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Sigh On, Sad Heart, for Love's Eclipse
Thomas Hood
Sigh on, sad heart, for Love's eclipse And Beauty's fairest queen, Though 'tis not for my peasant lips To soil her name between: A king might l...Rate it:

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Solar Eclipse
Siegfried Sassoon
Observe these blue solemnities of sky Offering for the academes of after-ages A mythologic welkin freaked with white! Listen : one tiny tinkling r...Rate it:

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At a Lunar Eclipse
Thomas Hardy
Thy shadow, Earth, from Pole to Central Sea, Now steals along upon the Moon's meek shine In even monochrome and curving line Of imperturbable se...Rate it:

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In Eclipse
Edith Nesbit
PALE veil of mist bound round the trees Pale fringe of rain upon the hills, Cold earth, cold sky and biting breeze That mock the withered daffod...Rate it:

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On an Eclipse of the Moon
Walter Savage Landor
Struggling, and faint, and fainter didst thou wane, O Moon! and round thee all thy starry train Came forth to help thee, with half-open eyes, And t...Rate it:

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Le Possédé (The Possessed)
Charles Baudelaire
Le soleil s'est couvert d'un crêpe. Comme lui, Ô Lune de ma vie! emmitoufle-toi d'ombre Dors ou fume à ton gré; sois muette, sois sombre, Et plonge...Rate it:

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Sonnets - Ad Innuptam
Patrick Moloney
I I MAKE not my division of the hours By dials, clocks, or waking birds’ acclaim, Nor measure seasons by the reigning flowers, The spri...Rate it:

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Sonnet. To A Lady Seen For A Few Moments At Vauxhall
John Keats
Time's sea hath been five years at its slow ebb, Long hours have to and fro let creep the sand, Since I was tangled in thy beauty's web, And sna...Rate it:

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Krystal Huffman
His love was the moon. In a world of night, I fixated on a glowing white orb. His attention made me forget the dark. During the day, his affection ...Rate it:

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Mario William Vitale Collective Tapestry II
Mario William Vitale
5/14/18 ( Mario William Vitale Latest Poetry Pieces ) on 5/14/18 I wrote on the topic of the heart and willing to share my poetry to the masses, he...Rate it:

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Angelic Love
George Meredith
Angelic love that stoops with heavenly lips To meet its earthly mate; Heroic love that to its sphere's eclipse Can dare to join its fate With one b...Rate it:

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Harriet Monroe
She heard the children playing in the sun, And through her window saw the white-stemmed trees Sway like a film of silver in the breeze Under the...Rate it:

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If He dissolve—then—there is nothing
Emily Dickinson
If He dissolve—then—there is nothing—more— Eclipse—at Midnight— It was dark—before— Sunset—at Easter— Blindness—on the Dawn— Faint Star of Bethlehe...Rate it:

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A Word for the Hour
John Greenleaf Whittier
The firmament breaks up. In black eclipse Light after light goes out. One evil star, Luridly glaring through the smoke of war, As in the dream of t...Rate it:

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Samson Agonistes (excerpts)
John Milton
[Samson's Opening Speech] A little onward lend thy guiding hand To these dark steps, a little further on; For yonder bank hath choice o...Rate it:

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The Last Supper
Robert William Service
Marie Vaux of the Painted Lips, And the mouth so mocking gay, A wanton you to the finger-tips, Who break men's hearts in play; A thing of dust I ha...Rate it:

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A Madrigal
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Dream days of fond delight and hours As rosy-hued as dawn, are mine. Love's drowsy wine, Brewed from the heart of Passion flowers, Flows softly o'e...Rate it:

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A Monumental Column
John Webster

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A Portrait
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Tell me, ye prim adepts in Scandal’s school, Who rail by precept, and detract by rule, Lives there no character, so tried, so known, So deck’d with...Rate it:

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A Recipe
William Schwenck Gilbert
Take a pair of sparkling eyes, Hidden, ever and anon, In a merciful eclipse - Do not heed their mild surprise - Having passed the Rubicon. Take a p...Rate it:

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A Sign-Seeker
Thomas Hardy
I MARK the months in liveries dank and dry, The day-tides many-shaped and hued; I see the nightfall shades subtrude, And hear th...Rate it:

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A Summer In Tuscany
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Do you remember, Lucy, How, in the days gone by We spent a summer together, A summer in Tuscany, In the chestnut woods by the river, You and the re...Rate it:

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A Word
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
A word came forth in Galilee, a word like to a star; It climbed and rang and blessed and burnt wherever brave hearts are; A word of sudden secret h...Rate it:

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A Youth's Suicide
Rose Hawthorne Lathrop
He handed his life a poisoned draught, With a scornful smile and a cold, cold glance, And the merry bystanders loudly laughed (For the rollicking w...Rate it:

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Abelard and Heloïse
Franklin P. Adams
["There are so many things I want to talk to you about." Abelard probably said to Heloïse, "but how can I when I can only think about kissing you?"...Rate it:

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