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A Roadside Harp

by Louise Imogen Guiney

In a world that is often dark and uncertain, A Roadside Harp by Louise Imogen Guiney offers a glimmer of hope. This collection of poems celebrates the beauty of the natural world, the power of love, and the strength of the human spirit. The poems in A Roadside Harp are characterized by their lyrical beauty and their exploration of themes such as faith, nature, and the human condition. Guiney's poetry is often nostalgic, as she longs for a simpler time when life was more connected to the land and to the divine. However, her poetry is also hopeful, as she believes that beauty and goodness can still be found in the world, even in the midst of darkness. A Roadside Harp is a must-read for anyone who is looking for a collection of poems that will uplift and inspire. Guiney's poetry is a reminder that there is still beauty to be found in the world, even in the darkest of times.

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English

Original Language

English

Published In

1893

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Louise Imogen Guiney was an American literary figure whose impact on the world of poetry, essays, and editing remains enduring. Born on January 7, 1861, in Roxbury, Massachusetts, Guiney's life journe...

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