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Cuchulain Comforted
William Butler Yeats
A MAN that had six mortal wounds, a man Violent and famous, strode among the dead; Eyes stared out of the branches and were gone. Then certain Shr...Rate it:

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Cuchulain's Fight with the Sea
William Butler Yeats
A man came slowly from the setting sun, To Emer, raddling raiment in her dun, And said, "I am that swineherd whom you bid Go watch the road between...Rate it:

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The Folly Of Being Comforted
William Butler Yeats
ONE that is ever kind said yesterday: 'Your well-beloved's hair has threads of grey, And little shadows come about her eyes; Time can but make it e...Rate it:

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To The Afflicted, Tossed With Tempests And Not Comforted
John Newton
Pensive, doubting, fearful heart, Hear what Christ the Saviour says; Every word should joy impart, Change thy mourning into praise: Yes, he speaks,...Rate it:

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To Heavy Hearts
Katharine Lee Bates
HEAVY hearts, your jubilee Droops about the Christmas Tree. Sudden sighs cut off the laughter, For a haunting pain comes after All your gallant gle...Rate it:

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Alternative Song For The Severd head In "The King Of The Great Clock Tower"
William Butler Yeats
SADDLE and ride, I heard a man say, Out of Ben Bulben and Knocknarea, i{What says the Clock in the Great Clock Tower?} All those tragic characters ...Rate it:

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Crazy Jane On The Mountain
William Butler Yeats
I AM tired of cursing the Bishop, (Said Crazy Jane) Nine books or nine hats Would not make him a man. I have found something worse To meditate on. ...Rate it:

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The Circus Animals' Desertion
William Butler Yeats
I I sought a theme and sought for it in vain, I sought it daily for six weeks or so. Maybe at last, being but a broken man, I must be satisfied wi...Rate it:

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The Statues
William Butler Yeats
PYTHAGORAS planned it. Why did the people stare? His numbers, though they moved or seemed to move In marble or in bronze, lacked character. But bo...Rate it:

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To The Rose Upon The Rood Of Time
William Butler Yeats
Red Rose, proud Rose, sad Rose of all my days! Come near me, while I sing the ancient ways: Cuchulain battling with the bitter tide; The Druid, gre...Rate it:

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Victory
Clive Staples Lewis
Roland is dead, Cuchulain's crest is low, The battered war-rear wastes and turns to rust, And Helen's eyes and Iseult's lips are dust And dust the ...Rate it:

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After Ascension
Katharine Tynan
Those twelve years from Ascension Until the day of meeting broke, She was not so much all alone As it might seem to common folk, Because no day pas...Rate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XLIX
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
I will not tell the secrets of that place. When Madame Blanche returned to us again I was kneeling there, while Esther kissed my face And dried and...Rate it:

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The Princess (part 5)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Now, scarce three paces measured from the mound, We stumbled on a stationary voice, And 'Stand, who goes?' 'Two from the palace' I. 'The second...Rate it:

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The Sorcerer: Act I
William Schwenck Gilbert
DRAMATIS PERSONAE Sir Marmaduke Pointdextre, an Elderly Baronet Alexis, of the Grenadier Guards--His Son Dr. Daly, Vicar of Ploverleigh John We...Rate it:

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Good-Bye, Little Cabin
Robert William Service
O dear little cabin, I've loved you so long, And now I must bid you good-bye! I've filled you with laughter, I've thrilled you with song, And somet...Rate it:

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I need you
Joe
When your not around I feel lost and not centered Then I find my way home And I'm breathing again Safe and comfortedRate it:

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The Mound by the Lake
Herman Melville
The grass shall never forget this grave. When homeward footing it in the sun After the weary ride by rail, The stripling soldiers passed her door, ...Rate it:

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Haunted
Edith Nesbit
THE house is haunted; when the little feet Go pattering about it in their play, I tremble lest the little one should meet The ghosts that haunt ...Rate it:

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Arbor Amoris
Fran├žois Villon
I have a tree, a graft of Love, That in my heart has taken root; Sad are the buds and blooms thereof, And bitter sorrow is its fruit; Yet, sinc...Rate it:

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A Greek Girl
Amy Levy
I may not weep, not weep, and he is dead. A weary, weary weight of tears unshed Through the long day in my sad heart I bear; The horrid sun with al...Rate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XXXIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
So I, I am ashamed of my old life, Here in this saintly presence of days gone, Ashamed of my weak heart's unmeaning strife, Its loves, its lusts, i...Rate it:

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A Shadow
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I said unto myself, if I were dead, What would befall these children? What would be Their fate, who now are looking up to me For help and furtheran...Rate it:

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A Song Of Suicide
Robert William Service
Deeming that I were better dead, "How shall I kill myself?" I said. Thus mooning by the river Seine I sought extinction without pain, When on a bri...Rate it:

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A Wish
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
The days drag on, each moment multiplies Within my wounded heart the pain and sadness Of an unhappy love and, dark, gives rise. To sleepless dreams...Rate it:

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