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Serenade
Edgar Allan Poe
So sweet the hour, so calm the time, I feel it more than half a crime, When Nature sleeps and stars are mute, To mar the silence ev'n w...Rate it

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Serenade
Victor Marie Hugo
When the voice of thy lute at the eve Charmeth the ear, In the hour of enchantment believe What I murmur near. That the tune can the Age of Gold Wi...Rate it

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Serenade
William Makepeace Thackeray
Now the toils of day are over, And the sun hath sunk to rest, Seeking, like a fiery lover, The bosom of the blushing west— The faithful night keep...Rate it

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Serenade
Henry Timrod
Hide, happy damask, from the stars, What sleep enfolds behind your veil, But open to the fairy cars On which the dreams of midnight sail; And let t...Rate it

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Serenade
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
DARK is the iris meadow, Dark is the ivory tower, And lightly the young moth's shadow Sleeps on the passion-flower. Gone are our day's red rose...Rate it

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Serenade
Thomas Hood
Ah, sweet, thou little knowest how I wake and passionate watches keep; And yet while I address thee now, Methinks thou smilest in thy sleep. 'T...Rate it

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Serenade
Christopher Ambrose
The view of the sun Is very exciting under the sycamore tree Shades of love connect you and me A picnic for lovers grapes,white wine,cheese sandwic...Rate it

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Serenade from “The Spanish Student”
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
STARS of the summer night! Far in yon azure deeps, Hide, hide your golden light! She sleeps! My lady sleeps! Sleeps! Moon of the summer night! Fa...Rate it

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A Serenade
Sir Walter Scott
Ah! County Guy, the hour is nigh The sun has left the lea, The orange-flower perfumes the bower, The breeze is on the sea. The lark, his lay wh...Rate it

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A Serenade
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
I watch Inesilla Thy window beneath, Deep slumbers the villa In night's dusky sheath. Enamoured I linger, Close mantled, for thee-- With sword and...Rate it

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A Serenade
Ambrose Bierce
'Sas agapo sas agapo,' He sang beneath her lattice. ''Sas agapo'?' she murmured-'O, I wonder, now, what _that_ is!' Was she less fair that she did...Rate it

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A Serenade At The Villa
Robert Browning
I. That was I, you heard last night, When there rose no moon at all, Nor, to pierce the strained and tight Tent of heaven, a planet small: Lif...Rate it

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A Serenade.
Wilfred S Skeats
From afar, in the dead of night, By the moon's dim, uncertain light, To salute thee with loving rite, I come, sweetheart, I come. Oh! refuse no...Rate it

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Beautiful Dreamer Serenade
Stephen C. Foster
1 Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me, 2 Starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee; 3 Sounds of the rude world heard in the day, 4 L...Rate it

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Don Juan's Serenade
Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy
Darkness descends on Alpujara's golden land. My guitar invites you, come out my dear! Whoever says that there are others who can be compared to yo...Rate it

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Nora: A Serenade
Paul Laurence Dunbar
AH, Nora, my Nora, the light fades away, While Night like a spirit steals up o'er the hills; The thrash from his tree where he chanted all day, No ...Rate it

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Serenade (Inesilla! I am here...)
Barry Cornwall
Inesilla! I am here Thy own cavalier Is now beneath thy lattice playing: Why art thou delaying? He hath riden many a mile But to see thy smile: Th...Rate it

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Soft Music Serenade
Kenneth R. Jenkins
Soothe me Groove me Making my nature rise Even in four part harmony, As the music rocks me to sleep, And in that time of slumber deep, The ni...Rate it

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The Hunter's Serenade
William Cullen Bryant
Thy bower is finished, fairest! Fit bower for hunter's bride-- Where old woods overshadow The green savanna's side. I've wandered long, and wandere...Rate it

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The Indian Serenade
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I arise from dreams of thee In the first sweet sleep of night, When the winds are breathing low, And the stars are shining bright I arise from drea...Rate it

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The Sabine Farmer's Serenade
Father Prout
I 'Twas on a windy night, At two o'clock in the morning, An Irish lad so tight, All wind and weather scorning, At Judy Callaghan's door. Sitting...Rate it

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The Serenade
James Whitcomb Riley
The midnight is not more bewildering To her drowsed eyes, than to her ears, the sound Of dim, sweet singing voices, interwound With purl of flute a...Rate it

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The Serenade
William Cullen Bryant
FROM THE SPANISH. If slumber, sweet Lisena! Have stolen o'er thine eyes, As night steals o'er the glory Of spring's transparent skies; Wake, in t...Rate it

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The Student's Serenade
Anne Brontë
I have slept upon my couch, But my spirit did not rest, For the labours of the day Yet my weary soul opprest; And, before my dreaming eyes Still t...Rate it

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