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Eighteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
It is so--ope thine eyes, and see - What viewest thou all around? A desert, where iniquity And knowledge both abound. In the waste howling wil...Rate it:

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Fifth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
"The livelong night we've toiled in vain, But at Thy gracious word I will let down the net again:- Do Thou Thy will, O Lord!" So spake the wea...Rate it:

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Ninth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
In troublous days of anguish and rebuke, While sadly round them Israel's children look, And their eyes fail for waiting on their Lord: While unde...Rate it:

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Eight Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Prophet of God, arise and take With thee the words of wrath divine, The scourge of Heaven, to shake O'er yon apostate shrine. Where Angels dow...Rate it:

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Eleventh Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Is this a time to plant and build, Add house to house, and field to field, When round our walls the battle lowers, When mines are hid beneath our t...Rate it:

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Fifteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Sweet nurslings of the vernal skies, Bathed in soft airs, and fed with dew, What more than magic in you lies, To fill the heart's fond view? In...Rate it:

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First Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Where is the land with milk and honey flowing, The promise of our God, our fancy's theme? Here over shattered walls dank weeds are growing, And...Rate it:

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Fourteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Ten cleansed, and only one remain! Who would have thought our nature's stain Was dyed so foul, so deep in grain? E'en He who reads the heart - Kn...Rate it:

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Fourth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
It was not then a poet's dream, An idle vaunt of song, Such as beneath the moon's soft gleam On vacant fancies throng; Which bids us see in he...Rate it:

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Nineteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
When Persecution's torrent blaze Wraps the unshrinking Martyr's head; When fade all earthly flowers and bays, When summer friends are gone and ...Rate it:

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Second Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
The clouds that wrap the setting sun When Autumn's softest gleams are ending, Where all bright hues together run In sweet confusion blending: ...Rate it:

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Seventeenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Stately thy walls, and holy are the prayers Which day and night before thine altars rise: Not statelier, towering o'er her marble stairs, Flash...Rate it:

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Seventh Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Go not away, thou weary soul: Heaven has in store a precious dole Here on Bethsaida's cold and darksome height, Where over rocks and sands aris...Rate it:

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Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Wish not, dear friends, my pain away - Wish me a wise and thankful heart, With GOD, in all my griefs, to stay, Nor from His loved correction st...Rate it:

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Sixth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
When bitter thoughts, of conscience born, With sinners wake at morn, When from our restless couch we start, With fevered lips and withered...Rate it:

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Tenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Why doth my Saviour weep At sight of Sion's bowers? Shows it not fair from yonder steep, Her gorgeous crown of towers? Mark well His holy pains...Rate it:

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Third Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
O hateful spell of Sin! when friends are nigh, To make stern Memory tell her tale unsought, And raise accusing shades of hours gone by, To come...Rate it:

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Thirteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
On Sinai's top, in prayer and trance, Full forty nights and forty days The Prophet watched for one dear glance Of thee and of Thy ways: Fastin...Rate it:

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Twelfth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
The Son of God in doing good Was fain to look to Heaven and sigh: And shall the heirs of sinful blood Seek joy unmixed in charity? God will not...Rate it:

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Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
The bright-haired morn is glowing O'er emerald meadows gay, With many a clear gem strewing The early shepherd's way. Ye gentle elves, by Fancy ...Rate it:

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Twenty-First Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
The morning mist is cleared away, Yet still the face of Heaven is grey, Nor yet this autumnal breeze has stirred the grove, Faded yet full, a p...Rate it:

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Twenty-Fourth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Why should we faint and fear to live alone, Since all alone, so Heaven has willed, we die, Nor e'en the tenderest heart, and next our own, Know...Rate it:

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Twenty-Third Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Red o'er the forest peers the setting sun, The line of yellow light dies fast away That crowned the eastern copse: and chill and dun Falls on ...Rate it:

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Fifth Sunday After Easter - Rogation Sunday
John Keble
Now is there solemn pause in earth and heaven; The Conqueror now His bonds hath riven, And Angels wonder why He stays below: Yet hath n...Rate it:

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A Literature Lesson. Sir Patrick Spens in the Eighteenth Century Manner
Sir Walter Raleigh
VERSE I In a famed town of Caledonia's land, A prosperous port contiguous to the strand, A monarch feasted in right royal state; ...Rate it:

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