Sagittulae, Random Verses
|Sagittulae, Random Verses (1880)
|This collection of poems was first published in 1885, digitised by Project Gutenberg|
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E. W. BOWLING,
- RECTOR OF HOUGHTON CONQUEST, AND
- LATE FELLOW OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
- Si dulce est desipere in loco,
- ignosce nostro, blande lector, ioco.
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.,
CAMBRIDGE: W. METCALFE & SON, TRINITY STREET.
A very few of the following pieces appeared in "Punch," during the Consulship of Plancus. The rest have been written by me during the past twenty-five years, under the signature of "Arculus," for "The Eagle," the Magazine of St. John's College, Cambridge. I hope their reappearance will be welcome to a few of my old College friends.
The general reader will probably think that some apology is due to him from me for publishing verses of so crude and trivial a character.
I can only say that the smallest of bows should sometimes be unstrung, and that if my little arrows are flimsy and light they will, I trust, wound no one.
E. W. BOWLING.
- The Battle of the Pons Trium Trojanorum
- Clio Fatidica
- Athetes and Aesthesis
- A Vision
- A May Term Memory
- The May Term
- A Tragedy of the 19th Century
- "Nunc Te Bacche Canam"
- A Romance in Real (Academic) Life
- The Senior Fellow
- A Valentine
- A Curate's complaint
- Tempora Mutantur
- Simplex Munditiis
- Turgidus Alpinus
- The Alpine Club Man
- The Modern Climber
- The Climber's Dream
- The Beaconsfield Alphabet
- The Gladstone Alphabet
- Solitude in September
- Meditations of a Classical Man on a mathematical paper during a late fellowship examination
- The Lady Margaret 5th Boat (May, 1863)
- In Camum
- Father Camus
- In memoriam G. A. P.
- Granta Victrix
- The Great Boat Race
- Lines by a Cambridge Ancient Mariner
- The sorrows of Father Cam
- The coming boat race
- A Ballad
- An April Squall
- Bedfordshire Ballad I
- Bedfordshire Ballad II
- Bedfordshire Ballad III
- Bedfordshire Ballad IV
[Transcriber's note: The poems "In Camus" and "Father Camus" appear to be the same poem, the former in Latin; the latter in English. In the original book, they are printed on facing pairs of pages, the left-hand page Latin, the right-hand page English. In this e-text, each poem is together, and are in the same order as shown in the Table of Contents.]
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