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A Dead Friend
Algernon Charles Swinburne
we loved and knew Gone? II. Friend of many a season fled, What may sorrow send Toward thee noRate it:

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A Dream
Thomas Parnell
wch hardly moves the tail to shun the conqu'ring season takes a cell if nature in a sleep a skin prRate it:

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A Duty Done - 1935
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
- oh, my vitality's low, And a sneer at the season I fling For I gasp and I wheeze in the weary unRate it:

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A Hero's Grave
Sydney Thompson Dobell
who, having grown up strong and stark To the set season, feels at length he wears Bonds that will bRate it:

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A June Day
John Todhunter
gambols of the children blythe, Drinking the season's sweetness to the lees. Rate it:

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A Lamentation
Algernon Charles Swinburne
desire of mine eyes, The beginning of love, The season of kisses and sighs And the end thereof. I hRate it:

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A Legend Of The Blesses Virgin
John Boyle O'Reilly
With untold glory to the Virgin came. A season passed of joy unknown to mortals, When Joseph cameRate it:

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A Letter to Her Husband
Anne Bradstreet
should we be together. I, like the Earth this season, mourn in black, My Sun is gone so far in's zoRate it:

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A Letter To One Far Away
Harriet Monroe
goes, Whose love is fleetness, Who gives but a season But gives without measure. Away with timeRate it:

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A Little While
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
the end: be our lips dumb In smiles a little season yet: I'll tell thee, when the end is come, HRate it:

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A Lover's Complaint
William Shakespeare
the silken figures in the brine That season'd woe had pelleted in tears, And often readinRate it:

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A Maiden's Secret
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
day down in my heart As the sweetest day in the season; From all of the others I've set it apart-Rate it:

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A Man's Repentance
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Grace was fair; and I tarried, And loved her a season as we men do. And then-but pshaw! why, of couRate it:

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A Message to America
Alan Seeger
did you do, what did you care? Did you find the season too cold and damp To change the counter foRate it:

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A Mystery Unfolds
Mario William Vitale
for being perhaps its in the changing of the season burn the candle at both ends we shall discoverRate it:

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A New Year's Message To Joseph Mazzini
Algernon Charles Swinburne
shed round Soft showers of sound, Soothing the season with sweet rain, If greeting come to make me Rate it:

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A Parody
William Shenstone
their voice, to tune their lyre! Their lovely season now is o'er; Thy notes, Florelio, please no moRate it:

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A Poem For The Birth-Day Of The Right Honble The Lady Catharine Tufton
Anne Kingsmill Finch
some Muse of loftier Wing The Triumphs of that Season sing; Describe the Pains, the Hopes, the FeRate it:

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A Prayer in Darkness
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
grace to own, In sun and rain and fruit in season shown, The shining silence of the scorn ofRate it:

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A Rhapsody Of A Southern Winter Night
Henry Timrod
woodland aisles than often sweeps At this rough season through their solemn deeps -- A gentle ArielRate it:

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A Royal Princess
Christina Georgina Rossetti
with all flowers in blow That are costly, out of season as the seasons go. All my walls are lost iRate it:

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A Saint
Padraic Colum
here to do, And give for what you gained Your season of bright youth: The hunt upon the mountain-sRate it:

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A Scenic View
Mario William Vitale
a vision for being out in the changeing of the season then for some matter my friend just left me wRate it:

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A Singer
William Allingham
sun he sang with cheerful heart, Of coloured season and the whirling sphere, Warm household habitRate it:

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A Song In October
Theodor Storm
must sweep the old away To bring on a new season. What if some aching dread we feel? Lift glasseRate it:

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