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Poems by Isaac Rosenberg

EARLIER POEMS When a

EARLIER POEMS When a moving stillness breaks over your knees (An emanation of piled aeons' 1 pressures), From our bodies flat and straight, And your limbs are locked, Futilely gods', And shut your sinister essences ? 185

; ; — POEMS liY ISAAC ROSENBERG MY DAYS My days are but the tombs of buried hours ; Which tombs are hidden in the piled years But from the mounds there spring up many flowers, Whose beauty well repays their cost of tears. Time, like a sexton, pileth mould on mould, Minutes on minutes till the tombs are high; Hut from the dust there fall some grains of gold, And the dead corpse leaves what will never die It may be but a thought, the nursling seed Of many thoughts, of many a high desire Some little act that stirs a noble deed, Like breath rekindling a smouldering fire: They only live who have not lived in vain, For in their works their life returns again. M'>

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