Poems about Rose poems

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The September Rose by Afanasy Afanasyevich Fet

To sighs of morning air, that froze,-(With her lips opened for a say), How curiously has smiled the roseOn a September fleeting day!And how has she ever daredTo greet, with air of springy queen

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Of A Rose, A Lovely Rose, Of A Rose Is A.. by Anonymous Olde English

Lestenyt, lordynges, both elde and yinge,How this rose began to sprynge;Swych a rose to myn lykyngeIn al this word ne knowe I non.The aungil came fro hevene tourTo grete Marye with gret honour,

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The Rose by Isabella Valancy Crawford

The Rose was given to man for this: He, sudden seeing it in later years,Should swift remember Love's first lingering kiss And Grief's last lingering tears; Or, being blind, should feel its yearn

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To Rose by Sara Teasdale

Rose, when I remember you, Little lady, scarcely two, I am suddenly aware Of the angels in the air. All your softly gracious ways Make an island in my days Where my thoughts fly back to be Shel

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A Rose Is Only Until by Michael Shepherd

hold the cameraas the rose's petalsfall one by oneuntil.backwards filmthe runNowa minor miracleof memoryin two dimensionsonce three.you.I.whoholdst he camera now?Author: Mi

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The Rose Did Caper On Her Cheek by Emily Dickinson

208The Rose did caper on her cheek—Her Bodice rose and fell—Her pretty speech—like drunken men—Did stagger pitiful—Her fingers fumbled at her work—Her needle would not go—What a

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A Song: When June Is Past, The Fading Rose by Thomas Carew

Ask me no more where Jove bestows, When June is past, the fading rose; For in your beauty's orient deep These flowers as in their causes, sleep. Ask me no more whither doth stray

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Of The Rose Bush by John Bunyan

This homely bush doth to mine eyes exposeA very fair, yea, comely ruddy rose.This rose doth also bow its head to me,Saying, Come, pluck me, I thy rose will be;Yet offer I to gather rose or bud,Te

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The Rose Of Peace by William Butler Yeats

IF Michael, leader of God's hostWhen Heaven and Hell are met,Looked down on you from Heaven's door-postHe would his deeds forget.Brooding no more upon God's warsIn his divine homestead,He would

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Lady's Reply To The Rose And Leaf by A.J. McKinley

If I were a rose and you were a leaf, the thorns would not grow upon my tree.You would bask in the glory of beauty spent.Content to reside where my heart went.Daily collecting of sunshine you migh

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The White Rose And The Red Rose by Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson

The white rose and the red rose,So sisters two were named, yes, named.The white one was so quiet,The red one laughed and flamed.But different was their doing, yes,When came the time of wooing, ye

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. Butterflies And Hearts ~~~~~~ For.. by Belinda Vincent

Drift upon the breezelike gentle whispers heard in the wind.Taking you high through the treesbringing you down low among the flowers.You caress my cheek softly, gently.I feel you, I know you are

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