One Day & Another: A Lyrical Eclogue
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One Day & Another: A Lyrical Eclogue

By Madison Julius Cawein
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  • ONE DAY AND ANOTHER
    • A Lyrical Eclogue
  • ONE DAY & ANOTHER
    • A Lyrical Eclogue
    • MADISON CAWEIN
      • THE LYRIC LIBRARY
        • BOSTON Richard G Badger & Company (Incorporated) 1901
        • TO G. F. M. THIS VOLUME IS INSCRIBED IN MEMORY OF MANY DAYS.
      • BOSTON Richard G Badger & Company (Incorporated) 1901
      • TO G. F. M. THIS VOLUME IS INSCRIBED IN MEMORY OF MANY DAYS.
    • THE LYRIC LIBRARY
      • BOSTON Richard G Badger & Company (Incorporated) 1901
      • TO G. F. M. THIS VOLUME IS INSCRIBED IN MEMORY OF MANY DAYS.
    • BOSTON Richard G Badger & Company (Incorporated) 1901
    • TO G. F. M. THIS VOLUME IS INSCRIBED IN MEMORY OF MANY DAYS.
  • ONE DAY AND ANOTHER
    • A Lyrical Eclogue
    • PART I
      • LATE SPRING
        • 1
        • Outside her garden. He waits musing.
        • 2
        • Dusk deepens. A whippoorwill calls.
        • 3
        • He enters her garden, speaking dreamily:
        • 4
        • She approaches, laughing. She speaks,—
        • HE
        • SHE
        • HE
        • SHE
        • HE
        • SHE
        • HE
        • SHE
        • HE
        • 5
        • She stands smiling at him. She speaks:
        • He speaks:
        • 6
        • Moths flutter around them. She speaks:
        • 7
        • Taking her hand, he says:
        • She roguishly:
        • 8
        • Then, regarding him seriously, she continues:
        • 9
        • Leaving the garden for the lane. He, with lightness of heart.
        • She, responding to his mood:
        • HE
        • SHE
        • 10
        • He, suddenly and very earnestly:
        • 11
        • She, musingly:
        • 12
        • He, with conviction.
        • 13
        • They enter the garden again.... She, somewhat pensively.
        • 14
        • He, observing the various flowers around them:
        • 15
        • She, seriously:
        • 16
        • He, after a pause, lightly:
        • 17
        • She, standing among the flowers:
        • 18
        • He, at parting, as they proceed down the garden:
      • 1
      • Outside her garden. He waits musing.
      • 2
      • Dusk deepens. A whippoorwill calls.
      • 3
      • He enters her garden, speaking dreamily:
      • 4
      • She approaches, laughing. She speaks,—
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • 5
      • She stands smiling at him. She speaks:
      • He speaks:
      • 6
      • Moths flutter around them. She speaks:
      • 7
      • Taking her hand, he says:
      • She roguishly:
      • 8
      • Then, regarding him seriously, she continues:
      • 9
      • Leaving the garden for the lane. He, with lightness of heart.
      • She, responding to his mood:
      • HE
      • SHE
      • 10
      • He, suddenly and very earnestly:
      • 11
      • She, musingly:
      • 12
      • He, with conviction.
      • 13
      • They enter the garden again.... She, somewhat pensively.
      • 14
      • He, observing the various flowers around them:
      • 15
      • She, seriously:
      • 16
      • He, after a pause, lightly:
      • 17
      • She, standing among the flowers:
      • 18
      • He, at parting, as they proceed down the garden:
    • LATE SPRING
      • 1
      • Outside her garden. He waits musing.
      • 2
      • Dusk deepens. A whippoorwill calls.
      • 3
      • He enters her garden, speaking dreamily:
      • 4
      • She approaches, laughing. She speaks,—
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • SHE
      • HE
      • 5
      • She stands smiling at him. She speaks:
      • He speaks:
      • 6
      • Moths flutter around them. She speaks:
      • 7
      • Taking her hand, he says:
      • She roguishly:
      • 8
      • Then, regarding him seriously, she continues:
      • 9
      • Leaving the garden for the lane. He, with lightness of heart.
      • She, responding to his mood:
      • HE
      • SHE
      • 10
      • He, suddenly and very earnestly:
      • 11
      • She, musingly:
      • 12
      • He, with conviction.
