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Ianthe’s Troubles
Walter Savage Landor
YOUR pleasures spring like daisies in the grass, Cut down and up again as blithe as ever; From you, Ianthe, little troubles pass Like little ripple...Rate it:

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Ianthe! you are call'd to cross the sea!
Walter Savage Landor
Ianthe! you are call'd to cross the sea! A path forbidden me! Remember, while the Sun his blessing sheds Upon the mountain-heads, How often we have...Rate it:

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Ianthe
Walter Savage Landor
From you, Ianthe, little troubles pass Like little ripples down a sunny river; Your pleasures spring like daisies in the grass, Cut down, and up ag...Rate it:

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Soon, O Ianthe! life is o'er
Walter Savage Landor
Soon, O Ianthe! life is o'er, And sooner beauty's heavenly smile: Grant only (and I ask no more), Let love remain that little while. Rate it:

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Ianthe's Question
Walter Savage Landor
‘Do you remember me? or are you proud?’ Lightly advancing thro’ her star-trimm’d crowd, Ianthe said, and look’d into my eyes. ‘A yes, a yes to both...Rate it:

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Crosses And Troubles
William Ernest Henley
Crosses and troubles a-many have proved me. One or two women (God bless them) have loved me. I have worked and dreamed, and I’ve talked at will. Of...Rate it:

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I have seen almost all the possible Troubles in my life
Mirza Ghalib
I have seen almost all the possible Troubles in my life, The last one that I have to face is the Death. Rate it:

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My Troubles
John Boyle O'Reilly
I WROTE down my troubles every day; And after a few short years, When I turned to the heart-aches passed away, I read them with smiles, not tear...Rate it:

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What shall I do when the Summer troubles
Emily Dickinson
What shall I do when the Summer troubles— What, when the Rose is ripe— What when the Eggs fly off in Music From the Maple Keep? What shall I do wh...Rate it:

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Davideis: A Sacred Poem Of The Troubles Of David (excerpt)
Abraham Cowley
BOOK I (excerpt) I sing the man who Judah's sceptre bore In that right hand which held the crook before; Who from best poet, best of ki...Rate it:

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The Troubles of Matthew Mahoney
William Topaz McGonagall
In a little town in Devonshire, in the mellow September moonlight, A gentleman passing along a street saw a pitiful sight, A man bending over the f...Rate it:

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To Ianthe
Walter Savage Landor
YOU smil’d, you spoke, and I believ’d, By every word and smile deceiv’d. Another man would hope no more; Nor hope I what I hop’d before: But let no...Rate it:

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To Ianthe
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I love thee, Baby! for thine own sweet sake; Those azure eyes, that faintly dimpled cheek, Thy tender frame, so eloquently weak, Love in the sterne...Rate it:

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: A Romaunt. Canto I.
George Gordon Lord Byron
To Ianthe: Not in those climes where I have late been straying, Though Beauty long hath there been matchless deem'd; Not in those visions to the h...Rate it:

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Queen Mab: Part I.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
HOW wonderful is Death, Death, and his brother Sleep! One, pale as yonder waning moon With lips of lurid blue; The other, rosy as the morn When thr...Rate it:

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A Morning Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The thrush is in the wattle tree, an', 'O, you pretty dear!' He's callin' to his little wife for all the bush to hear. He's wantin' all the bush to...Rate it:

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Cantico del Sole
Ezra Pound
The thought of what America would be like If the Classics had a wide circulation Troubles my sleep, The thought of what America, The thought...Rate it:

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The Working Monarch
William Schwenck Gilbert
Rising early in the morning, We proceed to light the fire, Then our Majesty adorning In its work-a-day attire, We embark without delay On the dutie...Rate it:

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You know what I mean
John Milton Hayes
I’VE noticed this happen, when everything is black, When I’m down below zero and cannot get back, When I feel like a sort of a National Debt, That ...Rate it:

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Do you Remember me? or are you Proud?
Walter Savage Landor
"Do you remember me? or are you proud?" Lightly advancing thro' her star-trimm'd crowd, Ianthe said, and lookt into my eyes, "A yes, a yes, to both...Rate it:

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Elegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit
William Shenstone
When genius, graced with lineal splendour, glows, When title shines, with ambient virtues crown'd, Like some fair almond's flowery pomp it shows, T...Rate it:

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Thou Hast Not Raised
Walter Savage Landor
Thou hast not rais'd, Ianthe, such desire In any breast as thou hast rais'd in mine. No wandering meteor now, no marshy fire, Leads on my steps, bu...Rate it:

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Well I Remember How You Smiled
Walter Savage Landor
Well I remember how you smiled To see me write your name upon The soft sea-sand . . . "O! what a child! You think you're writing upon stone!" I ha...Rate it:

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A Slight Misunderstanding at the Jasper Gate
Henry Lawson
Oh, do you hear the argument, far up above the skies? The voice of old Saint Peter, in expostulation rise? Growing shrill, and ever shriller, at th...Rate it:

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An Orator’s Complaint
Robert Fuller Murray
How many the troubles that wait On mortals!—especially those Who endeavour in eloquent prose To expound their views, and orate. Did you ever attem...Rate it:

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