Egypt’s might is tumbled down Down a-down the deeps of thought; Greece is fallen and Troy town, Glorious Rome hath lost her crown, Venice’ pride is nought. But the dreams their children dreamed Fleeting, unsubstantial, vain Shadowy as the shadows seemed Airy nothing, as they deemed, These remain. Mary Coleridge, Egypt’s might is tumbled down […]
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