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Unseasonable Snows
Alfred Austin
The leaves have not yet gone; then why do ye come, O white flakes falling from a dusky cloud? But yesterday my garden-plot was proud With uncut she...Rate it:

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Along the hard crust of deep snows
Anna Akhmatova
Along the hard crust of deep snows, To the secret, white house of yours, So gentle and quiet – we both Are walking, in silence half-lost. And sweet...Rate it:

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I Now, O Friend, Whom Noiselessly The Snows
Robert Louis Stevenson
I NOW, O friend, whom noiselessly the snows Settle around, and whose small chamber grows Dusk as the sloping window takes its load: * * * * * The...Rate it:

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Sonnet XLII: When Winter Snows
Samuel Daniel
When Winter snows upon thy golden hairs, And frost of age hath nipt thy flowers near, When dark shall seem thy day that never clears, And all li...Rate it:

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The Winter Snows
Kurt Philip Behm
Planting words inside my garden, watering them at will Staking memories long forgotten, feelings cold and shrill Row by row the letters plant...Rate it:

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A Child of the Snows
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
There is heard a hymn when the panes are dim, And never before or again, When the nights are strong with a darkness long, And the dark is alive ...Rate it:

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Menses
Edna St. Vincent Millay
(He speaks, but to himself, being aware how it is with her) Think not I have not heard. Well-fanged the double word And well-directed flew. I felt...Rate it:

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Bereavement of the Fields
William Wilfred Campbell
1 Soft fall the February snows, and soft 2 Falls on my heart the snow of wintry pain; 3 For never more, by wood or field or croft, 4 ...Rate it:

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Fiordispina
Percy Bysshe Shelley
The season was the childhood of sweet June, Whose sunny hours from morning until noon Went creeping through the day with silent feet, Each with its...Rate it:

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Ballad Of The Ladies Of Yore
François Villon
Tell me where, in what country, Is Flora the beautiful Roman, Archipiada or Thais Who was first cousin to her once, Echo who speaks when there's a ...Rate it:

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The Ballad of Dead Ladies
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Tell me now in what hidden way is Lady Flora the lovely Roman? Where's Hipparchia, and where is Thais, Neither of them the fairer woman? Where ...Rate it:

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Ballade Against The Jesuits
Andrew Lang
Rome does right well to censure all the vain Talk of Jansenius, and of them who preach That earthly joys are damnable! 'Tis plain We need not charg...Rate it:

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Eclogue
John Donne
ALLOPHANES. UNSEASONABLE man, statue of ice, What could to countries solitude entice Thee, in this year's cold and decrepit time ? Nature's i...Rate it:

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Suffer Little Children, And Forbid Them Not, To Come Unto Me
Charles Lamb
To Jesus our Saviour some parents presented Their children-what fears and what hopes they must feel! When this the disciples would fain have preven...Rate it:

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The Man Forsworn
William Watson
Who draws to-day the unrighteous sword? Behold him stand, the Man Forsworn, The warrior of the faithless word, The pledge disowned, the covenant to...Rate it:

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The Wind(Four fragments concerning Blok)
Boris Pasternak
Who’ll be honoured and praised, who’ll be dead, and abused, that’s only known these days to power’s sycophantic crew. To honour Pushkin or not: pe...Rate it:

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To The Reverend William Bull
William Cowper
My dear friend, If reading verse be your delight, 'Tis mine as much, or more, to write; But what we would, so weak is man, Lies oft remote from wh...Rate it:

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Untimely Love
Mathilde Blind
Peace, throbbing heart, nor let us shed one tear O'er this late love's unseasonable glow; Sweet as a violet blooming in the snow, The posthumous...Rate it:

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Clancy Of The Mounted Police
Robert William Service
In the little Crimson Manual it's written plain and clear That who would wear the scarlet coat shall say good-bye to fear; Shall be a guardian of t...Rate it:

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The Wild Rose And The Snowdrop
George Meredith
The Snowdrop is the prophet of the flowers; It lives and dies upon its bed of snows; And like a thought of spring it comes and goes, Hanging its...Rate it:

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A Man Perishing in the Snow: From Whence Reflections are Raised on the Miseries of Life.
James Thomson
As thus the snows arise; and foul and fierce, All winter drives along the darken'd air; In his own loose-revolving fields, the swain Disaster'd st...Rate it:

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An Ode - Inscribed To The Memory Of The Hon. Colonel George Villiers
Matthew Prior
Say, dearest Villiers, poor departed friend, (Since fleeting life thus suddenly must end) Say, what did all thy busy hopes avail, That anxious tho...Rate it:

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Before the Mirror
Algernon Charles Swinburne
I. WHITE ROSE in red rose-garden Is not so white; Snowdrops that plead for pardon And pine for fright Because the hard East blows Over their maiden...Rate it:

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Come O'er the Sea
Thomas Moore
Come o'er the sea, Maiden with me, Mine through sunshine, storm, and snows; Seasons may roll, But the true soul Burns the same, where'er it go...Rate it:

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Corryong
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The cattle-lands of Corryong, The maiden of the snows (Where silver streams the winter long Sing pleasantly their tinkling song) Not many a town ma...Rate it:

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