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Low Tide on Grand Pre
Low tide on Grand Pre [microform] : a book of lyrics
Skip to main content. The sun goes down, and over all These barren reaches by the tide Such unelusive glories fall, I almost dream they yet will bide Until the coming of the tide. And yet I know that not for us, By any ecstasy of dream, He lingers to keep luminous A little while the grievous stream, Which frets, uncomforted of dream — A grievous stream, that to and fro Athrough the fields of Acadie Goes wandering, as if to know Why one beloved face should be So long from home and Acadie. Was it a year or lives ago We took the grasses in our hands, And caught the summer flying low Over the waving meadow lands, And held it there between our hands? The while the river at our feet — A drowsy inland meadow stream — At set of sun the after-heat Made running gold, and in the gleam We freed our birch upon the stream.
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The poem "Low Tide on Grand Pre" by Bliss Carman is about the poet remembering someone very special to him. The poet is reflecting on beautiful times.
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As is common with so many writers his first published piece was for the University magazine and for Carman that was in There was no Canadian company prepared to publish and when an American company did so it went bankrupt. The following year was decidedly better. It was an immediate success. Carman brought out, in , Behind the Arras, a somewhat more serious and philosophical work centered on the premise of a long meditation, using the speaker's house and its many rooms, as a symbol of life and the choices to be made.
The poems in this volume have been collected with reference to their similarity of tone. It seemed better to bring together between the same covers only those pieces of work which I happened to be in the same key, rather than to publish a larger book of more uncertain aim. It will withstand any amount of critical scrutiny. Although critics have argued that the poem refers to the death of a beloved woman, nothing in the poem indicates that such is necessarily the case. This article will pursue the implications of those remarks in a more systematic manner. The opening stanza involves a conscious pathetic fallacy:.
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