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The Earth Renewed By Memory Post by :wingit Category :Poems Author :Edward Doyle Date :July 2011 Read :2352

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The Earth Renewed By Memory

Ah, in the angel-fall from Heaven, is hope?
The wing-whir discord of the legion's fall
From God forever, mocks my heart's loud call.
Empty of beauty from its base to cope,
The Earth is hollow. Where, then, can I grope
And not be met by echoes that appal?
What! shouts my mind, in wonder that I crawl
And, having skyey wings, in hollows mope.

Does scent from bloom, or warble from the wood,
Not atmosphere the un-aerial void
Twixt thee and beauty, which thy youth enjoyed?
Fly back to earth, by memory renewed;
She fills the hollow, echoing hosts destroyed,--
With Spring, reflecting Heaven's Triumphant Good.

(The end)
Edward Doyle's poem: Earth Renewed By Memory

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In The Dimple Of Beauty's Cheek
O beauty! in the dimple of thy cheek, My love could live forever and be blest. There, with the sun, a rose-bud on thy breast, How thou rejoicest, hastening to speak To thy fond Father! Oh, how vain to seek A sweeter refuge for the Spirit's rest, Than mid thy blushes, when thou marvelest At His great love, for, oh! thy heart is meek. Oh beauty! in thy Father's arms, thou art.

The Evil In The World The Evil In The World

The Evil In The World
There are two Gods--one, Good, the other, Ill. They clash in Nature--so the Persian taught, And long a sect in Europe spread the thought. Why there is evil is a problem still To many, who see not in Human Will, A being that with beauty could have caught Up to his Maker, had he gladly wrought With light and warmth, instead of dark and chill. God said, "Let there be Light," and light was made.