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A Bird and flower upon the tree
— Augusta Davies Webster
A bird and flower upon the tree, Sweet peony and oriole, Each of them a perfect soul, Song and sweetness manifest The bird and flower we love the best S... 126 views
A Bird Came Down
— Emily Dickinson
A bird came down the walk: He did not know I saw; He bit an angle-worm in halves And ate the fellow, raw. And then he drank a dew From a convenient gra... 152 views
A Bird Song
— Christina Rossetti
It's a year almost that I have not seen her: Oh, last summer green things were greener, Brambles fewer, the blue sky bluer. It's surely summer, for the... 21 views
A Bird Song.
— Christina Georgina Rossetti
It's a year almost that I have not seen her: Oh, last summer green things were greener, Brambles fewer, the blue sky bluer. It's surely summer, for ... 9 views
A Bird's Anger
— William Henry Davies
A summer's morning that has but one voice; Five hundred stocks, like golden lovers, lean Their heads together, in their quiet way, And but one bird sing... 5 views
A Bird's Nest
— James McIntyre
An old man, who had charge of field, With pride he saw two birds did build A broad, capacious, warm nest ; Soon full of young with speckled breast. And... 97 views
A Bird's Nest.
— James McIntyre
An old man who had charge of field, With pride he saw two birds did build, A broad capacious warm nest, So full of young with speckled breast, And w... 5 views
A Bird's-Eye View
— Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Croak, croak, croak,' Thus the Raven spoke, Perched on his crooked tree As hoarse as hoarse could be. Shun him and fear him, Lest the Bridegroom hear h... 3 views
A Bird’s-Eye View
— Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Croak, croak, croak,' Thus the Raven spoke, Perched on his crooked tree As hoarse as hoarse could be. Shun him and fear him, Lest the Bridegroom hear h... 66 views
A Birth-Night Song
— Katharine Tynan
The Child is rocked on Mary's knee, Cold in the stall this bitter night, And 'Lullalay-loo,' soft singeth she, 'My little Boy and Heaven's Delight!' Whe... 97 views
A Birthday
— Aleister Crowley
"Aug." 10, 1911. Full moon to-night; and six and twenty years Since my full moon first broke from angel spheres! A year of infinite love unwearying ---... 90 views
A Birthday
— Alfred Austin
The love within my heart that dwells Knows nought of days or hours; I hear thee in the Christmas bells, I feel thee in the vernal showers; And thy breat... 78 views
A Birthday
— Christina Georgina Rossetti
My heart is like a singing bird Whose nest is in a water'd shoot; My heart is like an apple-tree Whose boughs are bent with thickset fruit; My heart is ... 133 views
A Birthday
— Christina Rossetti
My heart is like a singing bird Whose nest is in a water'd shoot; My heart is like an apple-tree Whose boughs are bent with thick-set fruit... 5 views
A Birthday Gift
— Robert Fuller Murray
No gift I bring but worship, and the love Which all must bear to lovely souls and pure, Those lights, that, when all else is dark, endure; Stars in the ... 51 views
A Birthday Present
— Alfred Austin
```Say what, to please you, you would have me be.'' Then listen, dear! I fain would have you very fair to see, And sweet to hear. `You should have Aphr... 107 views
A Birthday Song. To S. G.
— Sidney Lanier
For ever wave, for ever float and shine Before my yearning eyes, oh! dream of mine Wherein I dreamed that time was like a vine, A creeping rose, that c... 52 views
A Birthday Tribute - To J. F. Clarke
— Oliver Wendell Holmes
Who is the shepherd sent to lead, Through pastures green, the Master's sheep? What guileless "Israelite indeed" The folded flock may watch and keep? ... 1 view
A Birthday Trifle
— Henry Kendall
Here in this gold-green evening end, While air is soft and sky is clear, What tender message shall I send To her I hold so dear? What rose of song with ... 69 views
A Birthday Walk.
— Jean Ingelow
(WRITTEN FOR A FRIEND'S BIRTHDAY.) "The days of our life are threescore years and ten." A birthday: - and a day that rose With much of hope,... 3 views
A Bit O' Shamrock.
— Jean Blewett
We met her on the hillside green Below old Castle Blarney; Her name, she whispered, was Eileen, Her home it was Killarney. I see her yet, her Irish ... 3 views
A Bit Of Color
— Arthur Macy
Oh, damsel fair at the Porte Maillot, With the soft blue eyes that haunt me so, Pray what should I do When a girl like you ... 3 views
A Black Job.
— Thomas Hood
"No doubt the pleasure is as great, Of being cheated as to cheat." - HUDIBRAS. The history of human-kind to trace, Since Eve - the first of dupe... 3 views
A Black New Year 2005
— Daniel Millard
A black New Year 2005 Nature's fury Devastates Without warning Thousands snatched away The others left Mourning the one's they loved In awe and disbelie... 5 views
A Blessing
— Abram Joseph Ryan
Be you near, or be you far, Let my blessing, like a star, Shine upon you everywhere! And in each lone evening hour, When the twilight folds the flower, ... 3 views

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