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GSV12-french-aithne

XML     PDF AITHNE. Let me rest here where silence crowns old days,aying invisible kingdoms at our feet.I have grown strange to my own self…

GSV12-smith-town

XML     PDF THE TOWN. O deary me how idle isThis great and weary town.For people talk and never doAs they go up and down.…

GSV12-noguchi-mugen

XML     PDF MUGEN.                                     (WITHOUT WORDS.) I gathered the carnations and roses—an April day—(O, flowers and Spring!)I trod the road to the nightingale’s nest,And I…

GSV12-noguchi-evening

XML     PDF EVENING. Evening with breezes that revive my memories;Evening, my refuge where my sighing eyes hurry to meet with the        stars!All the leaves and…

GSV12-egerton-song

XML     PDF A SONG OF THE NIGHT. The wind is softly sighing round the house,    Tapping with gentle finger on the pane,The scuttering footsteps of…

GSV12-nietzsche-pine

XML     PDF               The Pine Tree Speaks— High rooted above beasts and men,I speak: none answers me again. Too lonely and too proud my state:I…

GSV13-toc

XML     PDF TABLE OF CONTENTS No. 13 Cover, “The Green Sheaf” by Pamela Colman Smith [i]Untitled. [“Around the earth”], poem by Dorothy Ward 2Half-page…

GSV12-toc

XML     PDF TABLE OF CONTENTS No. 12 Cover, “The Green Sheaf” by Pamela Colman Smith [i] “Pinie und Blitz” [“The Pine Tree Speaks”], by…

GSV11-toc

XML     PDF TABLE OF CONTENTS No. 11 Cover, “The Green Sheaf” by Pamela Colman Smith [i] “The Changed World,” Decorated page by Dorothy Ward…

GSV11-egerton-memory

XML     PDF MEMORY. The roses are born and the roses die,But they live again as do you and I,In the heart and the dreams…