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Clive Staples Lewis
It is well that there are palaces of peace And discipline and dreaming and desire, Lest we forget our heritage and cease The Spirit’s work—to hunge...Rate it

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On The Earl Of Oxford And Mortimer's Giving His Daughter In Marriage In Oxford--Chapel.
Mary Barber
See, in the Temple rais'd by Harley's Hand, His beauteous Off--spring at the Altar stand: There Mortimer resigns his darling Care; To happy Portlan...Rate it

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Duns Scotus's Oxford
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Towery city |&| branchy between towers; Cuckoo-echoing, bell-swarm{`e}d, lark charm{`e}d, rook racked, river-rounded; The dapple-eared lily b...Rate it

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A Song For St. Cecilia's Day, At Oxford
Joseph Addison
I. Cecilia, whose exalted hymns With joy and wonder fill the blest, In choirs of warbling seraphims Known and distinguish'd fom the rest; Atten...Rate it

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An Extempore Invitation To The Earl Of Oxford, Lord High Treasurer
Matthew Prior
My Lord, Our weekly friends to-morrow meet At Matthew's palace in Duke-street, To try for once if they can dine On bacon-ham and mutton-chine. If,...Rate it

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An heroic address to [Oxford], concerning the combined utility and dignity of military affairs and o
Gabriel Harvey
This is my welcome; this is how I have decided to bid All Hail! to thee and to the other Nobles. Thy splendid fame, great Earl, demands even more...Rate it

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An Oxford Idyll
Thomas Edward Brown
Ah little mill, you're rumbling still, Ah sunset flecked with gold! Ah deepening tinge, ah purple fringe Of lilac as of old! Ah hawthorn hedge, ah ...Rate it

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At Oxford
William Lisle Bowles
Bereave me not of Fancy's shadowy dreams, Which won my heart, or when the gay career Of life begun, or when at times a tear Sat sad on memory's che...Rate it

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Cases - Willis V. The Bishop Of Oxford
James Williams
(2 Probate Division, 192) Aid me, Muses! my endeavour is to sing a woful song, How a very learned bishop in the Arches Court went wrong. Aid me...Rate it

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Epistles To Mr. Pope. Epistle II. From Oxford.
Edward Young
All write at London; shall the rage abate Here, where it most should shine, the muses' seat? Where, mortal or immortal, as they please, The learn'd...Rate it

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Horace, Epist. I, VII Imitation Of Horace To Lord Oxford
Jonathan Swift
Harley, the nation's great support, Returning home one day from court, His mind with public cares possest, All Europe's business in his breast, Obs...Rate it

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Lines Rhymed In A Letter From Oxford
John Keats
I. The Gothic looks solemn, The plain Doric column Supports an old Bishop and Crosier; The mouldering arch, Shaded o'er by a larch Stands next door...Rate it

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Love and Music. Written at Oxford, When Young
William Shenstone
Shall Love alone for ever claim An universal right to fame, An undisputed sway? Or has not Music equal charms, To fill the breast with strange alar...Rate it

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New College Gardens, Oxford
Edith Nesbit
ON this old lawn, where lost hours pass Across the shadows dark with dew, Where autumn on the thick sweet grass Has laid a weary leaf or two, W...Rate it

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On Resigning A Scholarship Of Trinity College, Oxford
William Lisle Bowles
AND RETIRING TO A COUNTRY CURACY. Farewell! a long farewell! O Poverty, Affection's fondest dream how hast thou reft! But though, on thy stern bro...Rate it

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Oxford Cheese Makers Song
James McIntyre
When Father Ranney left the States In Canada to try the fates, He settled down in Dereham, Then no dairyman lived near him. He was the first there...Rate it

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Oxford Cheese Ode
James McIntyre
The ancient poets ne'er did dream That Canada was land of cream, They ne'er imagined it could flow In this cold land of ice and snow, Where everyth...Rate it

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Oxford in Rain
Quraysh Shabbir Hussain
Dreaming spires pierce the belly of the sky, showering brilliance on gray streets. Sanctuaries sit in empty silence amidst the ringing steps of sho...Rate it

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Oxford Revisited
William Lisle Bowles
I never hear the sound of thy glad bells, Oxford, and chime harmonious, but I say, Sighing to think how time has worn away, Some spirit speaks in t...Rate it

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If ever a day achieves .To sway , I'd favour a dream of noble interjection and offer an honoured creed . I shall not ebb from earl , or be disrobed...Rate it

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Prologue To Sophonisba; Spoken at Oxford, 1680
John Dryden
Thespis, the first professor of our art, At country wakes, sung ballads from a cart. To prove this true, if Latin be no trespass, Dicitur et pla...Rate it

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Prologue To The University Of Oxford, 1674.
John Dryden
Poets, your subjects have their parts assign'd To unbend, and to divert their sovereign's mind: When tired with following nature, you think fit To ...Rate it

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Scenes In London II - Oxford Street
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Life in its many shapes was there, The busy and the gay; Faces that seemed too young and fair To ever know decay. Wealth, with its waste, ...Rate it

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Scottish Names in Oxford County
James McIntyre
We have the Murray and McKay From the country of Lord Rae ; * McKenzie too from many a loch, From Dingwall, Fain, and old Dornoch. *Lord Rae, chie...Rate it

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The Oxford Thrushes
Henry Van Dyke
FEBRUARY, 1917 I never thought again to hear The Oxford thrushes singing clear, Amid the February rain, Their sweet, indomitable strain. A wint...Rate it

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