and nothing into everything, for each child has its fairy godmother in its own soul; it is to live in a nutshell...
Side 25 - mid men my needless head, And my fruit is dreams, as theirs is bread : The goodly men and the sun-hazed sleeper Time shall reap, but after the reaper The world shall glean of me, me the sleeper.
Side 108 - HIS REQUEST TO JULIA. JULIA, if I chance to die Ere I print my poetry, I most humbly thee desire To commit it to the fire : Better 'twere my book were dead, Than to live not perfected.
Side 224 - Latin has ever been found, and none will be found so long as our present civilization endures, for the simple reason that to study Greek and Latin under wise and inspiring guidance is to study the embryology of the civilization which we call European and American. In every other field of inquiry having to do with living things, the study of embryology is strongly emphasized and highly esteemed. What is now being attempted all over this country is to train youth in a comprehension of a civilization...
Side 99 - But the falls, though beautiful, are only peculiar from the dazzling and unequalled rapidity with which the waters come to the leap. If it were not for the leaf which drops wavering down into the abysm from trees apparently painted on the sky, and which is caught away by the flashing current as if the lightning had suddenly crossed it, you would think the vault of the steadfast heavens a flying element as soon. The spot, in that long gulf of beauty, that I best remember, is a smooth descent of some...
Side 100 - Open their rocky gates to let thee pass, Child of a thousand rapid running rills, And still lakes, where the skies their beauty glass. With thy dark eyes, white feet, and amber hair, Of heaven and earth thou fair and fearful daughter, Through thy wide halls, and down thy echoing stair, Rejoicing come — thou lovely "Leaping Water!
Side 168 - Alas, sir ! a commonwealth ought to be but as one huge christian personage, one mighty growth and stature of an honest man...

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