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Thomas Love Peacock was an English novelist, poet, and official of the East India Company.

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List of poems by Thomas Love Peacock 33 total

I Dug Beneath the Cypress Shade
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The Grave of Love
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Beyond the Sea
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A Glee
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Palmyra (2nd Edition)
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Glee -- The Ghosts
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Rich & Poor; or Saint & Sinner 124 ViewsRate it
The Monks of St. Mark
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Castles in the Air 122 ViewsRate it
Margaret Love Peacock
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Quintetto
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The War Song of Dinas Vawr
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The Sundial
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A Fragment
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Seamen Three
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The Legend of St. Laura
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The War-song of Dinas Vawr
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Newark Abbey
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The Flower of Love
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Life's Uncertain Day
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Sir Hornbook
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Instead of Sitting Wrapped up in Flannel 78 ViewsRate it
A Bill for the Better Promotion of Oppression on the Sabbath Day
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Duet 65 ViewsRate it
Love and Age
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Three Men of Gotham
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The Tomb of Love
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Palmyra (1st Edition)
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Terzetto
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The Lady, the Knight, and the Friar
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Lines on the Death of Julia
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The Morning of Love
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The Magic Bark
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