Madeleine Quinn
Joined: Nov 2015

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Town and Harbour of Ithaca

By another light surrounded
  Than our actual sky;
With the purple ocean bounded
  Does the island lie,
⁠ Like a dream of the old world.
Bare the rugged heights ascending,
  Bring to mind the past,
When the weary voyage ending...

by Letitia Elizabeth Landon

added by Madeleine Quinn
1 year ago

Belvoir Castle.—Seat of the Duke of Rutland

Tis an old and stately castle,
  In an old and stately wood;
Thoughts and shadows gathered round it,
  Of the ages it had stood.

by Letitia Elizabeth Landon

added by Madeleine Quinn
1 year ago

Strada St. Ursola.—Malta

"A View of many dwellings, long tenanted by the last remnants of Chivalry."

by Letitia Elizabeth Landon

added by Madeleine Quinn
1 year ago

The Hall of Glennaquoich

No more the voice of feasting is heard amid those halls,
The grass grows o’er the hearthstone, the fern o’ertops the walls;
And yet those scenes are present, as they were of our age—
Such is the mighty mastery of one enchanted page.

by Letitia Elizabeth Landon

added by Madeleine Quinn
1 year ago

The Temple Garden

The fountain's low singing is heard on the wind,
Like a melody bringing sweet fancies to mind;
Away in the distance is heard the far sound
From the streets of the city that compass it round,
Like the echo of mountains, or ocean's deep call:
Y...

by Letitia Elizabeth Landon

added by Madeleine Quinn
1 year ago

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