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Throbbings of noontide

Bob Spooner

Throbbings of noontide

by Bob Spooner

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Published by Gerbil in Leeds .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Bob Spooner.
The Physical Object
Pagination146p. ;
Number of Pages146
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15202182M
ISBN 101871331455
OCLC/WorldCa24736822

  I look into my glass, And view my wasting skin, And say, "Would God it came to pass My heart had shrunk as thin!" For then, I, undistrest By hearts grown cold to me, Could lonely wait my endless rest With equanimity. But Time, to make me grieve, Part steals, lets part abide; And shakes this fragile frame at eve With throbbings of noontide. To the analysis posted on I would add another possible sense which is evoked by "throbbings of noontide". It certainly evokes pangs of emotion, as well as the beating of the heart (which is of course physical, but brings out the two previous mentions of "heart" in which it is figurative).

  Ernest Hilbert’s Books “I Look Into My Glass” by Thomas Hardy With throbbings of noontide. Comments. comments. Tweet. 1. Top Five Songs that were Top Billboard Charting Song for their Year that No One Listens to Anymore. 1 Comment. Reply Luke . With throbbings of noontide. Nobody Comes Tree-leaves labour up and down, And through them the fainting light Succumbs to the crawl of night. Outside in the road the telegraph wire To the town from the darkening land Intones to travellers like a spectral lyre Swept by a spectral hand. A car comes up, with lamps full-glare, That flash upon a tree.

A T AGE FIFTY-TWO, THOMAS HARDY was beginning to feel uneasy about aging. On Octo , he wrote to his friend Arthur Blomfield: “Hurt my tooth at breakfast-time. I look in the glass. Am conscious of the humiliating sorriness of my earthly tabernacle. Rather, he puts me in mind of poets like Hardy and Auden who knew how time ‘shakes this fragile frame at eve/ With throbbings of noontide’, or even the more flamboyant Yeats complaining of ‘decrepit age that has been tied to me/ As to a dog’s tail.’ But Malouf is far from histrionic.


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It is at this time — in the evening of life and in the evening of each day — that Hardy’s fragile, aging body shakes with sorrow and weeping, with the “throbbings of noontide,” meaning the emotions of the height of one’s life that do not weaken and shrink as one grows older; so while the skin wrinkles and loses its vigor, the.

Noontide definition, the time of noon; midday. See more. (Bailey, ) This poem attests to the frustration of bearing Throbbings of noontide book "throbbings of noontide" in the body of a man nearly sixty years old." (Carlisle, ) "In addition to the natural frustration of physical aging, Hardy also lamented the fact that he was distressed by "hearts grown cold to me.".

With throbbings of noontide. A short poem, with a simple message, this. A short summary conveys this much: the speaker looks at himself in his mirror (or ‘glass’) and sees his wrinkled and ageing skin, and wishes that his heart Throbbings of noontide book similarly weakened and reduced.

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The Noontide Press: Books On-Line Volume One: A Reckoning. With throbbings of noontide. I expect, like me, you thought by now to have learned to accept with stoic resolution the dimming to frailty of our senses in line with our weakened physical attributes.

Perhaps it takes our poets to speak the plain truth. The heart that beats in his aged chest is that of a young man still capable of feeling love, romantic longing, and infatuation: ‘But Time, to make me grieve, / Part steals, lets part abide; / And shakes this fragile frame at eve / With throbbings of noontide.’.

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