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Isolation : A Fragment
Isaac Rosenberg
My Maker shunneth me : Even as a wretch stricken with leprosy, So hold I pestilent supremacy. Yea! He Instil fled far as the uttermost star, Beyond...Rate it:

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Isolation: To Marguerite
Matthew Arnold
We were apart; yet, day by day, I bade my heart more constant be. I bade it keep the world away, And grow a home for only thee; Nor fear'd but thy ...Rate it:

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Isolation
Frederick George Scott
THERE'S a lonely spot in the soul of man, More lone than the moonless sea; And a gulf, that never a bridge can span, 'Tween him and all tha...Rate it:

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Isolation
Edward Booth Loughran
Man lives alone; star-like, each soul In its own orbit circles ever; Myriads may by or round it roll -- The ways may meet, but mingle neve...Rate it:

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Isolation.
Robert Crawford
He came by unknown ways, and stood At evening in the fading wood, Which when the glowing hills were gone Would as in a dream murmur on, As he besid...Rate it:

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A Fragment Of Consumption
Nikhil Parekh
Unbaked flabby chunks of dough, With loosely sprawled fine powder, Molded into round lumps of bulky wheatmeal, An unyielding deodorant in its pr...Rate it:

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Fragment
Harry Crosby
Moon of leaves, Moon of the falling leaves, To you I bring the slippers of the sun. That you may dance upon the floor of sun, My lady carries sun w...Rate it:

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Fragment
Anne Brontë
Yes I will take a cheerful tone And feign to share their heartless glee, But I would rather weep alone Than laugh amid their revelry. Rate it:

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Fragment: Is It That In Some Brighter Sphere
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Is it that in some brighter sphere We part from friends we meet with here? Or do we see the Future pass Over the Present’s dusky glass? Or what is ...Rate it:

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Upon Honour. A Fragment.
Matthew Prior
Honour, I say, or honest Fame, I mean the substance, not the name; (Not that light heap of tawdry wares, Ermin, Coronets, and Stars, Which ofte...Rate it:

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A Fragment: To Music
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Silver key of the fountain of tears, Where the spirit drinks till the brain is wild; Softest grave of a thousand fears, Where their mother, Care, l...Rate it:

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(Fragment 2) I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish Than if 'twere Truth. It has been often so: Must I die under it? Is no one near? Will no one hear t...Rate it:

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A Dramatic Fragment
Charles Lamb
'Fie upon't! All men are false, I think. The date of love Is out, expired, its stories all grown stale, O'erpast, forgotten, like an antique tale O...Rate it:

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A Fragment
Anne Brontë
'Maiden, thou wert thoughtless once Of beauty or of grace, Simple and homely in attire Careless of form and face. Then whence this change, ...Rate it:

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A Fragment
Alfred Austin
Should fickle hands in far-off days No longer stroke thy hair, And lips that once were proud to praise Forget to call thee fair, Sigh but my name, ...Rate it:

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A Fragment
Thomas Love Peacock
Nay, deem me not insensible, Cesario, To female charms; nor think this heart of mine Is cas'd in adamant; because, forsooth, I cannot ogle, and hyp...Rate it:

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A Fragment
Adam Lindsay Gordon
They say that poison-sprinkled flowers Are sweeter in perfume Than when, untouched by deadly dew, They glowed in early bloom. They say that men co...Rate it:

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A Fragment of Seneca Translated
Lord John Wilmot
After Death nothing is, and nothing, death, The utmost limit of a gasp of breath. Let the ambitious zealot lay aside His hopes of heaven, whose fai...Rate it:

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A Fragment: When, To Their Airy Hall
George Gordon Lord Byron
When, to their airy hall, my father's voice Shall call my spirit, joyful in their choice; When, poised upon the gale, my form shall ride, Or, dark ...Rate it:

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A Tennyson Fragment
Robert Fuller Murray
So in the village inn the poet dwelt. His honey-dew was gone; only the pouch, His cousin's work, her empty labour, left. But still he sniffed it, s...Rate it:

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Another Fragment to Music
Percy Bysshe Shelley
No, Music, thou art not the 'food of Love.' Unless Love feeds upon its own sweet self, Till it becomes all Music murmurs of. Rate it:

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Antaeus: [A Fragment]
Wilfred Owen
So neck to stubborn neck, and obstinate knee to knee, Wrestled those two; and peerless Heracles Could not prevail, nor get at any vantage… So those...Rate it:

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As some vast Tropic tree, itself a wood (fragment)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
As some vast Tropic tree, itself a wood, That crests its Head with clouds, beneath the flood Feeds its deep roots, and with the bulging flan...Rate it:

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Calidore: A Fragment
John Keats
Young Calidore is paddling o'er the lake; His healthful spirit eager and awake To feel the beauty of a silent eve, Which seem'd full loath this ...Rate it:

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Come, come thou bleak December wind (fragment)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Come, come thou bleak December wind, And blow the dry leaves from the tree! Flash, like a Love-thought, thro' me, Death And take a Life t...Rate it:

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