There is plenty, then, for the present race of Irish lyrists to do.
But this little group does not, of course, include all the Irish lyrists.
After Homer and Hesiod, among the Greek poets, come the lyrists.
Had we only his minor poems, he would rank as the first of lyrists.
It was not parting that the lyrists sang of; it was the mere simplicity of death.
Posterity has signally reversed the judgment of his contemporaries, and has placed him at the head of the lyrists of his age.
By aid of these funds, lyrists and ballad-writers unable to find publishers would be held on their onward path.
But taking her as the perfectly unanimous conception of the lyrists, how is it she did not discover these things unaided?
The lyrists express an intense and exalted mood of the race in its divine adolescence.
Thus his work, already vastly removed from that of the other lyrists of our time, is seen to be still more isolated.