Imagination by Thomas Norton

Imagination is a single star
In the mind’s heaven, that unpeopled
With a pure, high-bred, noble race of thoughts,
Unhusbanded, grows rank abortion, soon
Consumes itself.

From: Norton, Thomas, The Hermit, A Poem, and Miscellaneous Verse, 1872, Smith, Elder & Co.: London, p. 137.
(https://archive.org/stream/hermitapoemandm00nortgoog#page/n144/mode/2up)

Date: 1872

By: Thomas Norton (fl. 1872)

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One Comment to “Imagination by Thomas Norton”

  1. Lovely poem, but the formatting of your page is a bit messy 🙂

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