Life, like a dome of many-coloured glass, Stains the white radiance of Eternity. Of these lines in Shelley's Adonais W. M. Rossetti wrote in 1891: "Perhaps a more daring metaphorical symbol than this has never been employed by any poet, nor one that has a deeper and more spacious meaning.
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Life, like a dome of many-coloured glass, Stains the white radiance of Eternity. Le silence est si grand que mon coeur en frissonne, Seul, le bruit de mes pas sur le pave resonne. As for a moment he stands, in hardy masculine beauty, Poised on the fircrested rock, over the pool which below him Gleams in the wavering sunlight, waiting the shock of his plunging. So for a moment I stand, my feet planted firm in the present, Eagerly scanning the future which is so soon to possess me.
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This is a collection of lyrical poems, sonnets and verses for children by Amy Lowell. For quaint pictorial exactitude and bizarrerie of color these poems remind one of Flemish masters and Dutch tulip gardens; again, they are fine and fantastic, like Venetian glass; and they are all curiously flooded with the moonlight of dreams. Miss Lowell has a remarkable gift of what one might call the dramatic-decorative. Her decorative imagery is intensely dramatic, and her dramatic pictures are in themselves vivid and fantastic decorations. Richard Le Gallienne, 'New.
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