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Envoi
Ezra Pound
Go, dumb-born book, Tell her that sang me once that song of Lawes: Hadst thou but song As thou hast subjects known, Then were there cause in thee t...Rate it

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envoi
Lindsay George Hall
A rendition of Rainer Maria Rilke's 'Abschied' [Leaving] How felt, what parting means - How known now: dark, unbounded, That cheerless 'something'...Rate it

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Envoi
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
When the last rousing gallop is ended, And the last post-and-rall has been jumped, And a cracked neck that cannot be mended Shall have under t...Rate it

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Envoi
Guy Wetmore Carryl
Now don't go and say you'd a dim Idea of these stories before, For I've frankly confessed them from Grimm, The monarch of magical lore: And if,...Rate it

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Envoi
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Fly, white butterflies, out to sea, Frail pale wings for the winds to try, Small white wings that we scarce can see Fly. Here and there may a ch...Rate it

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As I Laye A-Dreamynge. L'Envoi.
Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
After T. I. As I laye a-dreamynge, a-dreamynge, a-dreamynge, O softlye moaned the dove to her mate within the tree, And meseemed unto my syghte...Rate it

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Can vei la lauzeta ( l'envoi chanté par Jean-Luc):
Bernard de Ventadorn
Tristans, ges no.n auretz de me, qu'eu m'en vau, chaitius, no sai on, De chantar me gic e.m recre e de joi e d'amor m'escon. Rate it

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Envoi des feuilles d'automne
Victor Marie Hugo
A Madame *** I Ce livre errant qui va l'aile brisée, Et que le vent jette à votre croisée Comme un grêlon à tous les murs cogné, Hélas ! il so...Rate it

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Envoi, Dylan Kelly, 2006
Matt Dimler
"You, you who grew titan legs & arms & plucked with angelic delicacy the heartstrings of a Brooklyn Bridge and jumped devotionless into a sea of sh...Rate it

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L'Envoi
Robert William Service
We've finished up the filthy war; We've won what we were fighting for . . . (Or have we? I don't know). But anyway I have my wish: I'm back upon th...Rate it

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L'Envoi
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Ye voices, that arose After the Evening's close, And whispered to my restless heart repose! Go, breathe it in the ear Of all who doubt and fear, A...Rate it

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L'Envoi
Mathilde Blind
Thou art the goal for which my spirit longs; As dove on dove, Bound for one home, I send thee all my songs With all my love. Thou art the have...Rate it

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L'envoi
Rudyard Kipling
There's a whisper down the field where the year has shot her yield, And the ricks stand gray to the sun, Singing: -- "Over then, come over, for th...Rate it

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L'Envoi
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Oh, awful Power whose works repel The marvel of the earth's designs,-- I 'll hie me otherwhere to dwell, Arcadia has trolley lines. Rate it

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L'Envoi
Herman Melville
_The Return of the Sire de Nesle._ A.D. 16 My towers at last! These rovings end, Their thirst is slaked in larger dearth: The yearning infinite re...Rate it

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L'envoi from Balladeadro
George Gordon McCrae
See where the allied armies camped, Where plumed and painted dancers tramped-- 'Tis still the same, the same wild scene, As though the ploughsha...Rate it

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L'envoi To "Life's Handicap"
Rudyard Kipling
My new-cut ashlar takes the light Where crimson-blank the windows flare; By my own work, before the night, Great Overseer I make my prayer. If ...Rate it

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L’Envoi: Brussels, Hotel Du Midi
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
IT'S copied out at last: very poor stuff Writ in the cold, with pauses of the cramp. Direct, dear William, to the Poste Restante At Ghent—here w...Rate it

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Voices Of The Night : L'Envoi
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Ye voices, that arose After the Evening's close, And whispered to my restless heart repose! Go, breathe it in the ear Of all who doubt and fear, A...Rate it

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