Louisa Lawson


Louisa Lawson Poems

1. To A Bird 9/7/2012
2. All's Well 9/7/2012
3. Twilight 9/7/2012
4. The Poet's Page 9/7/2012
5. Divided 9/7/2012
6. A Grave 9/7/2012
7. Lines 9/7/2012
8. Dream 1 9/7/2012
9. Back Again 9/7/2012
10. The Hill Of Death 9/7/2012
11. A Dream 9/7/2012
12. A Wish 9/7/2012
13. A Friend In Need 9/7/2012
14. To A Libertine 9/7/2012
15. In Memoriam 9/7/2012
16. Woman's Love 9/7/2012
17. A Birthday Wish 9/7/2012
18. Mountain Flowers 9/7/2012
19. A Woman's Love 9/7/2012
20. Sunset 9/7/2012
21. Light In Darkness 9/7/2012
22. An Australian Song 9/7/2012
23. Coming Home 9/7/2012
24. The Digger's Daughter 9/7/2012
25. A Reveire 9/7/2012
Best Poem of Louisa Lawson

A Reveire

I am sitting by the river,
And I while an hour away,
Watching circles start and widen
In their momentary play.
Here a stronger whelms a weaker
As its ring expanding flies,
There one rises to the surface,
As another fades and dies.
And I solemn grow with thinking,
For just now it would me seem,
That each life is like a circle -
On time's deep, impellant stream.
Do we not upon its bosom
Linger for a little day,
Making faint and fleeting impress,
Then forever fade away.
While the strong unresting river
Toward Eternity doth glide,
All ...

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The Digger's Daughter

The waratah has stained her cheek,
Her lips are even brighter;
Like virgin quartz without a streak
Her teeth are, but far whiter.
Her eyes are large, and soft, and dark,
And clear as running water;
And straight as any stringy bark
Is Lil, the digger's daughter.

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