The Holy Sepulchre: The Triennial Prize Poem on a Sacred Subject in the University of Oxford, 1911 William Hale Savile

ISBN: 9781331499039

Published: September 27th 2015

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The Holy Sepulchre: The Triennial Prize Poem on a Sacred Subject in the University of Oxford, 1911 by William Hale Savile
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Excerpt from The Holy Sepulchre: The Triennial Prize Poem on a Sacred Subject in the University of Oxford, 1911As toil-worn Pilgrims at the close of day,Crossing the golden plains for Palestine,With far-off visions of the Holy ShrineWere cheeredMoreExcerpt from The Holy Sepulchre: The Triennial Prize Poem on a Sacred Subject in the University of Oxford, 1911As toil-worn Pilgrims at the close of day,Crossing the golden plains for Palestine,With far-off visions of the Holy ShrineWere cheered and solaced on their lonely way-So I, who have adventured to assayA theme so fraught with memories divine,Have won much joy from this long task of mine-Yet am I therewithal content?

Ah, nay!I know too well the blemishes which marMy song that flags and falters in its flight:But far above my best endeavour, farBeyond my capture, on the distant height,In shining beauty like a perfect starI see the Poem I shall never write!About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

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