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Alas! So All Things Now Do Hold Their Peace
Henry Howard
Alas! so all things now do hold their peace, Heaven and earth disturbed in nothing. The beasts, the air, the birds their song do cease, The night{:...Rate it

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All Things Are Current Found
Henry David Thoreau
ALL things are current found On earthly ground, Spirits and elements Have their descents. Night and day, year on year, High and low, far and near,...Rate it

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All Things Can Tempt Me
William Butler Yeats
ALL things can tempt me from this craft of verse: One time it was a woman's face, or worse -- The seeming needs of my fool-driven land; Now nothing...Rate it

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for they had things to say
Charles Bukowski
the canaries were there, and the lemon tree and the old woman with warts; and I was there, a child and I touched the piano keys as they talked — bu...Rate it

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I Shall Be Loved As Quiet Things
Karle Wilson Baker
I shall be loved as quiet things Are loved--white pigeons in the sun, Curled yellow leaves that whisper down One after one; The silver reticence o...Rate it

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A Love For Winged Things.
Victor-Marie Hugo
[XXXVII., April 12, 1840.] My love flowed e'er for things with wings. When boy I sought for forest fowl, And caged them in rude rushes' mes...Rate it

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All Lovely Things
Conrad Potter Aiken
All lovely things will have an ending, All lovely things will fade and die, And youth, that's now so bravely spending, Will beg a penny by and b...Rate it

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Robert Herrick
All things decay with time: The forest sees The growth and down-fall of her aged trees; That timber tall, which three-score lustres stood The prou...Rate it

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All Things will Die
Alfred Lord Tennyson
All Things will Die Clearly the blue river chimes in its flowing Under my eye; Warmly and broadly the south winds are blowing Over the...Rate it

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Among All Lovely Things My Love Had Been
William Wordsworth
AMONG all lovely things my Love had been; Had noted well the stars, all flowers that grew About her home; but she had never seen A glow-worm, never...Rate it

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At That Hour When All Things Have Repose
James Joyce
At that hour when all things have repose, O lonely watcher of the skies, Do you hear the night wind and the sighs Of harps playing unto Love to unc...Rate it

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Beautiful Lofty Things
William Butler Yeats
BEAUTIFUL lofty things: O'Leary's noble head; My father upon the Abbey stage, before him a raging crowd: 'This Land of Saints,' and then as the ap...Rate it

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Best Things dwell out of Sight
Emily Dickinson
Best Things dwell out of Sight The Pearl—the Just—Our Thought. Most shun the Public Air Legitimate, and Rare— The Capsule of the Wind The Capsule...Rate it

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Book Of Contemplation - Five Things
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
WHAT makes time short to me? Activity! What makes it long and spiritless? 'Tis idleness! What brings us to debt? To delay and forget! What makes...Rate it

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But These Things Also
Edward Thomas
But these things also are Spring's - On banks by the roadside the grass Long-dead that is greyer now Than all the Winter it was; The shell of a li...Rate it

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But Wise Men Perceive Approaching Things
Constantine P. Cavafy
Because gods perceive future things, men what is happening now, but wise men perceive approaching things. Philostratus, Life of Apollonius of Tyan...Rate it

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Common Things
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I like to hear of wealth and gold, And El Doradoes in their glory; I like for silks and satins bold To sweep and rustle through a story. The ni...Rate it

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Dangerous Things
Constantine P. Cavafy
Said Myrtias (a Syrian student in Alexandria; in the reign of Augustus Constans and Augustus Constantius; in part a pagan, and in part a christian)...Rate it

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Double Ballade on the Nothingness of Things
William Ernest Henley
The big teetotum twirls, And epochs wax and wane As chance subsides or swirls; But of the loss and gain The sum is always plain. Read on the m...Rate it

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Epigram - Thy Nags, The Leanest Things Alive
Matthew Prior
Thy nags, the leanest things alive, So very hard thou lovest to drive, I heard thy anxious coachman say It costs thee more in whips than hay. ...Rate it

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For Little Things
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Last night I looked across the hills And through an arch of darkling pine Low-swung against a limpid west I saw a young moon shine. And as I gaze...Rate it

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Four Things
Henry Van Dyke
Four things a man must learn to do If he would make his record true: To think without confusion clearly; To love his fellow man sincerely; To a...Rate it

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Robert Herrick
Health is the first good lent to men; A gentle disposition then: Next, to be rich by no by-ways; Lastly, with friends t' enjoy our days. Rate it

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Giving Order to Things
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I'm trying to give order to things perpetually a competition between desire and necessity necessity always wins and desire grovels like a renga of...Rate it

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