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WILLIAM SHARP
(USED PSEUDONYM FIONA MCLEOD)
Scottish novelist, essayist and miscellaneous writer
(1856 - 1905)

In the beginning, said a Persian poet--Allah took a rose, a lily, a dove, a serpent, a little honey, a Dead Sea apple, and a handful of clay. When he looked at the amalgam--it was a woman.
      - in the "Portfolio", July. 1894, p. 6
        [Women]

My heart is a lonely hunter that hunts on a lonely hill.
      - [Heart]

Across the silent stream
  Where the dream-shadows go,
    From the dim blue Hill of Dream
      I have heard the west wind blow.
      - From the Hills of Dream [Dreams]

Ah, the strange, sweet, lonely delight
  Of the Valleys of Dream.
      - From the Hills of Dream [Dreams]


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