4 edition of Thirty-five poems. found in the catalog.
Herbert Edward Read
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|Number of Pages||80|
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By primrose paths to Thirty-five. And those who matched me in the race, Well, some are out and trampled down; The others jog with sober pace; Yet one wins delicate renown. O midnight feast and famished dawn.
O gay, hard life, with hope alive. O golden youth, forever gone, How sweet you seem at Thirty-five. Each of our lives is just a book OCLC Number: Notes: Most of the poems were included in his Poems, "First published in November MCMXI." Description: 80 pages ; 19 :// Additional Physical Format: Online version: Edmunds, Abe Craddock, Thirty-five poems.
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London, R. Hart-Davis, (OCoLC) Named Person: Jack Prelutsky has been writing poetry for children for almost forty has written more than thirty-five books of first book was called A Gopher in the was published in His latest is called Behold the Bold Umbrellaphant and Other Thirty-five poems of word ballet that pirouette through regrets, births, flooded towns and heat waves, love (maybe) and love most certainly.
Deeply personal and sensual, the poems offer sympathetic observations, plumbing the depths of memory and imagination. Available from New Wind Publishing or request it through your local independent :// Poems Deckled edges (Paper) Handmade papers (Paper) Private press books (Printing) Printing in multiple colors (Printing) Limitation statements (Publishing) Typefaces (Type evidence) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sterling, George, Thirty-five sonnets.
[San Francisco]: Book Club of California, © (OCoLC) By primrose paths to Thirty-five. III And those who matched me in the race, Well, some are out and trampled down; The others jog with sober pace; Yet one wins delicate renown.
O midnight feast and famished dawn. O gay, hard life, with hope alive. O golden youth, forever gone, How sweet you seem at Thirty-five. IV Each of our lives is just a book Browse a few poems, buy a book if you're flush, get updates on readings, publications, and read Scrapper's Alley - my take on the good, the bad (or bard) and ugly of poetry, culture and Back pages Shrapnel.
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