John Swinnerton Phillimore Poems

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John Swinnerton Phillimore
Miller, S. N. “Phillimore, John Swinnerton (1873-1926).” Revised by Mark Pottle. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Ed. H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: OUP, 2004. Biographical information Given name: John Swinnerton Family name: Phillimore Birth date: 26 February 1873 Death date: 16 November 1926 Nationality: English Education Westminster School Christ Church, Oxford Occupations Lecturer: 1895 Professor: 1899 Residences Cam Cottage, Shedfield, Hampshire to 1926 Boconnoc, Cornwall: 1873 Oxford: 1893

to a sicilian boy
Love, I adore the contours of thy shape,
Thine exquisite breasts and arms adorable;
The wo... [read poem]
etchings ii: in the bar
A hand that twists the broidered veil
Above the drooping flower-red mouth
Upon the straigh... [read poem]
Why sing of suns you cannot see, in vain? --
Here where dull day from night scarce diff'ren... [read poem]
a minor chord
I shudder from your beauty. Hour by hour
I dread the time that comes and will not spare
Th... [read poem]
plein air
Purple and white the pansies shone.
Tall stocks that stained the garden walk
With crimson,... [read poem]

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