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Lenton Communion
Katharine Tynan
Rest in a friend's house, Dear, I pray: The way is long to Good Friday, And very chill and grey the way. No crocus with its shining cup, Nor the g...Rate it:

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The Bugler's First Communion
Gerard Manley Hopkins
A buglar boy from barrack (it is over the hill There)—boy bugler, born, he tells me, of Irish Mother to an English sire (he Shares their best gif...Rate it:

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Visitation And Communion Of The Sick
John Keble
O Youth and Joy, your airy tread Too lightly springs by Sorrow's bed, Your keen eye-glances are too bright, Too restless for a sick man's sight. Fa...Rate it:

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Communion
Paul Laurence Dunbar
In the silence of my heart, I will spend an hour with thee, When my love shall rend apart All the veil of mystery: All that dim and misty veil Tha...Rate it:

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Communion
Edward Dowden
Lord, I have knelt and tried to pray to-night, But Thy love came upon me like a sleep, And all desire died out; upon the deep Of Thy mere lov...Rate it:

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Easter Communion
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Pure fasted faces draw unto this feast: God comes all sweetness to your Lenten lips. You striped in secret with breath-taking whips, Those crooke...Rate it:

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Holy Communion
John Keble
O God of Mercy, God of Might, How should pale sinners bear the sight, If, as Thy power in surely here, Thine open glory should appear? For now Thy...Rate it:

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Holy Communion
Ada Cambridge
Father, for Jesus' sake, Low at the footstool of Thy throne, I pray That Thou, into Thine arms of love, to-day My trembling soul wilt take. Thine ...Rate it:

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Hymn after Receiving Holy Communion
Frederick George Scott
I HAVE Thee now, O Jesu, Enshrined within my soul, In all Thy love and fulness, With power to make me whole. Though cold and so unworthy, 5...Rate it:

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Self Communion
Anne Brontë
'The mist is resting on the hill; The smoke is hanging in the air; The very clouds are standing still: A breathless calm broods everywhere. Thou pi...Rate it:

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The H. Communion
George Herbert
Not in rich furniture, or fine array, Nor in a wedge of gold, Thou, who from me wast sold, To me dost now thy self convey; For so thou should's...Rate it:

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Crowds
Charles Baudelaire
It is not given to every man to take a bath of multitude; enjoying a crowd is an art; and only he can relish a debauch of vitality at the expense o...Rate it:

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Z---------'s Dream
Anne Brontë
I dreamt last night; and in that dream My boyhood's heart was mine again; These latter years did nothing seem With all their mingled joy and pain, ...Rate it:

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A bunch of lilac and a storm of hail
Lesbia Harford
A bunch of lilac and a storm of hail On the same afternoon! Indeed I know Here in the South it always happens so, That lilac is companioned by t...Rate it:

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A Forest Hymn
William Cullen Bryant
The groves were God's first temples. Ere man learned To hew the shaft, and lay the architrave, And spread the roof above them,---ere he framed T...Rate it:

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A Lost Chance
James Brunton Stephens
[It is stated that a shepherd, who had for many years grazed his flocks in a district in which a rich tin-mining town in Queensland now stands, wen...Rate it:

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A New Song to an Old Tune - From Victor Hugo
Robert Fuller Murray
If a pleasant lawn there grow By the showers caressed, Where in all the seasons blow Flowers gaily dressed, Where by handfuls one may win Lilies, w...Rate it:

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Aaron Hatfield
Edgar Lee Masters
Better than granite, Spoon River, Is the memory-picture you keep of me Standing before the pioneer men and women There at Concord Church on Communi...Rate it:

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All-Saints' Day (1868)
Ada Cambridge
Never to weary more, nor suffer sorrow,— Their strife all over, and their work all done: At peace—and only waiting for the morrow; Heaven's rest an...Rate it:

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Arabella Stuart
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
And is not love in vain, Torture enough without a living tomb? Byron Fermossi al fin il cor che balzò tanto. Pindemonte I 'TWAS but a dream!–...Rate it:

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Ave
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Mother of the Fair Delight, Thou handmaid perfect in God's sight, Now sitting fourth beside the Three, Thyself a woman-Trinity,— Being a daughter b...Rate it:

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Barbury Camp
Charles Hamilton Sorley
We burrowed night and day with tools of lead, Heaped the bank up and cast it in a ring And hurled the earth above. And Caesar said, "Why, it is exc...Rate it:

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Bid McCrae
Alice Guerin Crist
The church was wrapped in darkness save for the alter-light, And save where near the marble rail six tapers glimmered bright O’er waxen heavy-scent...Rate it:

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Book Eleventh: France [concluded]
William Wordsworth
FROM that time forth, Authority in France Put on a milder face; Terror had ceased, Yet everything was wanting that might give Courage to them who l...Rate it:

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Book Of Proverbs
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
CALL on the present day and night for nought, Save what by yesterday was brought. ----- THE sea is flowing ever, The land retains it never. ----- B...Rate it:

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