Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, TEMPE, by MARK AKENSIDE

Poetry Explorer

Classic and Contemporary Poetry

Rhyming Dictionary Search
TEMPE, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: The smooth peneus from his glassy flood
Last Line: And spring's elysian bloom.
Subject(s): Tempe (vale), Greece

THE smooth Peneus from his glassy flood
Reflects purpureal Tempe's pleasant scene.
Fair Tempe! haunt beloved of sylvan powers,
Of nymphs and fauns; where in the golden age
They played in secret on the shady brink
With ancient Pan; while round their coral steps,
Young hours and genial gales with constant hand
Showered blossoms, odors; showered ambrosial dews,
And spring's elysian bloom.

Other Poems of Interest...

Home: PoetryExplorer.net