THE POETRY OF PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE: Unveiled (Page 219) 29 Friday Jun 2012 Posted by Waldo "Wally" Tomosky in PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE ≈ 2 Comments Tagsde javu, Description, Hayne's Later Poems, Imagination, Legends and Lyrics, Love, Lyrics, Paul Hamilton Hayne, Poetry, preexistence, reincarnation, Sentiment, Solitude Hayne’s “Later Poems” start on Page 219 with “Unveiled” Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Rustic Recluse said:
“No life is trivial, no creation small” – how beautiful. Under what circumstances, if you could remind me, was this poem written?
Waldo "Wally" Tomosky said:
It is part of Paul Hamilton Hayne’s poems that he wrote later in life. It alludes to our earth yet is flavored with the philosophy of nature. Other than that I am not sure what may have inspired him to write it. The link at the bottom of the post will take you to the page where it starts but once there you can read any or all of the poems in the book. He lived about the mid-1800’s.