Excerpt from Keats-Shelley: The Bookman Memorial Souvenir; Contains Presentation Plate Portraits of Shelley and Keats and Numerous Illustrations, Including Many Reproductions of Famous Paintings
From this Chrysalis of clay Wherewith my spirit holds perpetual strife And let me... breathe a new, diviner life!
Write me my name In water clear, Perchance from the heights of fame It may fall on the listening ear Like drops that trickle slow From a glacial world of snow, And widen to a river bold and free Sweeping untrammelled to the open sea!
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