A Fugitive and Lurid Gleam

August 10th, 2007

A pen and ink drawing by Edward Gorey from The Iron Tonic, 1969.

A fugitive and lurid gleam

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“A fugitive and lurid gleam | Obliquely gilds the gliding stream” (p11).

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