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A Poison Tree
— William Blake
I was angry with my friend: I told my wrath, my wrath did end. I was angry with my foe: I told it not, my wrath did grow. And I watered it in fears, Ni...
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Carpe Diem
— William Shakespeare
O mistress mine, where are you roaming? O stay and hear! your true-love's coming That can sing both high and low; Trip no further, pretty sweeting, ...
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I dreamed of you last night
— Nobody Nose
I dreamed of you last night I did, my love, indeed dream of you Last night Amongst the dreams I sometimes Dream Not that often does it happen As it did...
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Wine Of The Fairies
— Percy Bysshe Shelley
I am drunk with the honey wine Of the moon-unfolded eglantine, Which fairies catch in hyacinth bowls. The bats, the dormice, and the moles Sleep in the ...
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Butterfly Laughter
— Katherine Mansfield
In the middle of our porridge plates There was a blue butterfly painted And each morning we tried who should reach the butterfly first. Then t...
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Waste Of Time (but not of feelings)
— Nobody Nose
1 January 17th 2 On a freezing day 3 2017 4 I ran into you 5 Almost by chance 6 Not knowing that 7 Since the time elapsed 8 I'd've liked to know more of...
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A Poet's Home
— Charles Harpur
HERE in this lonely rill-engirdled spot, The world forgetting, by the world forgot, With one vowed to me with beloved lips How sweet to draw, as hiddenl...
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Digging
— Edward Thomas
What matter makes my spade for tears or mirth, Letting down two clay pipes into the earth? The one I smoked, the other a soldier Of Blenheim, Ramillies,...
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She lay as if at play
— Emily Dickinson
She lay as if at play Her life had leaped away— Intending to return— But not so soon— Her merry Arms, half dropt— As if for lull of sport— An instant h...
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Could you? Would you? Will you? Are you? Might you?
— Nobody Nose
But I love you Brigid What am I going to do With the Love I bear for The Goddess? The Goddess does not want to Know About my lonely heart That is in the...
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Here Lies The Blithe Spring
— Thomas Dekker
HERE lies the blithe Spring, Who first taught birds to sing, Yet in April herself fell a-crying: Then May growing hot, A sweating sickness she got, ...
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The Little Children
— Francis Ledwidge
Hunger points a bony finger To the workhouse on the hill, But the little children linger While there's flowers to gather still For my sunny window sill....
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The Gardener XXIV: Do Not Keep to Yourself
— Rabindranath Tagore
Do not keep to yourself the secret of your heart, my friend! Say it to me, only to me, in secret. You who smile so gently, softly whisper, my he...
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Prelude
— Rudyard Kipling
I have eaten your bread and salt. I have drunk your water and wine. In deaths ye died I have watched beside, And the lives ye led were mine. Was there ...
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The Building of the Ship
— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"Build me straight, O worthy Master! Stanch and strong, a goodly vessel, That shall laugh at all disaster, And with wave and whirlwind wrestle!...
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Salutation
— Ezra Pound
O generation of the thoroughly smug and thoroughly uncomfortable, I have seen fishermen picnicking in the sun, I have seen them with untidy famili...
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Her Face And Brow
— James Whitcomb Riley
Ah, help me! but her face and brow Are lovelier than lilies are Beneath the light of moon and star That smile as they are smiling now-- White lilies in ...
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Lines On T.D. McGee
— James McIntyre
DeArcy. McGee, All compliment thee, The hope of the land, On your lecture so grand. Though that is your fort, Oh, give us the sport Of an hour of your ...
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THE APRON OF FLOWERS
— Robert Herrick
To gather flowers, Sappha went, And homeward she did bring Within her lawny continent, The treasure of the Spring. She smiling blush'd, and blushing sm...
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Unrequited Love
— Nobody Nose
Unrequited Love Where are you? I look for you Nowhere to be found Nobody Knows Where my sweetest Of my heart The dream woman Who came my way By some pro...
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Farewell
— Robert Louis Stevenson
FAREWELL, and when forth I through the Golden Gates to Golden Isles Steer without smiling, through the sea of smiles, Isle upon isle, in the seas of the...
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For Richmond's Garden Wall
— Robert Louis Stevenson
WHEN Thomas set this tablet here, Time laughed at the vain chanticleer; And ere the moss had dimmed the stone, Time had defaced that garrison. Now I in ...
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WHEN HE WOULD HAVE HIS VERSES READ
— Robert Herrick
In sober mornings, do not thou rehearse The holy incantation of a verse; But when that men have both well drunk, and fed, Let my enchantments then be su...
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Sweet—safe—Houses
— Emily Dickinson
Sweet—safe—Houses—Glad—gay—Houses— Sealed so stately tight— Lids of Steel—on Lids of Marble— Locking Bare feet out— Brooks of Plush—in Banks of Satin N...
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Requiescat
— Matthew Arnold
Strew on her roses, roses, And never a spray of yew! In quiet she reposes; Ah, would that I did too! Her mirth the world required; She bathed ...
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