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by Frank Stuart Flint
Eyes are tired;
the lamp burns,
and in its circle of light
papers and books lie
where chance and life
have placed them.
Silence sings all around me;
my head is bound with a band;
outside in the street a few footsteps;
a clock strikes the hour.
I gaze, and my eyes close,
I doze; but the moment before sleep,
a voice calls my name
in my ear,
and the shock jolts my heart:
but when I open my eyes,
and look, first left, and then right ...
no one is there.更多信息请访问：http://www.2abc8.com/
Frank Stuart Flint (December 19, 1885 - February 28, 1960) was an English poet and translator who was a prominent member of the Imagist group.Ford Madox Ford called him one of the greatest men and one of the beautiful spirits of the country.
He is mostly known for his participation in the "School of Images" with Ezra Pound and T. E. Hulme in 1909, of which he gave an account in the "Poetry Review" in 1909, and which was to serve as the theoretical basis for the later imagist movement (1913). He also published on French poets starting in 1908, and published a series of articles on contemporary French poets (1912) that much influenced his contemporaries. He entered into a short-lived dispute with Pound as to each one's relative contribution to the imagist movement.
During the 1930s Flint was among a number of poets who moved away from poetry and towards economics,working for the Statistics Division of the Ministry of .Flint would go on to publish an article entitled 'The Plain Man and Economics' in The Criterion in 1937.TAG标签： 吃惊 terror 译 作者简介 郭沫若