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Regret (1846)
Charlotte Brontë
LONG ago I wished to leave ' The house where I was born; ' Long ago I used to grieve, My home seemed so forlorn. In other years, its silent roo...Rate it:

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Monday Night May 11th 1846 / Domestic Peace
Anne Brontë
Why should such gloomy silence reign; And why is all the house so drear, When neither danger, sickness, pain, Nor death, nor want have entered here...Rate it:

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I. M. R. T. Hamilton Bruce (1846-1899)
William Ernest Henley
Out of the night that covers me, Black as the Pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the f...Rate it:

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Regret of one
Stephanie Nix
In the beginning we are born, Knowing that death is the only end we have. We never think daily how we make our bed, That when we torture ourselves...Rate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: Is it, then, regret for buried time
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Is it, then, regret for buried time That keenlier in sweet April wakes, And meets the year, and gives and takes The colours of ...Rate it:

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Regret
Victor Marie Hugo
Yes, Happiness hath left me soon behind! Alas! we all pursue its steps! and when We've sunk to rest within its arms entwined, Like the Phoenician v...Rate it:

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Salvations Regret
Kurt Philip Behm
Forgetting to remember, remembering to forget Old choices escape us, new decisions unmet Forgetting to remember, remembering to forget The...Rate it:

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Regret
Charles Harpur
There's a regret that from my bosom aye Wrings forth a dirgy sweetness, like a rain Of deathward love; that ever in my brain Utter...Rate it:

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Regret
Celia Thaxter
SOFTLY Death touched her and she passed away Out of this glad, bright world she made more fair, Sweet as the apple-blossoms, when in May The orchar...Rate it:

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Regret For The Departure Of Friends
George Moses Horton
As smoke from a volcano soars in the air, The soul of man discontent mounts from a sigh, Exhaled as to heaven in mystical prayer, Invoking that ...Rate it:

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There's a Regret
William Ernest Henley
There's a regret So grinding, so immitigably sad, Remorse thereby feels tolerant, even glad. ... Do you not know it yet? For deeds undone Rnakle a...Rate it:

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Regret
Robert William Service
It's not for laws I've broken That bitter tears I've wept, But solemn vows I've spoken And promises unkept; It's not for sins committed My heart is...Rate it:

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A Regret
Patrick Moloney
O sweet Queen-city of the golden South, Piercing the evening with thy star-lit spires, Thou wert a witness when I kissed the mouth Of her whose ...Rate it:

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Regret
Zane Simon
Finally, I’m at my last of days, I feel like traversing deaths old maze I see through the glass of an old telescope At times like these, it helps ...Rate it:

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Regret
Charlotte Brontë
Long ago I wished to leave " The house where I was born; " Long ago I used to grieve, My home seemed so forlorn. In other years, its silent roo...Rate it:

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The Death Of Regret
Thomas Hardy
I opened my shutter at sunrise, And looked at the hill hard by, And I heartily grieved for the comrade Who wandered up there to die. I let in the ...Rate it:

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The Main Regret
George Meredith
[Written for the Charing Cross Album] I. Seen, too clear and historic within us, our sins of omission Frown when the Autumn days strike us all ru...Rate it:

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Unavailing Regret
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Farewell ! and when the charm of change Has sunk, as all must sink, in shade ; When joy, a wearied bird, begins The wing to droop, the plume to ...Rate it:

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The Prisoner. A Fragment
Emily Jane Brontë
In the dungeon crypts idly did I stray, Reckless of the lives wasting there away; 'Draw the ponderous bars; open, Warder stern!' He dare not say me...Rate it:

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A Commonplace Day
Thomas Hardy
The day is turning ghost, And scuttles from the kalendar in fits and furtively, To join the anonymous host Of those that throng oblivion; ced...Rate it:

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A Song Of Comfort
John McCrae
"Sleep, weary ones, while ye may -- Sleep, oh, sleep!" Eugene Field. Thro' May time blossoms, with whisper ...Rate it:

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Afterwards
Arthur Henry Adams
NOW that our pathways sever here, And mine slopes down across the night, Whence I shall see you burning clear A beacon on the mountain-height...Rate it:

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Le Guignon (Ill-Starred)
Charles Baudelaire
Pour soulever un poids si lourd, Sisyphe, il faudrait ton courage! Bien qu'on ait du coeur à l'ouvrage, L'Art est long et le Temps est court. Loin...Rate it:

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Pleasure XXIV
Khalil Gibran
Then a hermit, who visited the city once a year, came forth and said, "Speak to us of Pleasure." And he answered, saying: Pleasure is a freedom...Rate it:

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At Dawn
Alfred Noyes
O Hesper-Phosphor, far away Shining, the first, the last white star, Hear’st thou the strange, the ghostly cry, That moan of an ancient agony F...Rate it:

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