For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . Press of Gibson Bros.. Inc.Washington, D. C. .• 3l17 IN MEMORY OF CHARLOTTE MAY BUFFETT Sometime Wife of ERWIN F. SMITH Born: October 8, 1871, Cleveland, Ohio Married: April 13, 1893, Easton, Maryland Died: December 28, 1906, Washington, D. C. For ever wilt thou love, and she be fair!—Keats. God hath her with Himself eternally,Yet she inhabits every hour with thee. —Cino da Pisloia (Rossettis translation). Ce que lhomme ici-bas appelle le genie, Cest le besoin daimer; hors de la tout est vain. —Alfred de Musset.. The sea sh

For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . Press of Gibson Bros.. Inc.Washington, D. C. .• 3l17 IN MEMORY OF CHARLOTTE MAY BUFFETT Sometime Wife of ERWIN F. SMITH Born: October 8, 1871, Cleveland, Ohio Married: April 13, 1893, Easton, Maryland Died: December 28, 1906, Washington, D. C. For ever wilt thou love, and she be fair!—Keats. God hath her with Himself eternally,Yet she inhabits every hour with thee. —Cino da Pisloia (Rossettis translation). Ce que lhomme ici-bas appelle le genie, Cest le besoin daimer; hors de la tout est vain. —Alfred de Musset.. The sea sh Stock Photo
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For her friends and mine: a book of aspirations, dreams and memories . Press of Gibson Bros.. Inc.Washington, D. C. .• 3l17 IN MEMORY OF CHARLOTTE MAY BUFFETT Sometime Wife of ERWIN F. SMITH Born: October 8, 1871, Cleveland, Ohio Married: April 13, 1893, Easton, Maryland Died: December 28, 1906, Washington, D. C. For ever wilt thou love, and she be fair!—Keats. God hath her with Himself eternally,Yet she inhabits every hour with thee. —Cino da Pisloia (Rossettis translation). Ce que lhomme ici-bas appelle le genie, Cest le besoin daimer; hors de la tout est vain. —Alfred de Musset.. The sea she loved makes music here alway,Repeating loud or low, and night and day,Its world-old song of change, and then of sleep! TABLE OF CONTENTS. PAGE. Proem, 16 Note, . 7 Baracoa, 47 Naples, 51 In Memoriam, 55 ODES AND SONGS. Fortitude, 61 The Bells of Santo Spirito 62 Cienfuegos, 70 On the Blue Sea 75 A Summer Song, 77 A Childs Song, 79 First Day Out, 80 Nightfall, 81 Fair Weather, 82 Midnight, 83 Innisfree, 84 A Love Song, 85 SONNETS. I. Music at Home 89 II. The Love of Art, 90 III. Summer Seas, 91 IV. Evenings with Books, 92 V. Robert Louis Stevenson, 93 VI. Confucius, 94 VII. Dead Loves, 95 VIII. Migratory Birds, 96 IX. Her Grave and Mine: September, 97 X. An Autumn Storm, 98 XI to XIV. Baracoa: 1904, 99-102 XV. Remembrance, 103 XVI. Her Grave and Mine: Morning and Evening, . . 104 XVII. The Old Faith and the New, 105 XVIII. Beethoven (I) 106 9 PAGE XIX. Beyond, 107 XX. Thomas Carlyle, 108 XXI. Jane Welsh Carlyle, 109 XXII. The Two Multitudes, no XXIII. Mata Harbor, m XXIV.