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XXVIII
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
My letters ! all dead paper, mute and white ! And yet they seem alive and quivering Against my tremulous hands which loose the string And let them ...Rate it

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XXVIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Yet it is pitiful how friendships die, Spite of our oaths eternal and high vows. Some fall through blight of tongues wagged secretly, Some through ...Rate it

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XXVIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
The summer I had passed in my own fashion High in the Alps, a proselyte to toil. I was released and free, and spent my passion On the bare rocks as...Rate it

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Hymn XXVIII: Love Divine! What Hast Thou Done!
John Wesley
Love divine! what hast thou done! The immortal God hath died for me! The Father's co-eternal Son Bore all my sins upon the tree; The immortal God f...Rate it

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Hymn XXVIII: Love Divine! What Hast Thou Done!
Charles Wesley
Love divine! what hast thou done! The immortal God hath died for me! The Father's co-eternal Son Bore all my sins upon the tree; The immortal God f...Rate it

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Love Sonnet XXVIII
Zora Bernice May Cross
Give me a child!! Dear Heart, we have loved long, Draining each other’s sweetness to the last Wild drops of honeyed madness falling fast Upon our l...Rate it

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Lover's Gifts XXVIII: I Dreamt
Rabindranath Tagore
I dreamt that she sat by my head, tenderly ruffling my hair with her fingers, playing the melody of her touch. I looked at her face and struggled w...Rate it

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Modern Love XXVIII: I Must Be Flattered
George Meredith
I must be flattered. The imperious Desire speaks out. Lady, I am content To play with you the game of Sentiment, And with you enter on paths per...Rate it

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My Letters! all dead paper. . . (Sonnet XXVIII)
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
My letters! all dead paper, mute and white! And yet they seem alive and quivering Against my tremulous hands which loose the string And let them dr...Rate it

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Natalia’s Resurrection: Sonnet XXVIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Away! Away! Away with her, young lover, Away with her in haste lest dawn should break; If that her kinsmen should thy deed discover Ill might it fa...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
My letters ! all dead paper, mute and white ! And yet they seem alive and quivering Against my tremulous hands which loose the string And let them ...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII
Edmund Spenser
THe laurell leafe, which you this day doe weare, guies me great hope of your relenting mynd: for since it is the badg which I doe beare, ye bearing...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII. To Friendship
Charlotte Smith
THOU! whose name too often is profaned; Whose charms celestial, few have hearts to feel; Unknown to Folly--and by Pride disdain'd! --To thy soft so...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII: Soul-Light
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
What other woman could be loved like you, Or how of you should love possess his fill? After the fulness of all rapture, still,— As at the end of so...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII: My Letters
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
My letters-- all dead paper, mute and white! And yet they seem alive and quivering Against my tremulous hands which loose the string And let the...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII: Reign In My Thoughts
Samuel Daniel
Reign in my thoughts, fair hand, sweet eye, rare voice: Possess me whole, my heart's triumvirate; Yet heavy heart to make so hard a choice, Of s...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII: To Such As Say
Michael Drayton
To such as say thy love I overprize, And do not stick to term my praises folly, Against these folks, that think themselves so wise, I thus oppos...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII: Weak Is the Sophistry
Mary Darby Robinson
Weak is the sophistry, and vain the art That whispers patience to the mind's despair! That bids reflection bathe the wounds of care, While Hope, wi...Rate it

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Sonnet XXVIII: You That With Allegory's Curious Frame
Sir Philip Sidney
You that with allegory's curious frame, Of others' children changelings use to make, With me those pains for God's sake do not take: I list not ...Rate it

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The Farewell XXVIII
Khalil Gibran
And now it was evening. And Almitra the seeress said, "Blessed be this day and this place and your spirit that has spoken." And he answered, Wa...Rate it

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The Gardener XXVIII: Your Questioning Eyes
Rabindranath Tagore
Your questioning eyes are sad. They seek to know my meaning as the moon would fathom the sea. I have bared my life before your eyes from end to...Rate it

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The Love Sonnets Of Proteus. Part II: To Juliet: XXVIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
IN ANSWER TO A QUESTION Why should I hate you, love, or why despise For that last proof of tenderness you gave? The battle is not always to the bra...Rate it

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The Terrestrial Paradise. (From Dante. Purgatorio, XXVIII.)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Longing already to search in and round The heavenly forest, dense and living-green, Which tempered to the eyes the newborn day, Withouten more dela...Rate it

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