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Tales Of Arabia Analysis

Author: Poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson Type: Poetry Views: 170

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YES, friend, I own these tales of Arabia

Smile not, as smiled their flawless originals,

Age-old but yet untamed, for ages

Pass and the magic is undiminished.

Thus, friend, the tales of the old Camaralzaman,

Ayoub, the Slave of Love, or the Calendars,

Blind-eyed and ill-starred royal scions,

Charm us in age as they charmed in childhood.

Fair ones, beyond all numerability,

Beam from the palace, beam on humanity,

Bright-eyed, in truth, yet soul-less houris

Offering pleasure and only pleasure.

Thus they, the venal Muses Arabian,

Unlike, indeed, the nobler divinities,

Greek Gods or old time-honoured muses,

Easily proffer unloved caresses.

Lost, lost, the man who mindeth the minstrelsy;

Since still, in sandy, glittering pleasances,

Cold, stony fruits, gem-like but quite in-

Edible, flatter and wholly starve him.


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