Sidney Lanier (February 3, 1842 – September 7, 1881) was an American musician and poet.
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... Sidney Lanier Cottage, the birthplace of Lanier, in Macon, Georgia Piers Anthony used Lanier, his life, and his poetry in his science-fiction novel ...
... Sidney Lanier High School first opened in 1915 as McKinley Elementary School ... In 1923, McKinley was renamed Sidney Lanier in accordance with the District's practice of naming the junior schools after American authors ... Lanier became a junior-senior high school in 1929 until 1969 when Tafolla Middle School opened ...
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... The Sidney Lanier Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the Brunswick River in Brunswick, Georgia, carrying four lanes of U.S ... It was named for poet Sidney Lanier ...
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“But oh, not the hills of Habersham,
And oh, not the valleys of Hall
Avail: I am fain for to water the plain.
Downward, the voices of Duty call
Downward, to toil and be mixed with the main,
The dry fields burn, and the mills are to turn,
And a myriad flowers mortally yearn,
And the lordly main from beyond the plain
Calls oer the hills of Habersham,
Calls through the valleys of Hall.”
—Sidney Lanier (18421881)
“That busy archer his sharp arrows tries?”
—Sir Philip Sidney (15541586)