Poems about World poems

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Oh, Could We Do With This World Of Ours by Thomas Moore

Oh, could we do with this world of ours As thou dost with thy garden bowers, Reject the weeds and keep the flowers, What a heaven on earth we'd make it! So bright a dwelling should be our own, So

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We May Roam Through This World by Thomas Moore

We may roam through this world, like a child at a feast, Who but sips of a sweet, and then flies to the rest; And, when pleasure begins to grow dull in the east, We may order our wings and be off t

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Lucasta's World Epode by Richard Lovelace

I.Cold as the breath of winds that blowTo silver shot descending snow, Lucasta sigh't; when she did close The world in frosty chaines! And then a frowne to rubies frose The blood boyl'd

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So Shines A Good Deed In A Naughty World by Franklin Pierce Adams

There was a man in our town, and he was wondrous rich; He gave away his millions to the colleges and sich; And people cried: "The hypocrite! He ought to understand The ones who really need him a

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To The Garden The World by Walt Whitman

TO THE garden, the world, anew ascending, Potent mates, daughters, sons, preluding, The love, the life of their bodies, meaning and being, Curious, here behold my resurrection, after slumber;

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One Against The World by William Schwenck Gilbert

It's my opinion - though I ownIn thinking so I'm quite alone -In some respects I'm but a fright.YOU like my features, I suppose?I'M disappointed with my nose:Some rave about it - perhaps they're

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’tis A Sad, Mad World! by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar ..

A famished, ill-clad beggar standsAmidst some barking dogs! All searching through the garbage-dumpFor left-over food, fast; Each taking turns at emptying, The things inedible; Their hunger-pangs

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The Happiest Girl In The World by Augusta Davies Webster

A week ago; only a little week:it seems so much much longer, though that dayis every morning still my yesterday;as all my life 'twill be my yesterday,for all my life is morrow to my love.Oh fortu

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World-Weary Girl by Uriah Hamilton

World-weary girl, Tears form in your eyes, Confusion swirlsLike a virulent tornadoAround your heart, Rending the fragile fabric of your soul, I fear, irreparably apart.I want to kiss your deli

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0365 Poets And One World by Michael Shepherd

The poet's world and the philosopher'smay seem to be in aim, and truth of act, so different; the poet offers usfine dreams of heart; philosophy, fine fact; and yet, both spring from knowing nothi

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The World by Katherine Philips

Wee falsely think it due unto our friends,That we should grieve for their too early ends:He that surveys the world with serious eys,And stripps Her from her grosse and weak disguise,Shall find 'ti

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The Greatness Of The World by Friedrich Schiller

Through the world which the Spirit creative and kindFirst formed out of chaos, I fly like the wind,Until on the strandOf its billows I land,My anchor cast forth where the breeze blows no more,And

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