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William Blake
infant's tear, And blights with plagues the marriage-hearse. Rate it:

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Aner Clute
Edgar Lee Masters
I told them a silk dress, And a promise of marriage from a rich man -- (It was Lucius Atherton). BuRate it:

(4.00 / 1 vote)
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'It will Bust up the Home and ruin the Marriage Tie!' Why do they howl these things, my brothers?Rate it:

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Farewell To A Singer
Robert Fuller Murray
On Her Marriage As those who hear a sweet bird sing, And love each song it sings the best, Grieve when they see it taking wing And flying to anoth...Rate it:

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The Bangle Sellers
Sarojini Naidu
on her bridal morn, Some, like the flame of her marriage fire, Or, rich with the hue of her heart'sRate it:

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A Wife's Protest
Ada Cambridge
in soul. 11. Those church- bells chimed the marriage chimes When he was wed to me, And they must Rate it:

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The Moth-Signal (On Egdon Heath)
Thomas Hardy
the moth is It might be better far For one whose marriage troth is Shattered as potsherds are!' ThRate it:

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To My Beloved Daughter Melissa (On Your 40th Birthday)
Kurt Philip Behm
progressed our memories have grown Through marriage and distance and grandchildren sewn You rRate it:

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Last May a Braw Wooer
Robert Burns
mailen, himsel for the laird, And marriage aff-hand, were his proffers: I never loot on tRate it:

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A Cuckoo Song
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
will laugh, join in the gay chime, Run to thy marriage bells, birds of the day--time. Rate it:

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A Dan Yell
Henry Lawson
widows understood— No more deplore their marriage vow Or hopeless widowhood. For Dan O’Connor is thRate it:

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A Day Dream
Emily Jane Brontë
alone I lay One summer afternoon; It was the marriage-time of May With her young lover, June. FroRate it:

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A Dirge of Joy
Henry Lawson
on my hands and dome), And the Sanctity-of-the-Marriage-Tie and the Breaking-Up-of-the-Home. And I Rate it:

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A Dramatic Poem
William Butler Yeats
shut the wind away, And keep to the one weary marriage-bed. Second Sailor. I think that he has ForgRate it:

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A Fallen Yew
Francis Thompson
Law, the wife, - The sweetest wife on sweetest marriage-day, - Their souls at grapple in mid-way, Rate it:

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A Jet Ring Sent
John Donne
—Nothing more endless, nothing sooner broke? Marriage rings are not of this stuff ; Oh, why shoRate it:

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A Legend Of The Blesses Virgin
John Boyle O'Reilly
THE day of Joseph's marriage unto Mary, In thoughful mood he said unto his wife, Behold, I go into a far-off country To labor for thee, and to ma...Rate it:

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A Love Song
David Herbert Lawrence
that searching through The mists perceive our marriage, and rejoice. Yet, when the apple-blosRate it:

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A May Burden
Francis Thompson
the wines and corn, I say, And wenches for the marriage-day, And boys to teach love's comely play. Rate it:

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A Maypole
Jonathan Swift
can our parson blame the thing. And though no marriage words are spoke, They part not till the ringRate it:

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A Melody Of Sages
Kurt Philip Behm
Prose and Poetry came together In a marriage of infusion —each wanting from the other what they could not bring —each vowing to the ...Rate it:

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A Mother Gazes Upon Her Daughter
Henry Timrod
heart that knows The solemn purport of a marriage vow. And she will keep, with all her soul's deepRate it:

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A Paraphrase, By Dr. I.W.
Eugene Field
yet there's time, Upon the righteousness of marriage With some such godly man as I'm. Rate it:

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A Poet's Wooing
James Whitcomb Riley
is blithe and gay Of a bright May morn and a marriage day?" And she sighed in a listless way she haRate it:

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A Romance In The Rough
Arthur Patchett Martin
her fancy to allure. For which of them should marriage bells be rung, The rich one or the poor? ShRate it:

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