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  • The Seafarer
    May I for my own self song's truth reckon,
    Journey's jargon, how I in harsh days
    Hardship endured oft.
    Bitter breast-cares have I abided, ...
  • King Estmere
    Hearken to me, gentlemen,
    Come and you shall heare;
    He tell you of two of the boldest brethren,
    That ever born y-were. ...
  • To Her Sea-faring Lover
    SHALL I thus ever long, and be no whit the neare?
    And shall I still complain to thee, the which me will not hear?
    Alas! say nay! say nay! and be no more so dumb,
    But open thou thy manly mouth and say that thou wilt come: ...
  • Beowulf (episode 09)
    ME thus often the evil monsters
    thronging threatened. With thrust of my sword,
    the darling, I dealt them due return!
    Nowise had they bliss from their booty then ...
  • Beowulf (episode 25)
    "UNDER harness his heart then is hit indeed
    by sharpest shafts; and no shelter avails
    from foul behest of the hellish fiend.
    Him seems too little what long he possessed. ...
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God 83 Good 81 Never 79 Life 74 King 71 Gold 67 Heart 66 Long 63 Away 62 Death 62


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Psalm Iii: My God, How Many Are My Fears
 by Isaac Watts

My God, how many are my fears!
How fast my foes increase!
Conspiring my eternal death,
They break my present peace.

The lying tempter would persuade
There's no relief from heaven;
And all my swelling sins appear
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