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Poems by Mimi Josephson, 1911–1998

By Josephson, Mimi

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Book Id: WPLBN0003466804
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Reproduction Date: 3/29/2008

Title: Poems by Mimi Josephson, 1911–1998  
Author: Josephson, Mimi
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Poetry, Collected poems
Collections: Poetry, Authors Community, Language, Sociology, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Education
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Publisher: Brian Josephson
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Mimi Josephson, B. M. (2008). Poems by Mimi Josephson, 1911–1998. Retrieved from

Mimi Josephson was born in Swansea in 1911 but spent much of her life in Cardiff and later in Cambridge. She had numerous occupations, being a schoolteacher, private teacher of gifted children and dyslexics, freelance journalist specialising in interviews (including ones of Dylan Thomas and Fred Hoyle), short story writer, and poet.

A collection of poems by Welsh poet Mimi Josephson, compiled by her friend Audrey Disney.

"I have known the golden scorch of the sun's fierce embrace. I have felt the silver thrust of the moon's pale kiss. The star-gemmed cloak of a darker night has clad me in its folds. But still I yearn for more than this." (the first verse of 'More than This')

Table of Contents
1. Love's Loneliness 2. First Anniversary 3. Sun-seeker 4. Genesis of a Poem 5. More Than This 6. Revelation 7. Unanswered, Unanswerable 8. I shall not mourn 9. Autumn speaks 10. Winter in the Mind 11. The Sculptor 12. To Dylan Thomas 13. Rhododendrons at Cefn On 14. To T. L. B. 15. Renunciation 16. We are the Whole Ones 17. Late Love 18. Rebirth 19. Which Little Land? 20. Knowledge 21. Afterwards 22. Inconstancy 23. To my love, who misunderstands my love 24. I sit at my window at night 25. If there should be but this 26. To Walk Among the Golden Ones 27. A Bird Sings 28. Release 29. Chagrin d'amour 30. Another Agony in another Garden 31. When the spring breezes softly sigh 32. Journey to Love


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