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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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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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Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
(Español) Lo atrevido de un pincel, Filis, dio a mi pluma alientos: que tan gloriosa desgracia más causa corrió que miedo. Logros de errar por t...Rate it:

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From: Horace To: Phyllis Subject: Invitation
Franklin P. Adams
Horace: Book IV, Ode 11 "Est mihi nonum superantis annum--" Phyllis, I've a jar of wine, (Alban, B.C. 49) Parsley wreathes, and, for your tress...Rate 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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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
On a hill there grows a flower, Fair befall the dainty sweet! By that flower there is a bower, Where the heavenly Muses meet. In that bower there ...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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When Age Comes On
James Whitcomb Riley
When Age comes on!-- 'The deepening dusk is where the dawn Once glittered splendid, and the dew In honey-drips, from red rose-lips Was kissed away ...Rate it:

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The Age of Reason
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Whene'er I read some savage tale Of punishment devised By tyrants in an olden day, When serfs were victimised, I reverently tell myself: 'Thank God...Rate it:

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The Present Age
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Say not the age is hard and cold- I think it brave and grand; When men of diverse sects and creeds Are clasping hand in hand. The Parsee from his ...Rate it:

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The Age Of The Antonines
Herman Melville
While faith forecasts millennial years Spite Europe's embattled lines, Back to the Past one glance be cast-- The Age of the Antonines! O summit of ...Rate it:

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Ballade Of Youth And Age
William Ernest Henley
Spring at her height on a morn at prime, Sails that laugh from a flying squall, Pomp of harmony, rapture of rhyme - Youth is the sign of them, one ...Rate it:

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To Ladies Of A Certain Age
John Trumbull
Ye ancient Maids, who ne'er must prove The early joys of youth and love, Whose names grim Fate (to whom 'twas given, When marriages were made in he...Rate it:

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The Old Age Of Queen Maeve
William Butler Yeats
A certain poet in outlandish clothes Gathered a crowd in some Byzantine lane, Talked1 of his country and its people, sang To some stringed instrume...Rate it:

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The World's Age
Charles Kingsley
Who will say the world is dying? Who will say our prime is past? Sparks from Heaven, within us lying, Flash, and will flash till the last. Fools! w...Rate it:

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This Enlightened Age
Ada Cambridge
I Say it to myself—in meekest awe Of Progress, electricity and steam, Of this almighty age—this liberal age, That has no time to breathe, or think,...Rate it:

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The Age of Aquarius
Mihaela Zaharia
I’m not The prophet But the voice of all the prophets. Oh, you’ve been warned too many times! Are you prepared? The doomsday comes! This is the daw...Rate it:

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Here—now—our age of socialism!...
Boris Pasternak
Here—now—our age of socialism! Here in the thick of life below. Today in the name of things to be Into the future forth we go. Like Georgia shinin...Rate it:

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In The Neolithic Age
Rudyard Kipling
In the Neolithic Age savage warfare did I wage For food and fame and woolly horses' pelt; I was singer to my clan in that dim, red Dawn of Man, A...Rate it:

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On The Busts Of Milton, In Youth And Age, At Stourhead
William Lisle Bowles
IN YOUTH. Milton, our noblest poet, in the grace Of youth, in those fair eyes and clustering hair, That brow untouched by one faint line of care, ...Rate it:

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