Alfred Noyes Quotes


St. Luke again associates St. John with St. Peter in the Acts of the Apostles when after the Resurrection that strange boldness had come upon the disciples.

Luke associates John with Peter in Acts when after the Resurrection that strange boldness had come upon the disciples.

Outlawed but not alone for Love Is outlawed too. You cannot banish us proud world: We banish you.

Only in souls the Christ is brought to birth And there He lives and dies.

Bring the buds of the hazel-copse Where two lovers kissed at noon; Bring the crushed red wild-thyme tops Where they murmured under the moon....

I'll come to thee by moonlight though hell should bar the way.

Beauty is a fading flower Truth is but a wizard's tower Where a solemn death-bell tolls And a forest round it rolls.

The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas.

If ever I had any doubts about the fundamental realities of religion they could always be dispelled by one memory- the light upon my father's face as he came back from early communion.

Thereâ??s a magic in the distance where the sea-line meets the sky.

Happy happy happy for all that God hath done Glad of all the little leaves dancing in the sun.

Heart of my heart the world is young; Love lies hidden in every rose!

Oh grown-ups cannot understand And grown-ups never will How short the way to fairyland Across the purple hill.