Thou hast bewitched me beloved

Samuel Coleridge Taylor Thou hast bewitched me, Beloved

In Classics, Songs, Songs in English by Vogler & Lindqvist4 Comments

Poem by Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall

Thou hast bewitched me, beloved
Till I am weaker than water,
Water that drips from the fountain
Through thy white tapering fingers.
Thou hast bewitched me, beloved!

Yet as the waters together
gather and grow to a torrent
Gathers the flood of my passion
bearing me forth on its bosom!
Thou hast bewitched me, beloved!

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    Hélène Lindqvist & Philipp Vogler

    Great! :)

  2. Author
    Hélène Lindqvist & Philipp Vogler

    Thanks, Lionel! I’m so happy we can make you happy :)

  3. Lionel Harrison

    Ahh, more Coleridge-Taylor. You make an old man very happy! I like the tempo you take in Thou are Risen, my Beloved. It’s easy to go too fast but you have it just right, in my opinion – the drama comes out so much better at this tempo. Thanks you again.

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