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A FESTIVAL, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Nor bloody altar, nor barbaric rite
Last Line: A cloudless sky wherethro' the songs fly up!
Subject(s): Festivals; Goddesses & Gods; Mythology; Fairs; Pageants


AFTER A THOUSAND YEARS, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: That night the loud voice of the sea was roaring
Last Line: The muffled onset of embattled shades.
Subject(s): Sea; Time; Ocean


AFTER LECONTE DE LISLE, by EDGAR BOWERS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Under the dense sycamore, she sleeps
Last Line: Will keep you sleeping, dreaming forever of sleep


BLACK PANTHER, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Along the rosy cloud light steals and


CAMEO, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Long shall he live thro' time remembered
Last Line: With thrust of tail and fin.
Subject(s): Goddesses & Gods; Mythology; Sea; Ocean


HAITIAN QUATRAINS, by PAUL RANDOLPH VIOLI                Poet's Biography
First Line: Cincinnatus leconte %rosine myrthil
Last Line: Alix cineas %franck st. Victor


HIALMAR SPEAKS TO THE RAVEN, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Night on the bloodstained snow: the wind is chill
Last Line: "and sit where all the gods are, in the sun."


HIALMAR'S HEART, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A clear night, icy wind, and blood-streams staining
Last Line: "my seat where the high gods are in the sun."
Subject(s): Death; Love - Loss Of; Ravens; War; Dead, The


HOMAGE TO THE REVEREND A. RUFUS MORGAN, ON MOUNT LECONTE ..., by JONATHAN WILLIAMS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Rufus %you reckon there's
Last Line: Anything in heaven %worth climbing %173 times?


JAGUAR'S DREAM, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Lianas in bright bloom hang from mahogany shade
Last Line: Into a bellowing bull's flesh-swollen hide
Subject(s): Jaguars


LA CHUTE DES ETOILES, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Tombez, o perles denouees


LE SACRE DE PARIS, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: O paris! C'est le cent deuxieme nuit de


LECONTE DE LISLE: IN EXCELSIS, by GEORGE FREDERICK MORGAN               
First Line: Swift as the hunting eagle in his course


LECONTE DE LISLE; JULY 17, 1894, by EDMUND WILLIAM GOSSE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: His verse was carved in ivory forms, undying
Last Line: His bronze and marble leap to life and song.
Subject(s): Leconte De Lisle (1819-1894)


LECONTE HIGH-TOP, by JONATHAN WILLIAMS                Poet's Biography
First Line: Unde the rondelay %the sun
Last Line: Into the wind and rain a %winter wren %again, again - %its song %needling the pines


LES HURLEURS, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Le soleil dans les flots avait noye ses


LES MONTREURS, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Tel qu'un morne animal, meurtri, plain de


LES PLAINTES DU CYCLOPE, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Certes, il n'aimait pas a la facon des hommes


LINES TO THE AUTHOR OF ECCLESIASTES, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Old lover of the sun, who thus made moan
Subject(s): Immortality


MANCHY, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Clothed in your flimsy muslin gown
Last Line: You rest with dead ones dear to me, %o charm of my first tender dreams


MIDI, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Midi, roi des etes, epandu sur la plaine


MONT NOIR, by SUSAN WICKS               
First Line: Leconte marcel, persin alfred
Last Line: Piercing the paper


NIGHT, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The spent winds on the mountain slopes at peace
Last Line: And in my heart thou singest evermore!
Subject(s): Consolation; Grief; Night; Sorrow; Sadness; Bedtime


NOON, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Noon whose kingdom summer is, spread wide along the plain's expanse
Last Line: Seven times thy heart made stronger in the furnace of thy loss.
Subject(s): Noon; Weariness; Fatigue


PALANQUIN, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: In a thin cloud of cool and glowing muslin
Last Line: In barren sands, by groaning norther seas, %at rest among my dearest dead
Subject(s): Love


SACRA FAMES, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: L'immense mer sommeille. Elle hausse et


SAPPHO, by SEBASTIEN CHARLES LECONTE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: You to whom I aspired, yet did not know
Last Line: False sanctuary that the gods have fled!
Subject(s): Sappho (610-580 B.c.)


SPRING, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: A live spring sparkles in the bosky gloom


THE BLACK PANTHER, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Along the clouds there spreads a rosy lustre
Last Line: Beneath the forest aisle.
Subject(s): Hunting; Night; Panthers; Hunters; Bedtime


THE ELVES, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Crowned with marjoram, clover and thyme
Last Line: The dancing elves in the moonlight mime.
Subject(s): Dancing & Dancers; Fairies; Moon; Elves


THE ELVES, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Crowned with thyme and marjory
Last Line: Merry elves dance on the lea.
Subject(s): Dancing & Dancers; Fairies; Moon; Elves


THE LION'S DEATH, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A hunter old whom once the desert air
Last Line: And like the lion make an end of all?
Subject(s): Animals; Death; Hearts; Lions; Dead, The


THE MALECONTENT; SONG, by THOMAS FLATMAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Phyllis, o phyllis! Thou art fondly vain
Last Line: Who freely gav'st the fuel and the flame.


THE RAVINE OF SAINT-GILLES, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The gorge is dark below the reeds' massed slimness
Last Line: And lights in him the eternal hope unquelled!
Subject(s): Hope; Nature; Water; Optimism


THE SHOWMEN, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Like to a dismal brute, dust-smothered, teased
Last Line: Nor leer for lovers like a shameless whore.
Subject(s): Love; Prostitution; Harlots; Whores; Brothels


THE SPRING, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A spring up-sparkles in the silent forest
Last Line: Light of the soul, o beauty!
Subject(s): Beauty; Spring


THE SUPREME CONSUMATIN, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Nay, but the world is old, nigh old as hell
Last Line: Pass to my endless home with spirit clean!
Subject(s): Death; Life; Time; Dead, The


THREE GOLD STRANDS, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: As the swallow glides over the sea
Last Line: Then sever you, my three strands of gold


TRE FILA D'ORO, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Yonder o'er the sea like a swallow hasting over
Last Line: Than rend you asunder golden threads that she hath sewn!
Subject(s): Lips; Love; Smiles


VENUS DE MILO, by CHARLES MARIE RENE LECONTE DE LISLE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Sacred marble, clothed in spirit and strength
Last Line: Like divine metal in a harmonious mold
Subject(s): Art And Artists; Sculpture And Sculptors; Venus De Milo