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  • Rubà¡iyà¡t Of Omar Khayyà¡m
    AWAKE! for Morning in the Bowl of Night
    Has flung the Stone that puts the Stars to Flight:
    And Lo! the Hunter of the East has caught ...
  • Bird Parliament (translation Of)
    Once on a time from all the Circles seven
    Between the steadfast Earth and rolling Heaven
    The Birds, of all Note, Plumage, and Degree,
    That float in Air, and roost upon the Tree;...
  • From Omar Khayyam

    A BOOK of Verses underneath the Bough,
    A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread--and Thou ...
  • From The Rubáiyát Of Omar Khayyám, I: 1-3, V: 12-15, 19-24, 71-72

    Wake! For the Sun, who scattered into flight
    The Stars before him from the Field of Night,...
  • On Anne Allen
    The wind blew keenly from the Western sea,
    And drove the dead leaves slanting from the tree--
    Vanity of vanities, the Preacher saith--
    Heaping them up before her Father's door...
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Tinkerbib1: smoke & mirrors with edward fitzgerald & catherine edwards:
Rotor_motor13b: please see thread. ed's e-book can be bought for £2.22 and we need to get as many people in the uk as possible to print off and post the petition prior to the coronation in may.
Sherloc98788726: this book describes our ‘undoubted and inalienable’ rights and freedoms derived from natural law, as being immutable, and can never be removed, rescinded, denied or given up and hold supreme over any written (man-made) documents. 
Kmvnarayan14: “oh, come with old khayyám, and leave the wise to talk; one thing is certain, that life flies; one thing is certain, and the rest is lies; the flower that once blown for ever dies.” edward fitzgerald, rubaiyat of omar khayyam
Karenbeattie1: watch "live with edward fitzgerald" on
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The Winter Pear
 by William Allingham

Is always Age severe?
Is never Youth austere?
Spring-fruits are sour to eat;
Autumn's the mellow time.
Nay, very late in the year,
Short day and frosty rime,
Thought, like a winter pear,
Stone-cold in summer's prime,

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