      • 13
      • They enter the garden again.... She, somewhat pensively.
      • 14
      • He, observing the various flowers around them:
      • 15
      • She, seriously:
      • 16
      • He, after a pause, lightly:
      • 17
      • She, standing among the flowers:
      • 18
      • He, at parting, as they proceed down the garden:
    • 1
    • Outside her garden. He waits musing.
    • 2
    • Dusk deepens. A whippoorwill calls.
    • 3
    • He enters her garden, speaking dreamily:
    • 4
    • She approaches, laughing. She speaks,—
    • HE
    • SHE
    • HE
    • SHE
    • HE
    • SHE
    • HE
    • SHE
    • HE
    • 5
    • She stands smiling at him. She speaks:
    • He speaks:
    • 6
    • Moths flutter around them. She speaks:
    • 7
    • Taking her hand, he says:
    • She roguishly:
    • 8
    • Then, regarding him seriously, she continues:
    • 9
    • Leaving the garden for the lane. He, with lightness of heart.
    • She, responding to his mood:
    • HE
    • SHE
    • 10
    • He, suddenly and very earnestly:
    • 11
    • She, musingly:
    • 12
    • He, with conviction.
    • 13
    • They enter the garden again.... She, somewhat pensively.
    • 14
    • He, observing the various flowers around them:
    • 15
    • She, seriously:
    • 16
    • He, after a pause, lightly:
    • 17
    • She, standing among the flowers:
    • 18
    • He, at parting, as they proceed down the garden:
    • PART II
      • EARLY SUMMER
        • 1
        • She delays, meditating. A rainy afternoon.
        • 2
        • They meet. He speaks.
        • She speaks.
        • 3
        • They meet again under the greenwood tree. He speaks:
        • 4
        • Entering the skiff, she speaks:
        • 5
        • He speaks, rowing.
        • She speaks.
        • He speaks.
        • 6
        • She sings.
        • 7
        • He speaks, letting the boat drift.
        • 8
        • Landing, he sings.
        • She sings.
        • He speaks.
        • 9
        • Homeward through flowers; she speaks:
        • 10
        • He speaks, musingly.
        • 11
        • She speaks, dreamily.
        • 12
        • He laughs, wishing to dispel her seriousness:
        • 13
        • She interrupts him, speaking impetuously:
        • 14
        • Nearing home, he speaks.
        • 15
        • At the gate. She speaks.
        • 16
        • He, at parting:
      • 1
      • She delays, meditating. A rainy afternoon.
      • 2
      • They meet. He speaks.
      • She speaks.
      • 3
      • They meet again under the greenwood tree. He speaks:
      • 4
      • Entering the skiff, she speaks:
      • 5
      • He speaks, rowing.
      • She speaks.
      • He speaks.
      • 6
      • She sings.
      • 7
      • He speaks, letting the boat drift.
      • 8
      • Landing, he sings.
      • She sings.
      • He speaks.
      • 9
      • Homeward through flowers; she speaks:
      • 10
      • He speaks, musingly.
      • 11
      • She speaks, dreamily.
      • 12
      • He laughs, wishing to dispel her seriousness:
      • 13
      • She interrupts him, speaking impetuously:
      • 14
      • Nearing home, he speaks.
      • 15
      • At the gate. She speaks.
      • 16
      • He, at parting:
    • EARLY SUMMER
      • 1
      • She delays, meditating. A rainy afternoon.
      • 2
      • They meet. He speaks.
      • She speaks.
      • 3
      • They meet again under the greenwood tree. He speaks:
      • 4
      • Entering the skiff, she speaks:
      • 5
      • He speaks, rowing.
      • She speaks.
      • He speaks.
      • 6
      • She sings.
      • 7
      • He speaks, letting the boat drift.
      • 8
      • Landing, he sings.
      • She sings.
      • He speaks.
      • 9
      • Homeward through flowers; she speaks:
      • 10
      • He speaks, musingly.
      • 11
      • She speaks, dreamily.
      • 12
      • He laughs, wishing to dispel her seriousness:
      • 13
      • She interrupts him, speaking impetuously:
      • 14
      • Nearing home, he speaks.
      • 15
      • At the gate. She speaks.
      • 16
      • He, at parting:
    • 1
    • She delays, meditating. A rainy afternoon.
    • 2
    • They meet. He speaks.
    • She speaks.
