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Phyllis
Paul Laurence Dunbar
PHYLLIS, ah, Phyllis, my life is a gray day, Few are my years, but my griefs are not few, Ever to youth should each day be a May-day, Warm wind and...Rate it:

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Phyllis
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
sólo en fe de que por ti muero. (English) Phyllis, a brush's boldness emboldens my feather-pen:Rate it:

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From: Horace To: Phyllis Subject: Invitation
Franklin P. Adams
IV, Ode 11 "Est mihi nonum superantis annum--" Phyllis, I've a jar of wine, (Alban, B.C. 49) PaRate it:

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Horace to phyllis
Eugene Field
Come, Phyllis, I've a cask of wine That fairly reeks with precious juices, And in your tresses you shall twine The loveliest flowers this vale pr...Rate it:

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Phyllis's Age
Matthew Prior
How old may Phyllis be, you ask, Whose beauty thus all hearts engages? To answer is no easy task; For she has really two ages. Stiff in brocar...Rate it:

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Corydon's Supplication To Phyllis
Nicholas Breton
Sweet Phyllis, if a silly swain May sue to thee for grace, See not thy loving shepherd slain With looking on thy face; But think what power thou ha...Rate it:

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Phyllis Is My Only Joy
Sir Charles Sedley
Phyllis is my only joy, Faithless as the winds or seas; Sometimes coming, sometimes coy, Yet she never fails to please; If with a frown I a...Rate it:

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Phyllis, farewell
Thomas Bateson
Phyllis, farewell, I may no longer live; Yet if I die, fair Phyllis, I forgive. I live too long; come, gentle death and end My endless torment, or ...Rate it:

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To Phyllis
Edmund Waller
Phyllis! why should we delay Pleasures shorter than the day? Can we (which we never can) Stretch our lives beyond their span, Beauty like a sha...Rate it:

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To Phyllis And May
Ellis Parker Butler
O! fair, sweet Phyllis and sweet, fair May, Which of you carried my heart away? Who has my heart? I would like to know Which was the guilty one of ...Rate it:

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A Pastoral Of Phyllis And Corydon
Nicholas Breton
fairest fair That did ever eye behold. It is Phyllis, fair and bright, She that is the shepherds' Rate it:

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The New Year's Gift To Phyllis
Matthew Prior
The circling months begin this day To run their yearly ring, And long-breathed time, which ne'er will stay, Refits his wings and shoots away, I...Rate it:

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Astrophel's Song Of Phyllida And Corydon
Nicholas Breton
shepherds' queen, And Corydon the swain. Fair Phyllis is the shepherds' queen, (Was never such a quRate it:

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A Pastoral Ballad III: Solicitude
William Shenstone
when Paridel tries in the dance Any favour with Phyllis to find, O how, with one trivial glance, Rate it:

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The Knotting Song
Sir Charles Sedley
"Hears not my Phyllis how the birds Their feathered mates salute? They tell their passion in their words: Must I alone be mute?" Phyllis, witho...Rate it:

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A Bridal Measure
Paul Laurence Dunbar
but a gleam to waken In a spirit music-shaken? Phyllis, Phyllis, why be waiting? In the woods the Rate it:

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A Pastoral Ballad I: Absence
William Shenstone
was so watchful as I; -- I have left my dear Phyllis behind. Now I know what it is, to have strovRate it:

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I approach and I withdraw
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
in what's far? From the scorn of Phyllis, now, alas, I must depart. One is indeed unhappy who mRate it:

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Response
Paul Laurence Dunbar
When Phyllis sighs and from her eyes The light dies out; my soul replies With misery of deep-drawn breath, E'en as it were at war with death. When...Rate it:

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A Summer In Tuscany
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
did you own? Harriet and Francis and Horace And Phyllis, a flower half--blown. I liked you more thaRate it:

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The Pastoral, The Elegy, The Ode, And The Epigram
Nicholas Boileau-Despreaux
without care of sound or dress, Strephon and Phyllis into Tom and Bess. 'Twixt these extremes 'tisRate it:

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The Shepheardes Calender: Februarie
Edmund Spenser
thy lasses gloue. Tho wouldest thou pype of Phyllis prayse: But Phyllis is myne for many dayes: Rate it:

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Retort
Paul Laurence Dunbar
smart;' And my heart was in sore distress. Then Phyllis came by, and her face was fair, The light gRate it:

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A Child's Even-Song
Richard Le Gallienne
comes-like father's voice. So Geoffrey, Owen, Phyllis, you Must sleep away till morning too. CloseRate it:

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A Hymn Of Heat
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the sun And dream of duties to be done; While Phyllis my tall beaker fills And Strephon dances on tRate it:

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