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Hero And Leander: The Second Sestiad
Christopher Marlowe
this, sad Hero, with love unacquainted, Viewing Leander's face, fell down and fainted. He kissed heRate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Fourth Sestiad
George Chapman
Now from Leander's place she rose, and found Her hair and rent robe scatter'd on the ground; Which taking up, she every piece did lay Upon an altar...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Sixth Sestiad
George Chapman
stern battle of the seas might cease, And guard Leander to his love in peace. The Fates consent;--aRate it:

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Hero and Leander: The First Sestiad
Christopher Marlowe
time hath half the world been black. Amorous Leander, beautiful and young, (whose tragedy divine MuRate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Third Sestiad
George Chapman
sovereign of heaven's golden fires, And young Leander, lord of his desires, Together from their lovRate it:

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Hero And Leander
Friedrich Schiller
Rend love from love asunder! In Hero's, in Leander's heart, Thrills the sweet anguish of the dart Rate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Fifth Sestiad
George Chapman
Hero weary of the day, Thought an Olympiad in Leander's stay. Sol and the soft-foot Hours hung on hRate it:

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Sonnet. On A Picture Of Leander
John Keats
bewilder'd 'mid the dreary sea. 'Tis young Leander toiling to his death. Nigh swooning he doth puRate it:

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Hero and Leander
Christopher Marlowe
It lies not in our power to love or hate, For will in us is over-rul'd by fate. hen two are stript long ere the course begin, We wish that one shou...Rate it:

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Hero and Leander
John Donne
Both robb'd of air, we both lie in one ground ; Both whom one fire had burnt, one water drown'd Rate it:

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A poem, on the rising glory of America
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
LEANDER. No more of Memphis and her mighty kings, Or Alexandria, where the Ptolomies. Taught golden commerce to unfurl her falls, And bid fair ...Rate it:

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The Naturalist's Summer-Evening Walk
Gilbert White
True to the signal, by love's meteor led, Leander hasten'd to his Hero's bed. I am , & c. Rate it:

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A Dramatic Fragment
Charles Lamb
forgotten, like an antique tale Of Hero and Leander.' -John Woodvil All are not false. I knew a Rate it:

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Atalanta In Camden -Town
Lewis Carroll
"Be my Hero," said I, "And let ME be Leander!" But I lost her reply - Something ending with "gandRate it:

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By Eve'ry Sweet Tradition of True Hearts
Thomas Hood
impression on the shore, Left by the drown'd Leander, to endear That coast for ever, where the biRate it:

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By The Old Pagoda Anchorage [1924]
Cicely Fox Smith
wind and wave, Belted Will and Hallowe'en With Leander there were seen, And Ariel and Titania and RRate it:

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By The Old Pagoda Anchorage [1926]
Cicely Fox Smith
and wave: Belted Will and Hallowe'en With Leander there were seen, And Ariel and Titania and Rate it:

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Endymion: Book III
John Keats
and straight 'tis won. Amid his toil thou gav'st Leander breath; Thou leddest Orpheus through the gRate it:

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Lady, your words do spite me
John Wilbye
you with smiling glances, So, like swans of Leander, My ghost from hence shall wander, singing and Rate it:

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My playmates
Eugene Field
school down! And Gracie Smith, the Cutler boys, Leander Snow, and all Who I am sure would answer coRate it:

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Nonsuited
James Brunton Stephens
paused, but plunged him in the tide, A hero and Leander both in one; Struck the entangling boughs fRate it:

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Ovid In Exile, At Tomis, In Bessarabia, Near The Mouths Of The Danube
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
thou hadst had of old such a sea as this is, Leander! Then thy death had not been charged as a criRate it:

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Sonnet LXXXVIII: Hero's Lamp.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Sestian augurs take To-morrow, and for drowned Leander's sake To Anteros its fireless lip shall pliRate it:

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Sonnet XLVI: Fair and Lovely Maid
Samuel Daniel
and lovely maid, look from the shore, See thy Leander striving in these waves, Poor soul forespenRate it:

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THE APPARITION OF HIS, MISTRESS,CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUM
Robert Herrick
thou shalt hear divine Musaeus sing Of Hero and Leander; then I'll bring Thee to the stand, where hRate it:

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