Anne Killigrew Heaven Poems

  • 1.
    Under the Discipline of an Excellent Person.
    How comes the Day orecast? the Flaming Sun
    Darkn'd at Noon, as if his Course were run?
  • 2.
    Whose Lord was Travelling.

    No sooner I pronounced Celindas name,
  • 3.
    While yet it was the Empire of the Night,
    And Stars still check'r'd Darkness with their Light,
    From Temples round the cheerful Bells did ring,
    But with the Peales a churlish Storm did sing.
  • 4.
    Afflicted upon her Son, My Lord Berkeley's Early Engaging in the Sea-Service.

    So the renowned Ithacensian Queen
    In Tears for her Telemachus was seen,
  • 5.
    Arise my Dove, from mid'st of Pots arise,
    Thy sully'd Habitation leave,
    To Dust no longer cleave,
  • 6.
    Under the Name of ALINDA.
    A SONG.

  • 7.
    Dissolved by EUDORA.
    Not that thy Fair Hand
    Should lead me from my deep Dispaire,
    Or thy Love, Cloris, End my Care,
  • 8.
    As those who pass the Alps do say,
    The Rocks which first oppose their way,
    And so amazing-High do show,
    By fresh Ascents appear but low,
Total 8 Heaven Poems by Anne Killigrew

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