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  • A Song. To The Moon
    Thou, lamp! the gods benignly gave,
    To light a lover on his way;
    Thou, Moon! along the silv'ry wave,
    Ah! safe this flutt'ring heart convey: - ...
  • In Devonshire
    Tell me, thou grotto! o'er whose brow are seen
    Projecting plumes, and shades of deep'ning green, -
    While not a sound disturbs thy stony hall,
    While all thy dewy drops forget to fall, - ...
  • Lines To Sir Robert Ker Porter, Knight Of The Imperial Order Of St. Joachim
    Upon His Approaching Nuptials With The Princess Shebatoff.

    To save the credit of the dame, ...
  • Lines To Study
    O Study! while thy lovers raise
    Thy name with all the pow'r of praise,
    Frown not, thou nymph with piercing mind!
    If in this bosom thou should'st find ...
  • Lines Written At Brighton
    From Mirth's bright circle, from the giddy throng,
    How sweet it is to steal away at eve,
    To listen to the homeward fisher's song,
    Whilst dark the waters of the ocean heave; - ...
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Sweet 33 Tear 21 Shade 21 Mind 18 I Love You 17 Love 17 Long 17 Charm 14 Soul 14 Gentle 14

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