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Isaac Rosenberg, English poet, was born in Bristol. He studied painting at the Slade School (1911-14) and had an exhibition of his work at the Whitechapel Gallery. Although he wrote on other topics, his best poems—includingread more
Dim apprehension of a trust
Comes over me this quiet hour,
As though the silence were a flower,
And this, its perfume, dark like dust.
My individual self would cling
Through fear, through pride, unto its fears.
It strives to shut out what it hears,
The founts of being, murmuring.
O! need, whose hauntings terrorize;
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