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A Reasonable Affliction
Matthew Prior
On his death-bed poor Lubin lies: His spouse is in despair: With frequent sobs, and mutual cries, They both express their care. A different ca...Rate it:

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Affliction
George Herbert
When thou didst entice to thee my heart, I thought the service brave: So many joys I writ down for my part, Besides what I might have Out of my ...Rate it:

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Affliction (II)
George Herbert
Kill me not ev'ry day, Thou Lord of life, since thy one death for me Is more than all my deaths can be, Though I in broken pay Die over each hour...Rate it:

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Affliction (III)
George Herbert
My heart did heave, and there came forth, 'O God'! By that I knew that thou wast in the grief, To guide and govern it to my relief, Making a sce...Rate it:

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Affliction (IV)
George Herbert
Broken in pieces all asunder, Lord, hunt me not, A thing forgot, Once a poor creature, now a wonder, A wonder tortur'd in the space Betwixt thi...Rate it:

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The Affliction (I)
George Herbert
When first thou didst entice to thee my heart, I thought the service brave; So many joys I writ down for my part, Besides what ...Rate it:

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The Affliction Of Richard
Robert Seymour Bridges
Love not too much. But how, When thou hast made me such, And dost thy gifts bestow, How can I love too much? Though I must fear to lose, And d...Rate it:

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The Shrubbery, Written in a Time of Affliction
William Cowper
Oh happy shades--to me unblest! Friendly to peace, but not to me! How ill the scene that offers rest, And heart that cannot rest, agre...Rate it:

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For whom the Bell Tolls
John Donne
PERCHANCE he for whom this bell tolls may be so ill, as that he knows not it tolls for him; and perchance I may think myself so much be...Rate it:

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A nearness to Tremendousness
Emily Dickinson
A nearness to Tremendousness— An Agony procures— Affliction ranges Boundlessness— Vicinity to Laws Contentment's quiet Suburb— Affliction cannot s...Rate it:

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Couplet
Amir Khusro
Oh Khusrau, the river of love runs in strange directions. One who jumps into it drowns, and one who drowns, gets across. 1 The creaking of the ch...Rate it:

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Epitaph On A Beloved Friend
George Gordon Lord Byron
Oh, Friend! for ever loved, for ever dear! What fruitless tears have bathed thy honour'd bier! What sighs re'echo'd to thy parting breath, Wilst th...Rate it:

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Ode to Borrowdale
Amelia Opie
IN CUMBERLAND. Hail , Derwent's beauteous pride! Whose charms rough rocks in threatening grandeur guard, Whose entrance seems to mortals b...Rate it:

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Keep Up Your Promise
Mirabai
Take my arm and keep up your promise! They call you the refugeless refuge, they call you redeemer of outcasts. Caught in a riptide in the sea ...Rate it:

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Despair's advantage is achieved
Emily Dickinson
Despair's advantage is achieved By suffering—Despair— To be assisted of Reverse One must Reverse have bore— The Worthiness of Suffering like The W...Rate it:

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Memories
Catria Kirby
Struggling to suppress the affliction of recollections of being with you. The anguished filled days awaiting your every move. Hoping that I would b...Rate it:

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A Character
William Wordsworth
I marvel how Nature could ever find space For so many strange contrasts in one human face: There's thought and no thought, and there's paleness a...Rate it:

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A True Man
Nikhil Parekh
A true farmer is the one who never forgets his fields; the soil in which his rudiments lie firmly embedded; even in times of uncouth dryness and ar...Rate it:

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A Dilemma
Ambrose Bierce
Filled with a zeal to serve my fellow men, For years I criticised their prose and verges: Pointed out all their blunders of the pen, Their shallown...Rate it:

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A Heart Palpitating With Mine
Nikhil Parekh
I have never seen eyes more mesmerizing than yours; the majestic seduction with which they fluttered under brilliant sunlight, I have never seen ...Rate it:

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A Hymn For Christmas Morning
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
IT is the Christmas time: And up and down 'twixt heaven and earth, In glorious grief and solemn mirth, The shining angels climb. And unto ever...Rate it:

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A Song For Soldiers
John Boyle O'Reilly
WHAT song is best for the soldiers? Take no heed of the words, nor choose yon the style of the story; Let it burst out from the heart like a sprin...Rate it:

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Afar Off
Ada Cambridge
1. Is it a will o' the wisp, or is dawn breaking, That our horizon wears so strange a hue? Is it but one more dream, or are we waking To find at l...Rate it:

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Ainsi Va le Monde
Mary Darby Robinson
[As a Tribute of Esteem and Admiration this Poem is inscribed to ROBERT MERRY, Esq. A. M. Member of the Royal Academy at Florence, and Author of th...Rate it:

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An Address to Poetry
Helen Maria Williams
I. While envious crowds the summit view, Where Danger with Ambition strays; Or far, with anxious step, pursue Pale Av'rice, thro' his winding way...Rate it:

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