“We learnt the creed at Hungerford…”
“The world around is sleeping, the stars are bright o’erhead…”
“Dead in the bush by his own rash hand…”
“The ocean heaves around us, still with long and measured swell…”
by ADA CAMBRIDGE (1844-1926) Low on her little stool she sits To make a nursing lap, And cares for nothing but the form Her little arms enwrap. With hairless skull that gapes apart, A...
“In the cowld winter noights, when enjoyments are few…”
“At twenty-five I cast my horoscope and saw a future with all good things rife –“
“Of all earth’s un-English and heathenish holes…”