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Homer And Laertes
Walter Savage Landor
years my son Odysseus and the chaste Penelope. Homer: Hither I come to visit thee and sing His wanRate it:

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A Woman homer Sung
William Butler Yeats
so sweetly proud As 'twere upon a cloud, A woman Homer sung, That life and letters seem But an heroRate it:

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Homer
Andrew Lang
Homer, thy song men liken to the sea With all the notes of music in its tone, With tides that wash the dim dominion Of Hades, and light waves that ...Rate it:

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On A Mistake In His Translation Of Homer
William Cowper
have startled even Pope, When he translated Homer. Rate it:

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On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer
John Keats
had I been told That deep-brow'd Homer ruled as his demesne; Yet did I never breaRate it:

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On The Neglect Of Homer
William Cowper
Could Homer come himself, distressed and poor And tune his harp at Rhedicina's door, The rich old vixen would exclaim, (I fear,) 'Begone! no tramp...Rate it:

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Sonnet XI. On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer
John Keats
wide expanse had I been told That deep-brow'd Homer ruled as his demesne; Yet did I never breathe iRate it:

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To John Johnson, On His Presenting Me With An Antique Bust Of Homer
William Cowper
by courtesy. The grief is this, that sunk in Homer's mine, I lose my precious years now soon to faiRate it:

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An Epigram From Homer
William Cowper
Pay me my price, potters! and I will sing. Attend, O Pallas! and with lifted arm Protect their oven; let the cups and all The sacred vessels blac...Rate it:

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THE LAST OF HOMER
ILIAS FOUKIS
Today the season called autumn begins. As the leaves began to fall and me an Old Man my thoughts also began to fall and I would like to speak thi...Rate it:

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Homer Clapp
Edgar Lee Masters
Often Aner Clute at the gate Refused me the parting kiss, Saying we should be engaged before that; And just with a distant clasp of the hand She ba...Rate it:

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Homer's Battle Of The Frogs And Mice. Book II
Thomas Parnell
When rosy-finger'd Morn had ting'd the Clouds, Around their Monarch-Mouse the Nation crouds, Slow rose the Monarch, heav'd his anxious Breast, And ...Rate it:

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Homer's Battle Of The Frogs And Mice. Book III
Thomas Parnell
Now Front to Front the marching Armies shine, Halt e'er they meet, and form the length'ning Line, The Chiefs conspicuous seen, and heard afar, Give...Rate it:

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Homer's Hymn To Castor And Pollux
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Ye wild-eyed Muses, sing the Twins of Jove, Whom the fair-ankled Leda, mixed in love With mighty Saturn’s Heaven-obscuring Child, On Taygetus, that...Rate it:

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Homer's Hymn To Minerva
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I sing the glorious Power with azure eyes, Athenian Pallas! tameless, chaste, and wise, Tritogenia, town-preserving Maid, Revered and mighty; from ...Rate it:

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Homer's Hymn To The Earth: Mother Of All
Percy Bysshe Shelley
O universal Mother, who dost keep From everlasting thy foundations deep, Eldest of things, Great Earth, I sing of thee! All shapes that have their ...Rate it:

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Homer's Hymn To The Moon
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Daughters of Jove, whose voice is melody, Muses, who know and rule all minstrelsy Sing the wide-winged Moon! Around the earth, From her immortal he...Rate it:

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Homer's Hymn To The Sun
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Offspring of Jove, Calliope, once more To the bright Sun, thy hymn of music pour; Whom to the child of star-clad Heaven and Earth Euryphaessa, larg...Rate it:

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Homer's Hymn To Venus
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Muse, sing the deeds of golden Aphrodite, Who wakens with her smile the lulled delight Of sweet desire, taming the eternal kings Of Heaven, and men...Rate it:

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On The Receipt Of A Hamper. (In The Manner Of Homer)
William Cowper
The straw-stuffed hamper with its ruthless steel He open'd, cutting sheer th' inserted cords Which bound the lid and lip secure. Forth came The ru...Rate it:

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Sonnet To Homer
John Keats
Standing aloof in giant ignorance, Of thee I hear and of the Cyclades, As one who sits ashore and longs perchance To visit dolphin-coral in deep se...Rate it:

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The Seventeenth Book Of Homer's Odysseys
George Chapman
... Such speech they chang'd; when in the yard there lay A dog, call'd Argus, which, before his way Assum'd for Ilion, Ulysses bred, Yet s...Rate it:

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The Sixth Book Of Homer's Iliads
George Chapman
... To this great Hector said: "Be well assur'd, wife, all these things in my kind cares are weigh'd, But what a shame and fear it ...Rate it:

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To Homer
John Keats
Standing aloof in giant ignorance, Of thee I hear and of the Cyclades, As one who sits ashore and longs perchance To ...Rate it:

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Homage To Sextus Propertius - V
Ezra Pound
of Thebes in its ancient respectability, nor of Homer's reputation in Pergamus, Nor of Xerxes' two-Rate it:

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