William Sharp (Author of Vitr a vlny)
William Sharp (writer)
Of the three, I would choose the latter as truest testimony. I have never believed that one should wait until one is inspired because I think the pleasures of not writing are so. Barrie, Peter Pan. Each branch, each twig, each blade of grass, Seems clad miraculously with glass: Above the ice-bound streamlet bends Each frozen fern with crystal ends. Transcripts from Nature.
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William Sharp 12 September — 12 December was a Scottish writer, of poetry and literary biography in particular, who from wrote also as Fiona Macleod , a pseudonym kept almost secret during his lifetime. Sharp was born in Paisley and educated at Glasgow Academy and the University of Glasgow , which he attended — without completing a degree. In he contracted typhoid. During —5 he worked in a Glasgow law office. His health broke down in and he was sent on a voyage to Australia. In he took a position in a bank in London.
A Crystal Forest. by William Sharp. The air is blue and keen and cold, With snow the roads and fields are white. But here the forest's clothed with light. And in a.
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By woofwoof , April 10, in Poetry and Drama. The recent Disney remake of The Beauty and the Beast has an interesting scene where Belle and the Beast are walking in the woods, and Belle quotes a beautiful poem, one that is not too familiar to me at all:. The air is blue and keen and cold, With snow the roads and fields are white But here the forest's clothed with light And in a shining sheath enrolled. Each branch, each twig, each blade of grass, Seems clad miraculously with glass: Above the ice-bound streamlet bends Each frozen fern with crystal ends. I have never heard of the poet, William Sharp. Apparently he was a friend and admirer of Dante Gabriel Rossetti - his first published work was a memoir of Rossetti.