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To My Worthy Friend Mr. Peter Lilly: On That Excellent Picture Of His Majesty And The Duke Of York, Drawne By Him At Hampton- Court by Richard Lovelace

To My Worthy Friend Mr. Peter Lilly: On That Excellent Picture Of His Majesty And The Duke Of York, Drawne By Him At Hampton- Court by Richard Lovelace

See! what a clouded majesty, and eyesWhose glory through their mist doth brighter rise!See! what an humble bravery doth shine,And griefe triumphant breaking through each ...

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To Him Who Ever Thought With Love Of Me by Gerard Manley Hopkins

To Him Who Ever Thought With Love Of Me by Gerard Manley Hopkins

To him who ever thought with love of me Or ever did for my sake some good deed I will appear, looking such charity And kind compassion, at his life’s last needThat he will out of ...

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To Phillis, To Love And Live With Him by Robert Herrick

To Phillis, To Love And Live With Him by Robert Herrick

TO PHILLIS, TO LOVE AND LIVE WITH HIMLive, live with me, and thou shalt seeThe pleasures I'll prepare for thee:What sweets the country can affordShall bless thy bed, and bless thy ...

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To Mistress Katharine Bradshaw, The Lovely, That Crowned Him With Laurel by Robert Herrick

To Mistress Katharine Bradshaw, The Lovely, That Crowned Him With Laurel by Robert Herrick

My Muse in meads has spent her many hoursSitting, and sorting several sorts of flowers,To make for others garlands; and to setOn many a head here, many a coronet.But amongst all ...

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Dark Love

Dark Love

BOOK REVIEW Book Title : Dark Love Author : Dharmin Rathod Published By : Blue Rose Publishers Length : 72 pages Available book formats : Paperback Available ...

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The Victories Of Love. Book I by Coventry Patmore

The Victories Of Love. Book I by Coventry Patmore

I From Frederick Graham Mother, I smile at your alarms! I own, indeed, my Cousin's charms, But, like all nursery maladies, Love is not badly taken twice. Have you ...

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Genius And Love by Frances Anne Kemble

Genius And Love by Frances Anne Kemble

Genius and Love together stoodAt break of day beside clear fountains,In gardens hedged with laurel wood,Screened by a wall of purple mountains,As hand in hand they smiling ...

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Is Love The Name Of Some Unbearable Pain Raking Within? by Bijay Kant Dubey

Is Love The Name Of Some Unbearable Pain Raking Within? by Bijay Kant Dubey

Is love the name of some painRaking withinWhose tingeOnly the heart can feel it, How the heart breaks, Seek to be nursed and bandaged? Oh, the poor lover With the hands on the ...

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You Are My First Love by Bijay Kant Dubey

You Are My First Love by Bijay Kant Dubey

You are my first love, first love, Believe me, Just believe, Said he.But on hearing him, said she curtly and cutely, O Mr., how long will you go saying, I love you, love youAnd ...

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Betraying Her, You Haven’T Her, But Your Own Good Luck, Betray Not The Heart Which Loves, Never, Never It by Bijay Kant Dubey

Betraying Her, You Haven’T Her, But Your Own Good Luck, Betray Not The Heart Which Loves, Never, Never It by Bijay Kant Dubey

You wipe out the tears, my love, God sees it all, Believe Him, Spoil not yourself.

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Burn The Lamp Of Light And It Is But The Lamp Of Hope And Love by Bijay Kant Dubey

Burn The Lamp Of Light And It Is But The Lamp Of Hope And Love by Bijay Kant Dubey

Always, always burn the lamp of life, Never put it out, Maybe it the light will valuble for him, Straying far in darkness, Searching for it desperately.

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Stephen Gill As I Have Known Him by Bijay Kant Dubey

Stephen Gill As I Have Known Him by Bijay Kant Dubey

Stephen GillAs a humanist, A peacemaker, A pacifistHave I known him for years, A writer for peace, love and humanism.One from Sialkot, Punjab, He moved to CanadaTo settle down, ...

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The Song Of The Breakheart, Love But Break Not The Tender Heart by Bijay Kant Dubey

The Song Of The Breakheart, Love But Break Not The Tender Heart by Bijay Kant Dubey

She was sobbing and sighing, sobbing and sighing for sometimeWithout any breakAnd the tears had been falling down, falling downFrom that innocent girl, Demanding love from ...

