Regular Posts Tagged ‘Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets’

The Amber-Riders [unnumbered page] [blank page] The Amber-Riders AND OTHER POEMS by ANNIE CHARLOTTE DALTON AUTHOR OF “THE MARRIAGE OF MUSIC,” “FLAME AND ADVENTURE,” “THE SILENTT ZONE,” ETC. [illustration] THE RYERSON PRESS TORONTO 1929 [unnumbered page] OF THIS edition of “The Amber Riders,” by Annie Charlotte Dalton, two hundred and fifty copies have been printed, […]

[handwritten: With the compliments                           of the writer                                       Abner Cosens,                             […]

Soliloquy [3 illustrations] [unnumbered page] [handwritten: For Robb From Lyn Xmas, 1945. and to Judy love Lyn Cook June, 1946] [unnumbered page] Soliloquy In the still passage of intrepid time the lamps go down, and the blithe vividness of spring dims to the dusk of autumn. And even then design, forbidding this brief amnesty with […]

Harvest [unnumbered page] [blank page] [handwritten: To Mother From Evelyn and to Judy from the poet who became her aunt Christmas, 1944 Lyn Cook June 25, 1946] [unnumbered page] HARVEST Come gather up a host of little things Before the end of year, A fragile miscellany bound with hope, Distilled in strength from bitterness and […]

Fragment [illustration] [unnumbered page] [blank page] [handwritten: To Judy, memories of a war – with love Lyn Cook June, 1946] [unnumbered page] Here is a naked arm of towering oak clutching the opalescent glow of winter sundown; the running footprints of a wild deer in the snow. Here is a crystal fragment of eternity. [unnumbered page] […]

[handwritten: from Conybeare, Charles F.P] [unnumbered page] [blank page] LYRICS FROM THE WEST [illustration] By C. F. P. CONYBEARE Toronto: WILLIAM BRIGGS 1907 [unnumbered page] Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand nine hundred and seven, by WILLIAM BRIGGS, at the Department of Agriculture. [unnumbered page] CONTENTS ——   PAGE […]

OF THIS EDITION OF THE BATTLE  OF ST. JULIEN AND OTHER POEMS, BY KATE COLQUHOUN, TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY COPIES HAVE BEEN PRINTED. THIS CHAP-BOOK IS A PRODUCT OF THE RYERSON PRESS, TORONTO, CANADA.                 Copyright, Canada, 1928,                 by The […]

[unnumbered page, includes illustration: THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS] Petals from the Flower of Song By Herbert E. Collins with Foreword by Edward Morrison, B. A. Cover Design and Frontispiece by Grace Paterson [page I] COPYRIGHT 1916 [page II] FOREWORD —— It is after some days of misgiving in regard to the wisdom of the venture, […]

[illustration: For him was lever have at hys beddes heed Twenty bokes, clad in blak or reed. Of Aristotle and hys philosophye Than robes riche, or fithele, or gay sautrye. Robie Lewis Reed] The F.W.  Howay and R.L. Reid Collection of Canadiana The University of British Columbia [inside front cover] POEMS [illustration] By J. CLARKE […]

In Many Moods. Ethel Copeland Christie. [handwritten: North Sydney, N.S. 1901] [unnumbered page] [blank page] A Christmas Song. Now hey for the holly and yew! When the days are short and the world is white, The door is shut and the fire is bright, Oh cheerily sing on the coldest night –       […]

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