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  • Sing Something Sweet
    Prythee, sing something sweet to me-you that can play
    First and second at once. Then I too will essay
    To croak on the pipes: and yon lad shall salute
    Our ears with a melody breathed through his flute. ...
  • Hylas
    Not for us only, Nicias, (vain the dream,)
    Sprung from what god soe'er, was Eros born:
    Not to us only grace doth graceful seem,
    Frail things who wot not of the coming morn. ...
  • The Battle Of The Bards
    Goats, from a shepherd who stands here, from Lacon, keep away:
    Sibyrtas owns him; and he stole my goatskin yesterday.
  • A Statue Of Figwood
    For yon oaken avenue, swain, you must steer,
    Where a statue of figwood, you'll see, has been set:
    It has never been barked, has three legs and no ear;
    But I think there is life in the patriarch yet. ...
  • For A Tripod Erected By Damoteles To Bacchus
    The precentor Damoteles, Bacchus, exalts
    Your tripod, and, sweetest of deities, you.
    He was champion of men, if his boyhood had faults;
    And he ever loved honour and seemliness too....
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Love 10 I Love You 10 Sweet 9 Never 9 Wild 9 Young 8 High 7 Sake 7 Bring 7 Mother 7

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 by Matthew Arnold

We cannot kindle when we will
The fire which in the heart resides;
The spirit bloweth and is still,
In mystery our soul abides.
But tasks in hours of insight will'd
Can be through hours of gloom fulfill'd.

With aching hands and bleeding feet

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