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If Find You Any Time, Please Love Me, Love Me by Bijay Kant Dubey

If Find You Any Time, Please Love Me, Love Me by Bijay Kant Dubey

If find you any time, please love me, love meIf find you any time, Love me, love me, Just try to love meIf find you any time.Love me, love me, try to love me, Me not, him too, ...

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When I Will Be No More In This World, You Will Feel It, Feel It, My Love by Bijay Kant Dubey

When I Will Be No More In This World, You Will Feel It, Feel It, My Love by Bijay Kant Dubey

When I will be no more, you will come to feel it, my love, Who was I, what did I do for you, How do you order me and do I the work at your command, You like an officer ordering ...

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The Rural Beloved Asking, Why Does He Read? by Bijay Kant Dubey

The Rural Beloved Asking, Why Does He Read? by Bijay Kant Dubey

Why does he read, Why does he remain so much lost in his studiesThat he heeds to not, Neither smiles nor speaks to, Neither winks nor nods? Has he turned deaf and dumbThat he ...

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Book Eighth: Retrospect–Love Of Nature Leading To Love Of Man by William Wordsworth

Book Eighth: Retrospect–Love Of Nature Leading To Love Of Man by William Wordsworth

WHAT sounds are those, Helvellyn, that are heardUp to thy summit, through the depth of airAscending, as if distance had the powerTo make the sounds more audible? What ...

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Tis Said, That Some Have Died For Love by William Wordsworth

Tis Said, That Some Have Died For Love by William Wordsworth

'Tis said, that some have died for love: And here and there a churchyard grave is found In the cold north's unhallowed ground, Because the wretched man himself had slain, His ...

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The Birth Of Love by William Wordsworth

The Birth Of Love by William Wordsworth

When Love was born of heavenly line, What dire intrigues disturbed Cythera's joy! Till Venus cried, 'A mother's heart is mine, None but myself shall nurse my boy,' But, infant ...

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A Fly Caught In A Cobweb by Richard Lovelace

A Fly Caught In A Cobweb by Richard Lovelace

Small type of great ones, that do humWithin this whole world's narrow room,That with a busie hollow noiseCatch at the people's vainer voice,And with spread sails play with their ...

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Pentadii by Richard Lovelace

Pentadii by Richard Lovelace

PENTADII.Non est, fulleris, haec beata non estQuod vos creditis esse, vita non est:Fulgentes manibus videre gemmasEt testudineo jacere lecto,Aut pluma latus abdidisse molli,Aut ...

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In Rufum. Catul. Ep. 64 by Richard Lovelace

In Rufum. Catul. Ep. 64 by Richard Lovelace

IN RUFUM.CATUL. EP. 64.Noli admirari, quare tibi foemina nulla,Rufe, velit tenerum supposuisse femur,Non ullam rarae labefactes munere vestis,Aut pellucidulis deliciis ...

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A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist. To The Honourable My Cousin A[nne] L[ovelace] by Richard Lovelace

A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist. To The Honourable My Cousin A[nne] L[ovelace] by Richard Lovelace

I.This Queen of Prey (now prey to you),Fast to that pirch of ivoryIn silver chaines and silken clue,Hath now made full thy victory:II.The swelling admirall of the dreadCold ...

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To My Dear Friend Mr. E[ldred] R[evett]. On His Poems Moral And Divine by Richard Lovelace

To My Dear Friend Mr. E[ldred] R[evett]. On His Poems Moral And Divine by Richard Lovelace

Cleft as the top of the inspired hill,Struggles the soul of my divided quill,Whilst this foot doth the watry mount aspire,That Sinai's living and enlivening fire,Behold my ...

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To The Right Hon. My Lady Anne Lovelace by Richard Lovelace

To The Right Hon. My Lady Anne Lovelace by Richard Lovelace

To the richest Treasury That e'er fill'd ambitious eye, To the faire bright Magazin Hath impoverisht Love's Queen, To th' Exchequer of all honour (All take pensions but from ...

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The Grasse-Hopper by Richard Lovelace

The Grasse-Hopper by Richard Lovelace

To My Noble Friend, Mr Charles CottonO thou that swing'st upon the waving earOf some well-filled oaten beard,Drunk ev'ry night with a delicious tearDropped thee from heav'n, ...

