George Canning Fear Poems

  • 1.
    What holy rites Mohammed's laws ordain,
    What various duties bind his faithful train,--
    What pious zeal his scatter'd tribes unites
    In fix'd observance of these holy rites,--
  • 2.
    Come, sportive Muse, with plume satiric,
    Describe each lawless, bold empiric,
    Who, with the Blue and Buffs' sad crew,
    Now stripp'd in buff, shall look so blue.
  • 3.
    Unrivall'd Greece! thou ever honor'd name,
    Thou nurse of heroes dear to deathless fame!
    Though now to worth, to honor all unknown,
    Thy lustre faded, and thy glories flown;
  • 4.
    If hush'd the loud whirlwind that ruffled the deep,
    The sky, if no longer dark tempests deform;
    When our perils are past, shall our gratitude sleep?
    No!--Here's to the Pilot who weather'd the storm!
  • 5.
    "Ambubaiarum Collegia Pharmacopeiæ."

Total 5 Fear Poems by George Canning

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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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