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The Lonely Nest by Meg Lewer – I love poetry and being inspired by the beautiful words of poets from long ago.

Original Artist quality acrylic paint and ink on wide edge canvas.
Sides are finished in white satin and a hanging wire is secured to the back.
Comes ready to hang.

“Through the green twilight of a hedge
I peered, with cheek on the cool leaves pressed,
And spied a bird upon a nest:
Two eyes she had beseeching me
Meekly and brave, and her brown breast
Throbb’d hot and quick above her heart;
And then she oped her dagger bill, –
‘Twas not a chirp, as sparrows pipe
At break of day; ’twas not a trill,
As falters through the quiet even;
But one sharp solitary note,
One desperate, fierce, and vivid cry
Of valiant tears, and hopeless joy,
One passionate note of victory:
Off, like a fool afraid, I sneaked,
Smiling the smile the fool smiles best,
At the mother bird in the secret hedge
Patient upon her lonely nest”.

Walter De La Mare

The Lonely Nest

Meg Lewer

AUD$1,010
Size: 60w x 60h x 5d cms
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Acrylic and ink on wide edge canvas
Ready to hang

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Additional Information

The Lonely Nest by Meg Lewer – I love poetry and being inspired by the beautiful words of poets from long ago.

Original Artist quality acrylic paint and ink on wide edge canvas.
Sides are finished in white satin and a hanging wire is secured to the back.
Comes ready to hang.

“Through the green twilight of a hedge
I peered, with cheek on the cool leaves pressed,
And spied a bird upon a nest:
Two eyes she had beseeching me
Meekly and brave, and her brown breast
Throbb’d hot and quick above her heart;
And then she oped her dagger bill, –
‘Twas not a chirp, as sparrows pipe
At break of day; ’twas not a trill,
As falters through the quiet even;
But one sharp solitary note,
One desperate, fierce, and vivid cry
Of valiant tears, and hopeless joy,
One passionate note of victory:
Off, like a fool afraid, I sneaked,
Smiling the smile the fool smiles best,
At the mother bird in the secret hedge
Patient upon her lonely nest”.

Walter De La Mare

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