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De Inconstantia Foeminei Amoris by Richard Lovelace

De Inconstantia Foeminei Amoris by Richard Lovelace

CATUL. EP. 71.DE INCONSTANTIA FOEMINEI AMORIS.Nulli se dicit mulier mea nubere velle,Quam mihi: non, si Jupiter ipse petat,Dicit, sed mulier cupido quod dicit amanti,In vento et ...

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On The Best, Last, And Only Remaning Comedy Of Mr. Fletcher. The Wild Goose Chase by Richard Lovelace

On The Best, Last, And Only Remaning Comedy Of Mr. Fletcher. The Wild Goose Chase by Richard Lovelace

I'm un-ore-clowded, too! free from the mist!The blind and late Heaven's-eyes great Occulist,Obscured with the false fires of his sceme,Not half those souls are lightned by this ...

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To A Lady That Desired Me I Would Beare My Part With Her In A Song Madam A. L. by Richard Lovelace

To A Lady That Desired Me I Would Beare My Part With Her In A Song Madam A. L. by Richard Lovelace

This is the prittiest motion:Madam, th' alarums of a drummeThat cals your lord, set to your cries,To mine are sacred symphonies.What, though 'tis said I have a voice,I know 'tis ...

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The Falcon by Richard Lovelace

The Falcon by Richard Lovelace

Fair Princesse of the spacious air,That hast vouchsaf'd acquaintance here,With us are quarter'd below stairs,That can reach heav'n with nought but pray'rs,Who, when our activ'st ...

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A Fly About A Glasse Of Burnt Claret. by Richard Lovelace

A Fly About A Glasse Of Burnt Claret. by Richard Lovelace

I.Forbear this liquid fire, Fly,It is more fatal then the dry,That singly, but embracing, wounds,And this at once both burns and drowns.II.The salamander, that in heatAnd flames ...

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A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The White Fryers by Richard Lovelace

A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The White Fryers by Richard Lovelace

A gentleman, to give us somewhat new,Hath brought up OXFORD with him to show you,Pray be not frighted--Tho the scaene and gown'sThe Universities, the wit's the town's,The lines ...

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Advice To My Best Brother, Coll: Francis Lovelace. by Richard Lovelace

Advice To My Best Brother, Coll: Francis Lovelace. by Richard Lovelace

Frank, wil't live unhandsomely? trust not too farThy self to waving seas: for what thy star,Calculated by sure event, must be,Look in the glassy-epithete, and see.Yet settle ...

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An Elegie. On The Death Of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton, Only Sister To Mr. C. Cotton. by Richard Lovelace

An Elegie. On The Death Of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton, Only Sister To Mr. C. Cotton. by Richard Lovelace

Hither with hallowed steps as is the ground,That must enshrine this saint with lookes profound,And sad aspects as the dark vails you weare,Virgins opprest, draw gently, gently ...

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The Triumphs Of Philamore And Amoret. To The Noblest Of Our Youth And Best Of Friends, Charles Cotton, Esquire. Being At Berisford, At His House In Straffordshire. From London. A Poem by Richard Lovelace

The Triumphs Of Philamore And Amoret. To The Noblest Of Our Youth And Best Of Friends, Charles Cotton, Esquire. Being At Berisford, At His House In Straffordshire. From London. A Poem by Richard Lovelace

Sir, your sad absence I complain, as earthHer long-hid spring, that gave her verdures birth,Who now her cheerful aromatick headShrinks in her cold and dismal widow'd bed,Whilst ...

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The Lady A. L. My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. by Richard Lovelace

The Lady A. L. My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. by Richard Lovelace

With that delight the Royal captiv's broughtBefore the throne, to breath his farewell thought,To tel his last tale, and so end with it,Which gladly he esteemes a benefit,When ...

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La Bella Bona Roba. To My Lady H. Ode by Richard Lovelace

La Bella Bona Roba. To My Lady H. Ode by Richard Lovelace

I.Tell me, ye subtill judges in loves treasury,Inform me, which hath most inricht mine eye,This diamonds greatnes, or its clarity?II.Ye cloudy spark lights, whose vast ...