    • 3
    • They meet again under the greenwood tree. He speaks:
    • 4
    • Entering the skiff, she speaks:
    • 5
    • He speaks, rowing.
    • She speaks.
    • He speaks.
    • 6
    • She sings.
    • 7
    • He speaks, letting the boat drift.
    • 8
    • Landing, he sings.
    • She sings.
    • He speaks.
    • 9
    • Homeward through flowers; she speaks:
    • 10
    • He speaks, musingly.
    • 11
    • She speaks, dreamily.
    • 12
    • He laughs, wishing to dispel her seriousness:
    • 13
    • She interrupts him, speaking impetuously:
    • 14
    • Nearing home, he speaks.
    • 15
    • At the gate. She speaks.
    • 16
    • He, at parting:
    • PART III
      • LATE SUMMER
        • 1
        • Musing he strolls among the quiet lanes by farm and field.
        • 2
        • He is reminded of another day with her.
        • 3
        • He enters the woods. He sits down despondently.
        • 4
        • He proceeds in the direction of a stream.
        • 5
        • He seats himself on a rock and gazes steadily into the stream.
        • 6
        • Taking a letter from his pocket, he hurries away.
        • 7
        • After the last meeting; the day following.
        • 8
        • He walks aimlessly on.
        • 9
        • He compares the present day with a past one.
        • 10
        • He pauses before a deserted house by the roadside.
        • 11
        • He proceeds on his way.
        • 12
        • Among the twilight fields.
      • 1
      • Musing he strolls among the quiet lanes by farm and field.
      • 2
      • He is reminded of another day with her.
      • 3
      • He enters the woods. He sits down despondently.
      • 4
      • He proceeds in the direction of a stream.
      • 5
      • He seats himself on a rock and gazes steadily into the stream.
      • 6
      • Taking a letter from his pocket, he hurries away.
      • 7
      • After the last meeting; the day following.
      • 8
      • He walks aimlessly on.
      • 9
      • He compares the present day with a past one.
      • 10
      • He pauses before a deserted house by the roadside.
      • 11
      • He proceeds on his way.
      • 12
      • Among the twilight fields.
    • LATE SUMMER
      • 1
      • Musing he strolls among the quiet lanes by farm and field.
      • 2
      • He is reminded of another day with her.
      • 3
      • He enters the woods. He sits down despondently.
      • 4
      • He proceeds in the direction of a stream.
      • 5
      • He seats himself on a rock and gazes steadily into the stream.
      • 6
      • Taking a letter from his pocket, he hurries away.
      • 7
      • After the last meeting; the day following.
      • 8
      • He walks aimlessly on.
      • 9
      • He compares the present day with a past one.
      • 10
      • He pauses before a deserted house by the roadside.
      • 11
      • He proceeds on his way.
      • 12
      • Among the twilight fields.
    • 1
    • Musing he strolls among the quiet lanes by farm and field.
    • 2
    • He is reminded of another day with her.
    • 3
    • He enters the woods. He sits down despondently.
    • 4
    • He proceeds in the direction of a stream.
    • 5
    • He seats himself on a rock and gazes steadily into the stream.
    • 6
    • Taking a letter from his pocket, he hurries away.
    • 7
    • After the last meeting; the day following.
    • 8
    • He walks aimlessly on.
    • 9
    • He compares the present day with a past one.
    • 10
    • He pauses before a deserted house by the roadside.
    • 11
    • He proceeds on his way.
    • 12
    • Among the twilight fields.
    • PART IV
      • LATE AUTUMN
        • 1
        • Sick and sad, propped among pillows, she sits at her window.
        • 2
        • She gazes out upon the dying garden.
        • 3
        • She muses upon the past.
        • 4
        • She takes up a book and reads.
        • 5
        • She lays down the book.
        • 6
        • She writes to him to come to her.
        • 7
        • The wind rises; the trees are agitated.
        • 8
        • She muses in the gathering twilight.
        • 9
        • He enters. Taking her in his arms he speaks.
        • 10
        • She smiles through her tears; holding his hands she speaks.
      • 1
      • Sick and sad, propped among pillows, she sits at her window.
      • 2
      • She gazes out upon the dying garden.
      • 3
      • She muses upon the past.
      • 4
      • She takes up a book and reads.
      • 5
      • She lays down the book.
