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Violets
George Meredith
Violets, shy violets! How many hearts with you compare! Who hide themselves in thickest green, And thence, unseen, Ravish the enraptured air W...Rate it

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Violets
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
SENT IN A LITTLE BOX. LET them lie, yes, let them lie, They'll be dead to-morrow: Lift the lid up quietly As you'd lift the mystery Of a shrou...Rate it

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Autumn Violets
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Keep love for youth, and violets for the spring: Of if these bloom when worn-out autumn grieves, Let them lie hid in double shade of leaves, Their ...Rate it

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Gather Violets O Narcissus
Habba Khatoon
Rain has come, and fields and fruit trees sing, Spring has come, and Love, the Lord of Spring, Dandelions have lifted up their faces, Cold has gone...Rate it

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Lines of Violets
James McIntyre
Once, while digging 'neath the snow, 'Mid Canadian winter, lo ! To our joy and surprise, We saw some violets in full bloom, Gazing at us with lovin...Rate it

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No Violets
Stephen Crane
There was a land where lived no violets. A traveller at once demanded : 'Why?' The people told him: 'Once the violets of this place spoke thus: ...Rate it

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Sweet Violets
Dorothy Parker
You are brief and frail and blue- Little sisters, I am, too. You are Heaven's masterpieces- Little loves, the likeness ceases. Rate it

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There was a land where lived no violets
Stephen Crane
There was a land where lived no violets. A traveller at once demanded : "Why?" The people told him: "Once the violets of this place spoke thus: ...Rate it

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To A Friend Who Sent Me A Box Of Violets
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
Nay, more than violets These thoughts of thine, friend! Rather thy reedy brook-- Taw's tributary-- At midnight murmuring, Descried them, the delica...Rate it

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TO VIOLETS
Robert Herrick
Welcome, maids of honour, You do bring In the Spring; And wait upon her. She has virgins many, Fresh and fair; Yet you are More sweet than any. Y...Rate it

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Winter Violets
Alfred Austin
Here are sad flowers, with wintry weeping wet, Dews of the dark that drench the violet. Thus over Her, whom death yet more endears, Nature and Man ...Rate it

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