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The potter . Mokhtar Issa..Translated by Hassan Hegazy
Mokhtar Issa..
The potter By Mokhtar Issa..( October 1994) Translated by Hassan Hegazy Hassan /// It is time for my heart to get down from its saddle.. Walking ...Rate it:

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L'Ange Heurtebise (translated in english)
Jean Cocteau
I Angel Heurtebise on the steps Beats me with his wings Of watered silk, refreshes my memory, The rascal, motionless And alone with me on the agat...Rate it:

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Song. Translated From The Italian
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Oh! what is the gain of restless care, And what is ambitious treasure? And what are the joys that the modish share, In their sickly haunts of pleas...Rate it:

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A Fragment of Seneca Translated
Lord John Wilmot
After Death nothing is, and nothing, death, The utmost limit of a gasp of breath. Let the ambitious zealot lay aside His hopes of heaven, whose fai...Rate it:

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Clitophon And Lucippe Translated. To The Ladies
Richard Lovelace
Pray, ladies, breath, awhile lay by Caelestial Sydney's ARCADY; Heere's a story that doth claime A little respite from his flame: Then with a quick...Rate it:

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Elegy I. To Charles Deodati (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
At length, my friend, the far-sent letters come, Charged with thy kindness, to their destin'd home, They come, at length, from Deva's Western side,...Rate it:

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Elegy II. On The Death Of The University Beadle At Cambridge (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Thee, whose refulgent staff and summons clear, Minerva's flock longtime was wont t'obey, Although thyself an herald, famous here, The last of heral...Rate it:

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Elegy III. Anno Aet. 17. On The Death Of The Bishop Of Winchester (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Silent I sat, dejected, and alone, Making in thought the public woes my own, When, first, arose the image in my breast Of England's sufferings by t...Rate it:

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Elegy IV. Anno Aet. 18. To My Tutor, Thomas Young, Chaplain Of The English Merchants Resident At Hamburg (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Hence, my epistle--skim the Deep--fly o'er Yon smooth expanse to the Teutonic shore! Haste--lest a friend should grieve for thy delay-- And the God...Rate it:

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Elegy V. Anno Aet. 20. On The Approach Of Spring (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Time, never wand'ring from his annual round, Bids Zephyr breathe the Spring, and thaw the ground; Bleak Winter flies, new verdure clothes the plain...Rate it:

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Elegy VI. To Charles Diodati, When He Was Visiting In The Country (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
With no rich viands overcharg'd, I send Health, which perchance you want, my pamper'd friend; But wherefore should thy Muse tempt mine away From wh...Rate it:

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Elegy VII. Anno Aetates Undevigesimo (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
As yet a stranger to the gentle fires That Amathusia's smiling Queen inspires, Not seldom I derided Cupid's darts, And scorn'd his claim to rule al...Rate it:

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Epigram : On The Inventor Of Gunpowder (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Praise in old time the sage Prometheus won, Who stole ethereal radiance from the sun; But greater he, whose bold invention strove To emulate the fi...Rate it:

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Epigram : The Cottager And His Landlord. A Fable (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
A Peasant to his lord yearly court, Presenting pippins of so rich a sort That he, displeased to have a part alone, Removed the tree, that all might...Rate it:

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Epigram : To Leonora Singing At Rome (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Another Leonora once inspir'd Tasso, with fatal love to frenzy fir'd, But how much happier, liv'd he now, were he, Pierced with whatever pangs for ...Rate it:

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Epigram : To Leonora Singing At Rome 2 (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Naples, too credulous, ah! boast no more The sweet-voiced Siren buried on thy shore, That, when Parthenope deceas'd, she gave Her sacred dust to a ...Rate it:

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Epitaphs Translated From Chiabrera
William Wordsworth
I WEEP not, beloved Friends! nor let the air For me with sighs be troubled. Not from life Have I been taken; this is genuine life And this alone--...Rate it:

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On One Ignorant And Arrogant (Translated From Owen)
William Cowper
Thou mayst of double ignorance boast, Who know'st not that thou nothing know'st. Rate it:

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On The Death Of Damon. (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Ye Nymphs of Himera (for ye have shed Erewhile for Daphnis and for Hylas dead, And over Bion's long-lamented bier, The fruitless meed of many a sac...Rate it:

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On The Death Of The Bishop Of Ely. Anno Aet. 17. (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
My lids with grief were tumid yet, And still my sullied cheek was wet With briny dews profusely shed For venerable Winton dead, When Fame, whose ta...Rate it:

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On The Death Of The Vice-Chancellor, A Physician (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Learn ye nations of the earth The condition of your birth, Now be taught your feeble state, Know, that all must yield to Fate! If the mournful Rov...Rate it:

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On The Platonic 'Ideal' As It Was Understood By Aristotle. (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Ye sister Pow'rs who o'er the sacred groves Preside, and, Thou, fair mother of them all Mnemosyne, and thou, who in thy grot Immense reclined at le...Rate it:

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Prudent Simplicity (Translated From Owen)
William Cowper
That thou mayst injure no man, dove-like be, And serpent-like, that none may injure thee! Rate it:

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Song. Translated From The German
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Ah! grasp the dire dagger and couch the fell spear, If vengeance and death to thy bosom be dear, The dastard shall perish, death’s torment shall pr...Rate it:

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Sonnet I. (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Fair Lady, whose harmonious name the Rheno Through all his grassy vale delights to hear, Base were, indeed, the wretch, who could forbear To love a...Rate it:

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