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GSV11-lyke-wake

XML     PDF A LYKE-WAKE DIRGE. This ae nighte, this ae nighte,    Everie nighte and alle,Fire, and sleete, and candle-lighte,    And Christe receive thy sauie. When thou…

GSV11-walker-cup

XML     PDF CUP AND BALL. Between passing of night and birth of morn,    When the pale stars close their eyes,Each moment new beauty and magic…

GSV11-noguchi-violet

XML     PDF THE VIOLET. ONE night,When breezes and mists were grey with one sad memory(The stars had lost their way to their posts)I stood…

GSV10-toc

XML     PDF TABLE OF CONTENTS No. 10 Cover, “The Green Sheaf” by Pamela Colman Smith [i] “The wren! The wren!,” poem by Jack B.…

GSV10-radford-rondelet

XML     PDF RONDELET. Think, Love, of me.Far from thy side to-night;Think, Love, of me.So shall I absent seePictured upon the nightIn thy face Heaven’s…

GSV10-radford-evening-star

XML     PDF LINES TO THE EVENING STAR. Maiden, there is pent in theeWealth of mirth and melodyThat full oft amazes me. Th’ flavour of…

GSV10-gf-garden

XML     PDF THE GARDEN.     A story was told to me in Shetland, and this is how it ran:— Once in Unst there lived a…

GSV10-bornelh-dawn-song

XML     PDF THE DAWN SONG BY GERALD OF BORNELH.                         Englished by F. York Powell.Loquitur Vigilator—         O King of Glory! Pure and very Light!        Lord, if…

GSV10-yeats-wren-text

XML     PDF “The wren! the wren!The king of all birds,St. Stephen’s Day was caught in the furze,So up with the kettle and down with…

GSV9-toc

XML     PDF TABLE OF CONTENTS No. 9 Cover, “The Green Sheaf” by Pamela Colman Smith [i] “From East to West,” poem by Frederick Waugh…