[TPR-0014] The Reaper and the Flowers by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Published July 29, 2022 2 Views

In this Victorian Poem, Longfellow shows the lighter side of the angel of death—perhaps implying that even that which we perceive to be pure evil, or a thing of darkness, also has another side that is positive and a thing of beauty.

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The Reaper and the Flowers
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

published in Voices of the Night, page 8-10
by Cambridge: John Owen, 1839

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