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  • Astrophel And Stella - Sonnet Lvi
    Fy, schoole of Patience, fy! your Lesson is
    Far, far too long to learne it without booke:
    What, a whole weeke without one peece of looke,
    And thinke I should not your large precepts misse! ...
  • Astrophel And Stella - Sonnet Cviii
    When Sorrow (vsing mine owne fiers might)
    Melts downe his lead into my boyling brest
    Through that darke furnace to my hart opprest,
    There shines a ioy from thee my only light: ...
  • Astrophel And Stella - Sonnet Lxxxv
    I see the house, (my heart thy selfe containe!)
    Beware full sailes drowne not thy tottring barge,
    Least ioy, by nature apt sprites to enlarge,
    Thee to thy wracke beyond thy limits straine; ...
  • Astrophel And Stella - Sonnet Xliv
    My words I know do well set forth my minde;
    My mind bemones his sense of inward smart;
    Such smart may pitie claim of any hart;
    Her heart, sweet heart, is of no tygres kind: ...
  • Astrophel And Stella - Sonnet Xxxvii
    My mouth doth water, and my breast doth swell,
    My tongue doth itch, my thoughts in labour be:
    Listen then, lordings, with good ear to me,
    For of my life I must a riddle tell. ...
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Republic And Motherland
 by Alfred Noyes

(Written after entering New York Harbor at Daybreak)

Up the vast harbor with the morning sun
The ship swept in from sea;
Gigantic towers arose, the night was done,
And--there stood Liberty.

Silent, the great torch lifted in one hand,

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