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A CARELESS MAN SCORNING AND DESCRIBING THE SUBTLE USAGE OF WOMEN TOWARD THEIR LOVERS
Henry Howard
WRAPT in my careless cloak, as I walk to and fro, I see how love can shew what force there reigneth in his bow : And how he shooteth eke a hardy he...Rate it:

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Phillida and Coridon
Nicholas Breton
IN the merry month of May, In a morn by break of day, Forth I walk'd by the wood-side When as May was in his pride: There I spied all alone Ph...Rate it:

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Vain Wits and Eyes
Henry Vaughan
VAIN wits and eyes Leave, and be wise : Abuse not, shun not holy fire, But with true tears wash off your mire. Tears and these flames will soon gro...Rate it:

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Rain, Rain And Unstoppably Rain
Nikhil Parekh
If not for me; then atleast for the sake of all those lugubriously famished leaves; which wailed in unrelentingly incongruous unison; for those ete...Rate it:

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Art And manipulation
Nikhil Parekh
Art immortalizes, Manipulation wanders in realms of traumatized hell. Art stupefies, Manipulation is a balloon of monotony which augments by the...Rate it:

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God And The Devil
Nikhil Parekh
God was the colossal hive of sweet honey; while the minuscule bits of impurity in it was the gruesome devil, God was the insurmountably ravishing...Rate it:

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Poetry And Reality
Jane Taylor
THE worldly minded, cast in common mould, With all his might pursuing fame or gold, And towards that goal too vehemently hurled To waste a thought ...Rate it:

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William and Helen
Sir Walter Scott
I. From heavy dreams fair Helen rose, And eyed the dawning red: 'Alas, my love, thou tarriest long! O art thou false or dead?'- II. With gallant ...Rate it:

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ASTRÆA REDUX. A Poem, on the Happy Restoration and Return of His Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second
John Dryden
Now with a general peace the world was blest, While ours, a world divided from the rest, A dreadful quiet felt, and worser far Than arms, a sull...Rate it:

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Ode. Written On The Blank Page Before Beaumont And Fletcher's Tragi-Comedy 'The Fair Maid Of The Inn'
John Keats
Bards of Passion and of Mirth, Ye have left your souls on earth! Have ye souls in heaven too, Doubled-lived in regions new? Yes, and those of h...Rate it:

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Of Pearls And Stars
Heinrich Heine
The pearly treasures of the sea, The lights that spatter heaven above, More precious than these wonders are My heart-of-hearts filled with your lov...Rate it:

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Hafbur And Signy
William Morris
TRANSLATED FROM THE DANISH. King Hafbur & King Siward They needs must stir up strife, All about the sweetling Signy Who was so fair a wife. O wilt...Rate it:

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Charles VII And Joan Of Arc At Rheims
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
A glorious pageant filled the church of the proud old city of Rheims, One such as poet artists choose to form their loftiest themes: There France b...Rate it:

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Life and death
William Baylebridge
This world is driven by two contending powers-- Love, that coerceth Heaven to dwell with dust, And that dire pledge of Hell's self-perjured Lust-...Rate it:

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Julian and Maddalo (excerpt)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I rode one evening with Count Maddalo Upon the bank of land which breaks the flow Of Adria towards Venice: a bare strand Of hillocks, ...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Third Sestiad
George Chapman
New light gives new directions, fortunes new, To fashion our endeavours that ensue. More harsh, at least more hard, more grave and high Our subject...Rate it:

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A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the Admirable Saint Teresa
Richard Crashaw
LOVE, thou are absolute, sole Lord Of life and death. To prove the word, We'll now appeal to none of all Those thy old soldiers, great and tall,...Rate it:

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The Character Of A Good Parson. Imitated From Chaucer, And Enlarged
John Dryden
A parish-priest was of the pilgrim-train; An awful, reverend, and religious man. His eyes diffused a venerable grace, And charity itself was in his...Rate it:

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War And Peace—A Poem
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
THOU, bright Futurity! whose prospect beams, In dawning radiance on our day-light dreams; Whose lambent meteors and ethereal forms Gild the dark cl...Rate it:

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Spirit and Star
James Brunton Stephens
Through the bleak cold voids, through the wilds of space, Trackless and starless, forgotten of grace,— Through the dusk that is neither day nor n...Rate it:

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Upon The Translation Of The Psalms By Sir Philip Sidney And The Countess Of Pembroke, His Sister
John Donne
ETERNAL God—for whom who ever dare Seek new expressions, do the circle square, And thrust into straight corners of poor wit Thee, who art corner...Rate it:

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A Dialogue, Between the Resolved Soul, And Created Pleasure
Andrew Marvell
Courage my Soul, now learn to wield The weight of thine immortal Shield. Close on thy Head thy Helmet bright. Ballance thy Sword against the Fight....Rate it:

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The Beggar And The Angel
Duncan Campbell Scott
An angel burdened with self-pity Came out of heaven to a modern city. He saw a beggar on the street, Where the tides of traffic meet. A pair of b...Rate it:

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Severed and Gone
Anne Brontë
Severed and gone, so many years! And art thou still so dear to me, That throbbing heart and burning tears Can witness how I cling to thee? I know ...Rate it:

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Rules And Lessons
Henry Vaughan
When first thine eyes unveil, give thy soul leave To do the like: our bodies but forerun The spirit's duty. True hearts spread and heave Unto thei...Rate it:

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