"Legend has it there is always a reason why souls meet. Maybe they found each other for reasons that weren't so different after all. They were two souls searching and found a home lost in each other. When souls find comfort in one another separation is not possible. The reasons they are brought together are no accident... Maybe she needed someone to show her how to live and he needed someone to show him how to love".--Poem by N.R. Hart.
This mysteriously beautiful vintage poem is one of my all time favourite poems out there.. thought of sharing it on the page.. hope you guys fall in-love with the story line as much as I did.. Stay magical ❤😘
This is one of my favorite books, I think it's so beautiful. It's a poetry book from 1920s anthology, The Golden Treasury of Longer Poems.
It includes Chaucer, Spenser, Marvell, Milton, Pope, Goldsmith, Burns, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Keats, Tennyson, Browning, Rossetti and Yeats! And it's in amazing condition for its age 😍
This is a lovely little antique poem book with a 1909 inscription in the front cover. The pages are in perfect shape, but the cover is slightly water damaged. There is no odor. Lovely!
Measures approximately 5" x 7" $19.99 *SHIPPING*
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-Original antique book comes sleeved and boarded for protection
This is a rare signed first edition of The Golden Whales of California by Vachel Lindsay. Purchase price includes 2 clippings from a 1923 newspaper - one is an illustration by Lindsay, the other is a poetry clipping. As shown in the picture, the pages are slightly discolored where the clippings were stored all these years.
The author's inscription reads: "COME, let us be bold with our songs - Nicholas Vachel Lindsay, Springfield, Illinois." $75.99 + $3.21 (USPS Media Mail)
My co-worker gave me this beautiful vintage music book today, isn't this cover lovely? A bit of info via Wiki:
Carrie Minetta Jacobs-Bond (August 11, 1862 – December 28, 1946) was an American singer, pianist, and songwriter who composed over 175 pieces of popular music from the 1890s through the early 1940s.
Former U.S. President Herbert Hoover wrote in her epitaph: "Beloved composer of 'I Love You Truly' . . . and a hundred other heart songs that express the loves and longings, sadness and gladness of all people everywhere . . . who met widowhood, conquered hardship, and achieved fame by composing and singing her simple romantic melodies. She was America’s gallant lady of song." Carrie Jacobs-Bond also published books of children's poetry and an autobiography. She drew the artwork for her sheet music covers. The wild rose, her trademark artwork, appears on many of her publications.
Her song "I Love You Truly" was featured in the 2010 Oscar winning film "The King's Speech". Thank you, Pam!