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The poems of Dylan Thomas.

Autor: Dylan Thomas; Daniel Jones
Editora: [New York], [New Directions Pub. Corp.], [1971]
Séries: New Directions book.
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A collection of the poems of Dylan Thomas.
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Gênero/Forma: Poetry
Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Thomas, Dylan, 1914-1953.
Poems of Dylan Thomas.
[New York, New Directions Pub. Corp., 1971]
(OCoLC)580673167
Pessoa Denominada: Dylan Thomas; Dylan Thomas
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Dylan Thomas; Daniel Jones
ISBN: 0811202054 9780811202053
Número OCLC: 160080
Descrição: xix, 291 pages 23 cm.
Conteúdos: I know this vicious minute's hour --
Cool, oh no cool --
The air you breath --
Cabaret --
Sometimes the sky's too bright --
Rain cuts the place we tread --
The morning, space for Leda --
The spire cranes --
Time enough to rot --
It's not in misery but in oblivion --
The natural day and night --
Conceive these images in air --
The neophyte, baptized in smiles --
To be encompassed by the brilliant earth --
Although through my bewildered way --
High on a hill --
Since, on quiet night --
They are the only dead who did not love --
Little problem --
When you have ground such beauty down to dust --
There's plenty in the world --
Written for a personal epitaph --
Never to reach the oblivious dark --
Children of darkness --
got no wings --
Too long, skeleton --
Nearly summer --
Youth calls to age --
Being but men --
Out of the sighs --
Upon your held-out hand --
Walking in gardens --
Now the thirst parches lips and tongue --
Lift up your face --
Let it be known --
The midnight road --
With windmills turning wrong directions --
The gossipers --
Before the gas fades --
Was there a time --
'We who are young are old' --
Out of a war of wits --
Their faces shone under some radiance --
I have longed to move away --
To follow the fox --
The ploughman's gone --
Poet : 1935 --
Light, I know, treads the ten million stars --
And death shall have no dominion --
Out of the pit --
We lying by seasand --
No man believes --
Why east wind chills --
Greek play in a garden --
Praise to the architects --
Here in the spring --
We have the fairy tales by heart --
'Find meat on bones' --
Ears in the turrets hear --
The woman speaks --
Shall gods be said to thump the clouds --
The hand that signed the paper --
Let for one moment a faith statement --
You are the ruler of this realm of flesh --
Before I knocked --
We see rise the secret wind --
Take the needles and the knives --
Not forever shall the Lord of the red hail --
Before we mothernaked fall --
The sun burns the morning --
My hero bares his nerves --
Song (Love me, not as the dreaming nurses) --
Through these lashed rings --
The force that through the green fuse drives the flower --
From love's first fever to her plague --
The almanac to time --
All that I owe the fellows of the grave --
Here lie the beasts --
Light breaks where no sun shines --
A letter to my aunt discussing the correct approach to modern poetry --
See, says the lime --
This bread I break --
Your pain shall be a music --
A process in the weather of the heart --
Our eunuch dreams --
Where once the waters of your face --
I see the boys of summer --
In the beginning --
If I were tickled by the rub of love --
Twelve --
When once the twilight locks no longer --
Especially when the October wind --
When, like a running grave --
I fellowed sleep --
I dreamed my genesis --
My world is pyramid --
All all and all the dry worlds lever --
Grief thief of time --
I, in my intricate image --
Do you not father me --
How soon the servant sun --
A grief ago --
Should lanterns shine --
Altarwise by owl-light --
Incarnate devil --
Hold hard, these ancient minutes in the cuckoo's month --
Foster the light -Today, the insect --
The seed-at-zero --
Now (Now, say nay) --
Then was my neophyte --
It is the sinners' dust-tongued bell --
I make this in a warring absence --
O make me a mask --
Not from this anger --
How shall my animal --
After the funeral --
O Chatterton --
When all my five and country senses see --
The tombstone told when she died --
On no work of words --
I, the first named --
A saint about to fall --
Twenty-four years --
The molls --
Once it was the colour of saying --
Because the pleasure-bird whistles --
'If my head hurt a hair's foot' --
To others than you --
Unluckily for death --
Paper and sticks --
When I woke --
Once below a time --
There was a savior --
The countryman's return --
Into her lying down head --
Request to Leda --
Deaths and entrances --
On a wedding anniversary --
Ballad of the long-legged bait --
Love in the asylum --
On the marriage of a virgin --
The hunchback in the park --
Among those killed in the dawn raid was a man aged a hundred --
Ceremony after a fire raid --
Last night I dived my beggar arm --
Poem (Your breath was shed) --
Poem in October (It was my thirtieth year) --
New quay --
Vision and prayer --
Holy spring --
A winter's tale --
A refusal to mourn the death, by fire, of a child in London --
This side of the truth --
The conversation of prayer --
Lie still, sleep becalmed --
Fern Hill --
In my craft or sullen art --
In country sleep --
Over Sir John's hill --
In the white giant's thigh --
Lament --
Do not go gentle into that good night --
Poem on his birthday (In the mustardseed sun) --
In country heaven --
Elegy --
The song of the mischievous dog --
Forest picture --
Missing --
In dreams --
Idyll of unforgetfulness --
Of any flower --
Clown in the moon --
To a slender wind --
The elm --
The oak --
The pine --
To the spring-spirit --
Triolet --
You shall not despair --
My river --
We will be conscious of our sanctity --
I have come to catch your voice --
When your furious motion --
No thought can trouble my unwholesome pose --
No, pigeon, I am too wise --
Woman on tapestry --
Pillar breaks --
It's light that makes the intervals --
Let me escape --
The rod can lift its twining head --
Admit the sun.
Título da Série: New Directions book.
Outros Títulos: Poems
Responsabilidade: Edited with an introd. and notes by Daniel Jones.

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