      • 6
      • She writes to him to come to her.
      • 7
      • The wind rises; the trees are agitated.
      • 8
      • She muses in the gathering twilight.
      • 9
      • He enters. Taking her in his arms he speaks.
      • 10
      • She smiles through her tears; holding his hands she speaks.
    • LATE AUTUMN
      • 1
      • Sick and sad, propped among pillows, she sits at her window.
      • 2
      • She gazes out upon the dying garden.
      • 3
      • She muses upon the past.
      • 4
      • She takes up a book and reads.
      • 5
      • She lays down the book.
      • 6
      • She writes to him to come to her.
      • 7
      • The wind rises; the trees are agitated.
      • 8
      • She muses in the gathering twilight.
      • 9
      • He enters. Taking her in his arms he speaks.
      • 10
      • She smiles through her tears; holding his hands she speaks.
    • 1
    • Sick and sad, propped among pillows, she sits at her window.
    • 2
    • She gazes out upon the dying garden.
    • 3
    • She muses upon the past.
    • 4
    • She takes up a book and reads.
    • 5
    • She lays down the book.
    • 6
    • She writes to him to come to her.
    • 7
    • The wind rises; the trees are agitated.
    • 8
    • She muses in the gathering twilight.
    • 9
    • He enters. Taking her in his arms he speaks.
    • 10
    • She smiles through her tears; holding his hands she speaks.
    • PART V
      • WINTER
        • 1
        • In the silence of his room. After many days.
        • 2
        • The bitterness of his bereavement speaks in him.
        • 3
        • Her dead face seems to rise up before him.
        • 4
        • He sinks into deep thought.
        • 5
        • He arouses from his abstraction.
        • 6
        • He looks from his window toward the sombre west.
        • 7
        • He turns from the window, takes up a book and reads.
        • 8
        • The storm is heard sounding wildly with wind and hail.
        • 9
        • He sits by the slowly dying fire. The storm is heard with increased violence.
      • 1
      • In the silence of his room. After many days.
      • 2
      • The bitterness of his bereavement speaks in him.
      • 3
      • Her dead face seems to rise up before him.
      • 4
      • He sinks into deep thought.
      • 5
      • He arouses from his abstraction.
      • 6
      • He looks from his window toward the sombre west.
      • 7
      • He turns from the window, takes up a book and reads.
      • 8
      • The storm is heard sounding wildly with wind and hail.
      • 9
      • He sits by the slowly dying fire. The storm is heard with increased violence.
    • WINTER
      • 1
      • In the silence of his room. After many days.
      • 2
      • The bitterness of his bereavement speaks in him.
      • 3
      • Her dead face seems to rise up before him.
      • 4
      • He sinks into deep thought.
      • 5
      • He arouses from his abstraction.
      • 6
      • He looks from his window toward the sombre west.
      • 7
      • He turns from the window, takes up a book and reads.
      • 8
      • The storm is heard sounding wildly with wind and hail.
      • 9
      • He sits by the slowly dying fire. The storm is heard with increased violence.
    • 1
    • In the silence of his room. After many days.
    • 2
    • The bitterness of his bereavement speaks in him.
    • 3
    • Her dead face seems to rise up before him.
    • 4
    • He sinks into deep thought.
    • 5
    • He arouses from his abstraction.
    • 6
    • He looks from his window toward the sombre west.
    • 7
    • He turns from the window, takes up a book and reads.
    • 8
    • The storm is heard sounding wildly with wind and hail.
    • 9
    • He sits by the slowly dying fire. The storm is heard with increased violence.
    • THE LYRIC LIBRARY
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    • A book of poetry worth while.
      • POEMS OF THE TOWN
      • IRISH MIST AND SUNSHINE
        • BALLADS AND LYRICS BY
        • REV. JAMES B. DOLLARD (Sliav-na-mon)
      • BALLADS AND LYRICS BY
      • REV. JAMES B. DOLLARD (Sliav-na-mon)
      • FOUR DAYS OF GOD
    • POEMS OF THE TOWN
    • IRISH MIST AND SUNSHINE
      • BALLADS AND LYRICS BY
      • REV. JAMES B. DOLLARD (Sliav-na-mon)
    • BALLADS AND LYRICS BY
    • REV. JAMES B. DOLLARD (Sliav-na-mon)
    • FOUR DAYS OF GOD
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