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Image from page 30 of "The white doe; the fate of Virginia Dare; an Indian legend" (1901)

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説明Identifier: whitedoefateofvi00cottTitle: The white doe; the fate of Virginia Dare; an Indian legendYear: 1901 (1900s)Authors: Cotten, Sallie SouthallSubjects: Dare, Virginia, b. 1587 Indians of North AmericaPublisher: Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott CompanyContributing Library: The Library of CongressDigitizing Sponsor: Sloan FoundationView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:s andFashions of the People in that Parte of America nowcalled Virginia, 1590. t7 PROLOGUE In the tomb of vanished ages sleep th* ungarnered truths of Time,Where the pall of silence covers deeds of honor and of crime ;Deeds of sacrifice and danger, which the careless earth forgets,There, in ever-deepning shadows, lie embalmed in mute regrets.Would-be-gleaners of the Present vainly grope amid this gloom ;Flowers of Truth to be immortal must be gathered while they bloom,Else they pass into the Silence, mans neglect their only blight,And the Gleaner of the Ages stores them far from human sight.Yet a perfume, sweet and subtle, lingers where each flower grew,Rising from the shattered petals, bathed and freshened by the dew ;And this perfume, in the twilight, forms a mist beneath the skies,Out of which, like airy phantoms, legends and traditions rise ;For the Seeds of Truth are buried in a legends inmost heart,To transplant them in the sunlight justifies the poets art. 19 THE SEEDS OF TRUTHText Appearing After Image:THE SEEDS OF TRUTH ROANOAK, I587 Shimmering waters, aweary of tossing,Hopeful of rest, ripple on to the shore ;Dimpling with light, as they waver and quiver,Echoing faintly the oceans wild roar.Locked in the arms of the tremulous watersNestles an island, with beauty abloom,Where the warm kiss of an amorous summerFills all the air with a languid perfume.Windward, the roar of the turbulent breakersWarns of the dangers of rock and of reef;Burdened with memries of sorrowful shipwreck,They break on the sands in torrents of grief.Leeward, the forest, grown giant in greenness,Shelters a land where a fervid sun shines ;Wild with the beauty of riotous nature,Thick with the tangles of fruit-laden vines.*From fragrant clusters, grown purple with ripeness,Rare, spicy odors float out to the sea,fWhere the gray gulls flit with restless endeavor,Skimming the waves in their frolicsome glee. * See Appendix, Note a. f See Appendix, Note b. 23 24 THE SEEDS OF TRUTH Out from the shore stalks the statelyNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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