Irám indeed is gone with all its Rose

Edmund J. Sullivan


Photographic reproduction of pen and ink drawing

This illustration originally appeared in Fitzgerald's Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam and is here reproduced from Thorpe's E. J. Sullivan, p. 69.

Irám indeed is gone with all its Rose,
And Jamshýd's Sev'n-ring'd Cup
        where no one knows;
But still the Vine her ancient Ruby
And still a Garden by the Water blows.

Scanned image and text by George P. Landow

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