4 edition of City Ballads found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||April 30, 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
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When we first came across this we nearly tossed it since this title was already trashed by the penny sellers and the POD people. And all that I can make it say to me Is Wealth, wealth, wealth!
" Great fragments rude, by the shipwreck strewed, Had found by this wreck a place; He had grasped them tight, and hope-strewn fright Sat still on the bloated face. Dear Cousin John: We got here safe—my worthy wife an' me— An' put up at James Sunnyhopes'—a pleasant place to be; An' Isabel, his oldest girl, is home from school just now, An' pets me with her manners all her young man will allow; An' his good wife has monstrous sweet an' culinary ways: It is a summery place to pass a few cold winter days.
Please inquire for more detailed condition information. I never smoke; but, travelling near and far, There's few things help one like a good cigar; When safe between a neighbor's teeth 'tis hung, It oils his ways and loosens up his tongue.
Here flow the streams of endeavor, Cityward trending forever. City Ballads, this is the time we hailed As your bright birthday. The Lord gave Water quite a good-sized start— Three-fourths of this world's homestead for its part; But lawyers are not needed to convince That Water has been losing ever since.
Mortals depraved, whatsoe'er they have been, Soonest can mend from assistance within. I gave you City Ballads what weather I could find, Likewise the different phases of my mind; What my hard hands from morn to night had done, And what my mind had been subsisting on; What accidents had touched my brain with doubt, And what successes it had whittled out; How well I had been able to control The weather fluctuations of my soul; What progress or what failures I had made In spying round and stealing Nature's trade; The seeds of actions planted long ago, And whether they had blossomed out or no; And oft, from what you of the past could tell, I've learned to steer my future pretty well.
Yet, 'tis the same restless story: Even to fail here were glory! Life magazine did a photo spread. Body and brain and heart— Temple of infinite art — You had no power to control Hues of your windows of soul!
And then it set me on the bank, quite thankful for my life, And looking 'round I give a gaze to find my faithful wife; But she had kind o' cut this wave with all the edge she had, And stood a-looking 'round for me, uncommon moist and sad; While Sister Sunnyhopes with smiles was looking sweet and gay, A-floating on her City Ballads back some several rods away!
The mental equipment I'll tell, if I can, That Nature has given the lovely young man: A set of emotions consistently weak, To go with a creature so gentle and meek; A will no opposing can break or surmount Concerning all matters of no great account ; A reasoning wheel, City Ballads correctly revolved When used on small questions already resolved ; A taste for each gaudy and glistening thing That grows on the vision and dies on the wing. Did he view the parlor's gleam, Or the 'wildering palace dream?
I've seen small insects crazy-like go circlin' through the air, An' wondered if they thought some time they'd maybe get somewhere; I've seen a million river-bugs go scootin' round an' round, An' wondered what 'twas all about, or what they'd lost or found; But men an' women, boys an' girls, upon a hard-wood floor, All whirlin' round like folks possessed, I never saw before.
Could he view the gentle gloam Of the fireside of a home? Poems are divided into sections called Wealth, Want, Fire, Water, Vice, Virtue, Travel, and Home.
' Book is without any other marks or writings, pages are clean, book is tight and sturdy.