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Lochiel's Warning
Thomas Campbell
his eyry, that beacons the darkness of heaven. Oh, crested Lochiel! the peerless in might, Whose baRate it:

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Love's Omnipresence
Joshua Sylvester
is the lowly plain, And you, my Love, as high as heaven above, Yet should the thoughts of me your hRate it:

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Maha-Bharata, The Epic Of Ancient India - Conclusion
Romesh Chunder Dutt
the Epic, the _Great Journey_ and the _Ascent to Heaven_, so beautifully rendered into English by SRate it:

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Monday In Whitsun-Week
John Keble
Since all that is not Heaven must fade, Light be the hand of Ruin laid Upon the home I love: With lulling spell let soft Decay Steal on, and spar...Rate it:

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Mycerinus
Matthew Arnold
did beam, Some better archetype, whose seat was heaven; A light that, shining from the blest abodesRate it:

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Ode IV: To The Honourable Charles Townshend In The Country
Mark Akenside
science, nor the Muse's charms. For them high heaven prepares Their proper votaries, an humbler banRate it:

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Ode to Valour
Mary Darby Robinson
passion shrinks dismay'd; To whom benignant Heaven consign'd, All that can elevate the mind; 'TiRate it:

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Orpheus
Percy Bysshe Shelley
sullen and regardless hate, Refuses stern her heaven-born embrace. On one side of this jagged and sRate it:

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Our Soldier Cousin
Arlouine
ones, only brother lone, Weep not - but live for Heaven; I'm happy now - meet me at home'. Thus dieRate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 03
John Milton
Hail, holy Light, offspring of Heaven firstborn, Or of the Eternal coeternal beam May I express thee unblam'd? since God is light, And never bu...Rate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 05
John Milton
My fairest, my espoused, my latest found, Heaven's last best gift, my ever new delight! Awake: Rate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 11
John Milton
the Spirit of prayer Inspired, and winged for Heaven with speedier flight Than loudest oratory: Rate it:

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Paradiso: Canto I
Dante Alighieri
one part more and in another less. Within that heaven which most his light receives Was I, and thRate it:

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Prometheus Unbound: Act I (excerpt)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Earth, have not the mountains felt? I ask yon Heaven, the all-beholding Sun, Has it not seen?Rate it:

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Quia Nominor Leo: Sonnets
Algernon Charles Swinburne
servile; earth for footcloth of the pope, And heaven for chancel-ceiling of the priest; Thou that hRate it:

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Religio Laici
John Dryden
must be given; Distributed alike to all by Heaven: Else God were partial, and to some deny'd Rate it:

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Religious Musings : A Desultory Poem Written On The Christmas Eve Of 1794
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
with the Choir, I seem to view The vision of the heavenly multitude, Who hymned the song of Peace oRate it:

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Resignation Pt 2
Edward Young
be calm, And smile, when fortune frowns.' Heaven's choice is safer than our own; Of ageRate it:

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Satan
Richard Crashaw
bound since first he forfeited the skies. Heaven's golden-winged herald late he saw To a poor GaliRate it:

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Seventh Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Go not away, thou weary soul: Heaven has in store a precious dole Here on Bethsaida's cold and darksome height, Where over rocks and sands aris...Rate it:

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Sonnet
Nicholas Breton
prince doth in his sceptre hold A kind of heaven in his authorities; The wealthy miser, in his massRate it:

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Suggested by Matthew Arnold's Stanzas
James Thomson
And will none mourn the mighty Dead, Pillar of heavenly fire and cloud, Which through this life'sRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto V.
Coventry Patmore
agonies of faith and force; Or, if his suit with Heaven prevails To righteous life, his virtuous deRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book II. The Epilogue
Coventry Patmore
dearest Wife, a fresh-lit fire ‘Sends forth to heaven great shows of fume, ‘And watchers, far away,Rate it:

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The Apollyonists - Canto 1
Phineas Fletcher
tell. How black are quenched lights! Fallen heaven's a double hell. II. Great Lord, who graspest Rate it:

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