Tag Archives: Mary Coleridge

Three Poems by Jane Taylor

I have to say I would like to find some of her poetry with a little grit tucked away.  I offer just light samplers below and hope to return another day.  Perhaps Mary Coleridge and Emily Bronte will have scooped … Continue reading

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Three Poems by Emily Jane Bronte

Spell bound                                                Emily Bronte       1818-1848 The night is darkening round me, The wild winds coldly blow; But a tyrant spell has bound me And I cannot, cannot go. The giant trees are bending Their bare boughs weighed with snow. And … Continue reading

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Three poems by Mary Coleridge

The Other Side of A Mirror                 Mary Elizabeth Coleridge         1862-1907 I sat before my glass one day, And conjured up a vision bare, Unlike the aspects glad and gay, That erst were found reflected there- The … Continue reading

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