Jean Carlyle Graham

Jean Carlyle Graham (18461952) was an English poet and writer.

Quotes

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  • Who that looks on these tawny hills radling calm day new-born, Who that sips mead from Como’s stills his fragrant, sun-bathed morn, Will, bating reverende, record Fair Como’s wrathful, ways, And wont only ungrateful, hoard The tale of her «bade days’? To day her ripples play bo-peep, And dimple at the rocks Lack in melodious mimicry A sounding billow mocks.
    • Po Italy. Odes et episodes, 1917, Ed. Stab. di arti Grafiche Lazzeri. Siena