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A Summer Evening Churchyard, Lechlade, Gloucestershire Analysis



Author: Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley Type: Poetry Views: 208

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THE wind has swept from the wide atmosphere
Each vapour that obscured the sunset's ray,
And pallid Evening twines its beaming hair
In duskier braids around the languid eyes of Day:
Silence and Twilight, unbeloved of men,
Creep hand in hand from yon obscurest glen.

They breathe their spells towards the departing day,
Encompassing the earth, air, stars, and sea;
Light, sound, and motion, own the potent sway,
Responding to the charm with its own mystery.
The winds are still, or the dry church-tower grass
Knows not their gentle motions as they pass.

Thou too, aerial pile, whose pinnacles
Point from one shrine like pyramids of fire,
Obey'st I in silence their sweet solemn spells,
Clothing in hues of heaven thy dim and distant spire,
Around whose lessening and invisible height
Gather among the stars the clouds of night.

The dead are sleeping in their sepulchres:
And, mouldering as they sleep, a thrilling sound,
Half sense half thought, among the darkness stirs,
Breathed from their wormy beds all living things around,
And, mingling with the still night and mute sky,
Its awful hush is felt inaudibly.

Thus solemnized and softened, death is mild
And terrorless as this serenest night.
Here could I hope, like some enquiring child
Sporting on graves, that death did hide from human sight
Sweet secrets, or beside its breathless sleep
That loveliest dreams perpetual watch did keep.


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woww i'm not really good at taknig scenery and landscape but it is not to say that i cannot appreciate one, specially done so beautifully here, love the treatment, the feel of un-clutter and yet, those trees in the foreground in black outstand and make the photo. Love this ! x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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These parts are perhaps the most abrusd:every little child is worth the worldTo the God of the Bible? Hello? How much infanticide is there in the Bible? Book of Exodus, Book of Joshua, Psalm 137, etc.If a kid is disobedient, you stone him to death, according to Leviticus.The Christian God doesn't just "let them die." He commands us to kill them in many different situations."Without the shedding of blood there is no remission..." (Hebrews 9:22)Bare assertion. How can we know this or how could we anticipate it outside of bare assertion? We would never guess such a horrible idea by analogy to any human feeling or emotion or relationship. It would never follow from induction, from analogy, or by making testable predictions. It's an ad hoc claim to make Christianity sound plausible.rich people donate more near the end of their lives, in order to ensure hope in the afterlife.Like atheist Bill Gates?forgiveness is the basis of faith and is the basis of all relationshipsBullshit! Trust is the basis of relationships. Tell people the truth so you don't lose their trust.People can forgive, but in many situations, if you've lost their trust, you can't get it back. So forgiveness may not be possible and you can't count on forgiveness.

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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While I am not fond of winter, I do like this photo a lot. You make the chill seem aoslmt inviting. I like the color shift from that winter blue sky to the white glow, and the stoic stance of the trees, the gentle fade of the background, and that solitary line of footprints in the foreground. It's a perfect photo for the season.

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest


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the winds are still, or the dry church-tower grass, knows not their gentle motions as they pass

| Posted on 2011-05-04 | by a guest




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