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- Adelaide Crapsey was an American poet. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she was raised in Rochester, New York, daughter of Adelaide T. Crapsey and Episcopal priest Algernon Sidney Crapsey, who had been transferred from New York City to Rochester.
- Adelaide Crapsey a.k.a. Adelaide T. Crapsey: Adelaide Trowbridge Crapsey was the wife of American Episcopal priest and social reformer Algernon Sidney Crapsey and mother of American poet Adelaide Crapsey.
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by Joseph T Shipley,
poet Adelaide Crapsey (1878–1914). It consists of five iambic lines containing respectively two, ...
by Neil Butterworth
Six Songsto poemsby Adelaide Crapsey (1924–28), and Notations ona Sensitized Plate forvoice, clarinet, string quartet,and piano (1935). KESSNER, DANIEL ...
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Quotes about Adelaide Crapsey
Oh Lady, let the sad tears fall
To speak thy pain,
Gently as through the silver dusk
The silver rain.
Oh, let thy bosom breathe its grief
In such soft sigh
As hath the wind in gardens where
Pale roses die. (Adelaide Crapsey)
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