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Love Inthron’D. Ode by Richard Lovelace

Love Inthron’D. Ode by Richard Lovelace

I.Introth, I do my self perswade,That the wilde boy is grown a man,And all his childishnesse off laid,E're since LUCASTA did his fires fan,H' has left his apish jigs,And ...

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Peinture. A Panegyrick To The Best Picture Of Friendship, Mr. Pet. Lilly. by Richard Lovelace

Peinture. A Panegyrick To The Best Picture Of Friendship, Mr. Pet. Lilly. by Richard Lovelace

If Pliny, Lord High Treasurer of alNatures exchequer shuffled in this our ball,Peinture her richer rival did admire,And cry'd she wrought with more almighty fire,That judg'd the ...

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Princesse Loysa Drawing by Richard Lovelace

Princesse Loysa Drawing by Richard Lovelace

I saw a little Diety,MINERVA in epitomy,Whom VENUS, at first blush, surpris'd,Tooke for her winged wagge disguis'd.But viewing then, whereas she madeNot a distrest, but lively ...

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Sonnet. To Generall Goring, After The Pacification At Berwi by Richard Lovelace

Sonnet. To Generall Goring, After The Pacification At Berwi by Richard Lovelace

I.Now the peace is made at the foes rate,Whilst men of armes to kettles their old helmes translate,And drinke in caskes of honourable plate.In ev'ry hand a cup be found,That ...

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The Epilogue by Richard Lovelace

The Epilogue by Richard Lovelace

The stubborne author of the trifle crime,That just now cheated you of two hours' time,Presumptuous it lik't him, began to growCarelesse, whether it pleased you or no.But we who ...

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The Toad And Spyder. A Duell by Richard Lovelace

The Toad And Spyder. A Duell by Richard Lovelace

Upon a day, when the Dog-starUnto the world proclaim'd a war,And poyson bark'd from black throat,And from his jaws infection shot,Under a deadly hen-bane shadeWith slime ...

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Lucasta’s Fanne, With A Looking- Glasse In It by Richard Lovelace

Lucasta’s Fanne, With A Looking- Glasse In It by Richard Lovelace

I.Eastrich! thou featherd foole, and easie prey,That larger sailes to thy broad vessell needst,Snakes through thy guttur-neck hisse all the day,Then on thy iron messe at supper ...

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Love Inthron’D by Richard Lovelace

Love Inthron’D by Richard Lovelace

I.Introth, I do my self perswade, That the wilde boy is grown a man, And all his childishnesse off laid, E're since Lucasta did his fires fan, H' has left his apish jigs, And ...

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The Duell by Richard Lovelace

The Duell by Richard Lovelace

Love drunk, the other day, knockt at my brest,But I, alas! was not within.My man, my ear, told me he came t' attest,That without cause h'd boxed him,And battered the windows of ...

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Sonnet. To Generall Goring, After The Pacification At Berwicke. A La Chabot. by Richard Lovelace

Sonnet. To Generall Goring, After The Pacification At Berwicke. A La Chabot. by Richard Lovelace

I.Now the peace is made at the foes rate,Whilst men of armes to kettles their old helmes translate,And drinke in caskes of honourable plate.In ev'ry hand a cup be found,That ...

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In Allusion To The French Song. N’Entendez Vous Pas Ce Language by Richard Lovelace

In Allusion To The French Song. N’Entendez Vous Pas Ce Language by Richard Lovelace

CHORUS.THEN UNDERSTAND YOU NOT (FAIR CHOICE)THIS LANGUAGE WITHOUT TONGUE OR VOICE?I.How often have my tearsInvaded your soft ears,And dropp'd their silent chimesA thousand ...

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An Elegie. On The Death Of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton, Only Sist by Richard Lovelace

An Elegie. On The Death Of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton, Only Sist by Richard Lovelace

Hither with hallowed steps as is the ground,That must enshrine this saint with lookes profound,And sad aspects as the dark vails you weare,Virgins opprest, draw gently, gently ...

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A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The Whit by Richard Lovelace

A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The Whit by Richard Lovelace

A gentleman, to give us somewhat new,Hath brought up OXFORD with him to show you,Pray be not frighted--Tho the scaene and gown'sThe Universities, the wit's the town's,The lines ...

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