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Entering Carmel
Liam Ó Comáin
with a Person Whose presence was apparent… Entering Carmel I praised God For calling me to the MouRate it:

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From The Fields Of Crop To The Mount Of Carmel.
Liam Ó Comáin
A young farm labourer’s daughter Trained well for farming work Until in her late teens she Decided to follow Christ. After some priestly discussion...Rate it:

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From The Soil To Carmel.
Liam Ó Comáin
(In memory of my late sister, Mary, who when young we referred to as ‘Cutty’. Of course my sister is not the subject of the verse.) A young farm...Rate it:

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Carmel Point
Robinson Jeffers
The extraordinary patience of things! This beautiful place defaced with a crop of surburban houses- How beautiful when we first beheld it, Unbroke...Rate it:

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At Carmel Highlands
Janet Lewis
Below the gardens and the darkening pines The living water sinks among the stones, Sinking yet foaming till the snowy tones Merge with the fog d...Rate it:

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Entering The New Millennium
Nikhil Parekh
High pulsating music in country discotheque, youngsters moving to vibrant beats of sound, streets decorated with piercing sodium light, shops fl...Rate it:

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On Entering Switzerland
William Lisle Bowles
Languid, and sad, and slow, from day to day I journey on, yet pensive turn to view (Where the rich landscape gleams with softer hue) The streams an...Rate it:

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On First Entering Westminster Abbey
Louise Imogen Guiney
Thabor of England! since my light is short And faint, O rather by the sun anew Of timeless passion set my dial true, That with thy saints and th...Rate it:

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Sonnet LXXVI. To A Young Man Entering The World
Charlotte Smith
GO now, ingenious youth!--The trying hour Is come: The world demands that thou shouldst go To active life: There titles, wealth, and power, May all...Rate it:

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Strolling With Teresa And John
Liam Comáin
As St. Teresa wrote or said: ‘God alone suffices…’ Thus, the Carmelite Way is a journey ‘Into’ Our Creator, Which implies moving away from selfish ...Rate it:

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The Unloved
Arthur Symons
These are the women whom no man has loved. Year after year, day after day has moved. These hearts with many longings, and with tears, And with cont...Rate it:

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Proud Music Of The Storm
Walt Whitman
PROUD music of the storm! Blast that careers so free, whistling across the prairies! Strong hum of forest tree-tops! Wind of the mountain...Rate it:

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The Sheep In The Ruins
Archibald MacLeish
for Learned and Augustus Hand You, my friends, and you strangers, all of you, Stand with me a little by the walls Or where the walls once were. ...Rate it:

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Roan Stallion
Robinson Jeffers
The dog barked; then the woman stood in the doorway, and hearing iron strike stone down the steep road Covered her head with a black shawl and ente...Rate it:

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Apology For Bad Dreams
Robinson Jeffers
I In the purple light, heavy with redwood, the slopes drop seaward, Headlong convexities of forest, drawn in together to the steep ravine. Below, o...Rate it:

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Begin The Begun
Mario William Vitale
In the beginning of time We sought out a rhyme that would make things begin to shine Each of us has been given a real talent to discover We all mus...Rate it:

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Birds
Robinson Jeffers
The fierce musical cries of a couple of sparrowhawks hunting on the headland, Hovering and darting, their heads northwestward, Prick like silver ar...Rate it:

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Carmelite
Ambrose Bierce
As Death was a-riding out one day, Across Mount Carmel he took his way, Where he met a mendicant monk, Some three or four quarters drunk, With a ho...Rate it:

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I OFFER YOU ALL A BASKET OF TRUTH
Liam Comáin
~~~ From toiling in the glen of reasoning and on The hill of revelation I offer a basket of fruit Which will answer a question relating to Truth ...Rate it:

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Manasseh
Henry Kendall
Manasseh, lord of Judah, and the son Of him who, favoured of Jehovah, saw At midnight, when the skies were flushed with fire, The splendid mystery ...Rate it:

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St. John Baptist's Day
John Keble
Twice in her season of decay The fallen Church hath felt Elijah's eye Dart from the wild its piercing ray: Not keener burns, in the chill morn...Rate it:

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Storm On Lake Asquam
John Greenleaf Whittier
A cloud, like that the old-time Hebrew saw On Carmel prophesying rain, began To lift itself o'er wooded Cardigan, Growing and blackening. Suddenly,...Rate it:

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THE BASKET OF TRUTH
Liam Ó Comáin
From toiling in the glen of reasoning and on The hill of revelation I offer a basket of fruit Which will answer a question relating to the Concep...Rate it:

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The Messiah : A Sacred Eclogue
Alexander Pope
Ye nymphs of Solyma! begin the song, To heavenly themes sublimer strains belong. The mossy fountains, and the sylvan shades, The dreams of Pindus, ...Rate it:

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The Pilgrim
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Vain folly of another age, This wandering over earth, To find the peace by some dark sin Banish'd our household hearth. On Lebanon the dark green ...Rate it:

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