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Eros Turannos
Edwin Arlington Robinson
She fears him, and will always ask What fated her to choose him; She meets in his engaging mask All reason to refuse him. But what she meets an...Rate it:

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A Eros (To Eros)
Alfonsina Storni
HE AQUI que te cacé por el pescuezo a la orilla del mar, mientras movías las flechas de tu aljaba para herirme y vi en el suelo tu floreal corona. ...Rate it:

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Eros
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Eros, from rest in isles far-famed, With rising Anthesterion rose, And all Hellenic heights acclaimed Eros. The sea one pearl, the shore one ros...Rate it:

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Aperotos Eros
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Strong as death, and cruel as the grave, Clothed with cloud and tempest's blackening breath, Known of death's dread self, whom none outbrave, Str...Rate it:

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Eros
Robert Seymour Bridges
Why hast thou nothing in thy face? Thou idol of the human race, Thou tyrant of the human heart, The flower of lovely youth that art; Yea, and t...Rate it:

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Eros
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The sense of the world is short, - Long and various the report, - To love and be beloved; Men and gods have not outlearned it; And, how oft soe'er ...Rate it:

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Eros
Coventry Patmore
Bright thro' the valley gallops the brooklet; Over the welkin travels the cloud; Touch'd by the zephyr, dances the harebell; Cuckoo sits somewhere,...Rate it:

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The Unknown Eros
Coventry Patmore
Proem ‘Many speak wisely, some inerrably: Witness the beast who talk'd that should have bray'd, And Caiaphas that said Expedient 'twas for all tha...Rate it:

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The Unknown Eros. Book I.
Coventry Patmore
I Saint Valentine’s Day Well dost thou, Love, thy solemn Feast to hold In vestal February; Not rather choosing out some rosy day From the rich cor...Rate it:

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The Web Of Eros
Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
Within your magic web of hair, lies furled The fire and splendour of the ancient world; The dire gold of the comet's wind-blown hair; The songs tha...Rate it:

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Assumpta Maria
Francis Thompson
Mortals, that behold a Woman, Rising 'twixt the Moon and Sun; Who am I the heavens assume? an All am I, and I am one. Multitudinous ascend I, Drea...Rate it:

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Two Idylls From Bion The Smyrnean
Eugene Field
I Once a fowler, young and artless, To the quiet greenwood came; Full of skill was he and heartless In pursuit of feathered game. And betimes he c...Rate it:

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Plegaria
Delmira Agustini
Spanish –Eros: acaso no sentiste nunca Piedad de las estatuas? Se dirían crisálidas de piedra De yo no sé qué formidable raza En una eter...Rate it:

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A Lament
Franklin P. Adams
Horace: Book II, Elegy 8 "Eripitur nobis iam pridem cara puella---" While she I loved is being torn From arms that held her many years, Dost th...Rate it:

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An Athenian Reverie
Archibald Lampman
How the returning days, one after one, Came ever in their rhythmic round, unchanged, Yet from each looped robe for every man Some new thing falls. ...Rate it:

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At the Café Door
Constantine P. Cavafy
Something they said beside me made me look toward the café door, and I saw that lovely body which seemed as though Eros in his mastery had fashione...Rate it:

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Ballade of my Lady's Beauty
Joyce Kilmer
Squire Adam had two wives, they say, Two wives had he, for his delight, He kissed and clypt them all the day And clypt and kissed them all...Rate it:

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Beauty
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Was never form and never face So sweet to SEYD as only grace Which did not slumber like a stone, But hovered gleaming and was gone. Beauty chased h...Rate it:

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Dithyramb
Friedrich Schiller
Believe me, together The bright gods come ever, Still as of old; Scarce see I Bacchus, the giver of joy, Than comes...Rate it:

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Epigrams
William Watson
'Tis human fortune's happiest height to be A spirit melodious, lucid, poised, and whole; Second in order of felicity I hold it, to have walk'd with...Rate it:

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From “Myrtis”
Walter Savage Landor
FRIENDS, whom she look’d at blandly from her couch And her white wrist above it, gem-bedew’d, Were arguing with Pentheusa: she had heard Report of ...Rate it:

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He Had Planned To Read
Constantine P. Cavafy
He had planned to read. Two or three books lie open, books by historians, by poets. But he read for barely ten minutes, then gave it up, falling ha...Rate it:

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Hermotimus
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
I. 'Wilt not lay thee down in quiet slumber? Weary dost thou seem, and ill at rest; Sleep will bring thee dreams in starry number- Let him come to...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander
Friedrich Schiller
See you the towers, that, gray and old, Frown through the sunlight's liquid gold, Steep sternly fronting steep? The Hellespont beneath them swells...Rate it:

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La victoire
Guillaume Apollinaire
Un coq chante je rêve et les feuillards agitent Leurs feuilles qui ressemblent à de pauvres marins Ailés et tournoyants comme Icare le fau...Rate it:

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