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Bryan Waller Procter (pseud. Barry Cornwall) was an English poet who served as a Commissioner in Lunacy.

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List of poems by Barry Cornwall 19 total

The Sea
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King Death
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A Poet’s Thought
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Life
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The Song Of A Felon's Wife
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Sit Down, Sad Soul
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Song (Here's a health to thee, Mary...)
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The New-born Baby's Song
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The Blood Horse
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Golden-Tressed Adelaide
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A Petition To Time
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The Old Witch in the Copse
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Serenade (Inesilla! I am here...)
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The Hunter’s Song
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The Stormy Petrel
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The Watch 35 Views
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Peace! What Do Tears Avail?
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The Poet's Song To His Wife
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In France
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