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The mist of my heart: selected poems of Shu Ting, Translator William O'Donnell, Panda Books, 1995 . The Anchor Book of Chinese Poetry: From Ancient to Contemporary, The Full 3000-Year Tradition. Random House, Inc. ISBN 978-0-307-48147-4.
Wolfgang von Goethe - Selected poems in translation. From a bank of cloud the Moon gazed, Sadly out of the mist about her, The winds beat soft wings, and strayed
Wolfgang von Goethe - Selected poems in translation. Ghost-Greetings’ - Leopold Schulz (Austrian, 1804 – 1873), The Met. Home. From a bank of cloud the Moon gazed, Sadly out of the mist about her, The winds beat soft wings, and strayed. Around my terror-stricken ears
This book a poetry anthology of famous misty poet Shu Ting that writes .
This book a poetry anthology of famous misty poet Shu Ting that writes about her family history and personal life journey. This book consists of 4 volumes, collecting 124 famous poems, including To the Oak Tree, Goddess Peak, My Dear Motherland, Ann¡s Chinese Heart, The Song of A Small Window, A Singing Iris, and When You Walk Under My Window. This book a poetry anthology of famous misty poet Shu Ting that writes about her family history and personal life journey.
The mist of my heart: selected poems of Shu Ting, Translator William O'Donnell, Panda Books, 1995, Shu Ting: Selected Poems (ed. by Eva Hung). Hong Kong: Renditions Paperbacks, 1994. Shu Ting", Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol. 16, 1984. Anthology inclusions. From the Archive: Carolyn Kizer and Shu Ting", poets.
Roy Campbell, Poems of Baudelaire (New York: Pantheon Books, 1952). Springs of mud And winter Have my gratitude For wrapping my Heart's mind In their graves. O ends of autumn, winters, springtimes deep in mud, Seasons of drowsiness, - my love and gratitude I give you, that have wrapped with mist my heart and brain As with a shroud, and shut them in a tomb of rain. It's foul weather That rips open My ruptured soul To the winds. Nothing is sweeter Than a mournful, ruptured soul Rasping to try to endure.
At the sight, my traveller’s heart quivers. A distant temple-lantern glimmers. The daemon whose constant games are the pains and joys of my life. Had revealed its familiar face once again, in this unknown world. I kissed the woman’s pure soft lotus-feet in grief and wonder –. Shu Ting: Selected Poems (ed.
This third book of my poems ranges widely over subjects as far apart as peace and war, the art of Haiku .
This third book of my poems ranges widely over subjects as far apart as peace and war, the art of Haiku (like some Japanese experts I'm still learning), honour, excellence, imagination, mourning, et alia. In the other eight eBooks of the series you will find the themes of Love, Friends, Nature, Parting and Grief, Faith and Family, Fun, Heroes and Indignation, and The Sea. Part of my motivation in finally succumbing to years of friendly pressure from family and friends to publish is to encourage those who say "I could never write poetry.
Mist was published in Thoreau’s book Poems of Nature (Houghton, Mifflin & C. 1895). Making my soul accomplice there Unto the flame my heart hath lit, Then will the verse forever wearTime cannot bend the line which God hath writ. More by Henry David Thoreau. But now there comes unsought, unseen, Some clear divine electuary, And I, who had but sensual been, Grow sensible, and as God is, am wary.