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ISBN:0815968388
Author: Joseph Francis Murphy
ISBN13: 978-0815968382
Title: Spellbound, and Other Poems
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Language: English
Publisher: Devin-Adair Co (1977)
Pages: 61

Spellbound, and Other Poems by Joseph Francis Murphy



by Joseph Francis Murphy. Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New. - Very Good. Recently Viewed and Featured. Teen and Young Adult. Literature & Fiction.

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Joseph Francis Murphy, American clergyman, retired educator. Named Teacher of Year (5), St. Gregory's College, 1985; recipient Archival award, . Oklahoma, 1961, service award, Oklahoma Catholic Education Association, 1975; Kellog Foundation grant, University of California at Los Angeles, 1962. Member of American Catholic History Society. Ordained priest, 1936. Member faculty St. Gregory's College, Shawnee, Oklahoma, 1936-1986. Instructor history and government, 1936-1986. Treasurer, 1939-1942. Chairman department social science, 1960-1977. Headmaster St. Gregory College and High School, 1942-1949. Vice president, 1949-1954. Civilian chaplain Fort Sill, Oklahoma, since 1941.

Spellbound by Adrian Murphy. Only yesterday you were a child I held your tiny hand full of a fathers joy Those twinkly blues eyes and winning smile Stealing hearts at every turn. Adrian Murphy (March 1968, Northern Ireland). Adrian Murphy's Other Poems. Sunset To Our Sunsets.

Francis Murphy is a professor emeritus of English at Smith College. Great book with all poems in one. Walt Whitman one the greatest if not the greatest poet.

Stanza 1. The night is darkening round me, The wild winds coldly blow; But a tyrant spell has bound me And I cannot, cannot go.  The first line paints a picture for the reader so that there is immediately an understanding of the dark and gloomy setting in which these words are spoken. The speaker can physically see the night as it darkens around her. This gives the readers the idea that something terrifying is about to happen. She then says, the wild wilds coldly blow

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