CONCLUSION POEMS

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Only You In Sight

Neither tea nor coffee
Nor wine nor whiskey
Just make yourself free
And come and sit with me.
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C K Rawat

C K Rawat
Recovery

A Last love,
proper in conclusion,
should snip the wings
forbidding further flight.
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Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou
People Like Candles

*PEOPLE LIKE CANDLES*

*"The world would have been a better domicile to dwell in, if our impediments are equally solved. But nay, some are like candles"* *paciolo pen saint*

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Paciolo Pen Saint

Paciolo Pen Saint
The Conclusion

Sleep not too much; nor longer than asleep
Within thy bed thy lazy body keep;
For when thou, warm awake, shall feel it soft,
Fond cogitations will assail thee oft:
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Francis Beaumont

Francis Beaumont
The Elder Brother.

Centrick, in London noise, and London follies,
Proud Covent Garden blooms, in smoky glory;
For chairmen, coffee-rooms, piazzas, dollies,
Cabbages, and comedians, fame'd in story!
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George Colman
Out Of The Watercolored Window, When You Look

When from the watercolored window idly you look
Each is but and clear to see, not steep:
So does the neat print in an actual book
Marching as if to true conclusion, reap
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Delmore Schwartz

Delmore Schwartz
Philology Recapitulates Ontology, Poetry Is Ontology

Faithful to your commandments, o consciousness, o

Holy bird of words soaring ever whether to nothingness or
to inconceivable fulfillment slowly:
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Delmore Schwartz

Delmore Schwartz
Money

An introductory lecture


This morning we shall spend a few minutes
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Howard Nemerov
A Hidden Life

Proudly the youth, sudden with manhood crowned,
Went walking by his horses, the first time,
That morning, to the plough. No soldier gay
Feels at his side the throb of the gold hilt
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George Macdonald

George Macdonald
On Station Farewells

IN parting from a dear old friend for months, perhaps, or years,
There's bound to be some bitter sobs, an' generally tears,
An' as a rule, the lovin' ones will gather round about
The station, softly cry in' while the train is pullin' out;
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Edgar Albert Guest

Edgar Albert Guest
Experience

--A COSTLY good ; that none e'er bought or sold
For gem, or pearl, or miser's store, twice told :
Save certain watery pearls, possessed by all,
Which, one by one, may buy it as they fall.
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Jane Taylor
The Lonesome Little Shoe

The clock was in ill humor; so was the vase. It was all on account of the little shoe that had been placed on the mantel-piece that day, and had done nothing but sigh dolorously all the afternoon and evening.

"Look you here, neighbor," quoth the clock, in petulant tones, "you are sadly mistaken if you think you will be permitted to disturb our peace and harmony with your constant sighs and groans. If you are ill, pray let us know; otherwise, have done with your manifestations of distress."

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Eugene Field

Eugene Field
The Thieves

Lovers in the act despense
With such meum-tuum sense
As might warningly reveal
What they must not pick or steal,
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Robert Graves

Robert Graves
The Abnormal Is Not Courage

The Poles rode out from Warsaw against the German
Tanks on horses. Rode knowing, in sunlight, with sabers,
A magnitude of beauty that allows me no peace.
And yet this poem would lessen that day. Question
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Jack Gilbert
A Pretty Woman

I

That fawn-skin-dappled hair of hers,
And the blue eye
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Robert Browning

Robert Browning
Balbus

I'll tell you the story of Balbus,
You know, him as builded a wall;
I'll tell you the reason he built it,
And the place where it happened an' all.
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Marriott Edgar
Gerontion

Thou hast nor youth nor age
But as it were an after dinner sleep
Dreaming of both.

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T. S. Eliot

T. S. Eliot
As Plan For Noon And Plan For Night

960

As plan for Noon and plan for Night
So differ Life and Death
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Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson
My Triumph Lasted Till The Drums

1227

My Triumph lasted till the Drums
Had left the Dead alone
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Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson
Lines In Reply To The Beautiful Poet Who Welcomed News Of Mcgonagall's Departure From Dundee

Dear Johnny, I return my thanks to you;
But more than thanks is your due
For publishing the scurrilous poetry about me
Leaving the Ancient City of Dundee.
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William Topaz Mcgonagall
My Father Was A Farmer: A Ballad

lly he bred me in decency and order, O;
He bade me act a manly part, though I had ne'er a farthing, O;
For without an honest manly heart, no man was worth regarding, O.

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Robert Burns

Robert Burns
The Lawyers' Ways

I ‘ve been list'nin' to them lawyers
In the court house up the street,
An' I ‘ve come to the conclusion
That I'm most completely beat.
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Paul Laurence Dunbar

Paul Laurence Dunbar
King Goodheart

There lived a King, as I've been told
In the wonder-working days of old,
When hearts were twice as good as gold,
And twenty times as mellow.
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William Schwenck Gilbert
An Epistle

From Joshua Ibn Vives of Allorqui to his Former Master, Solomon
Levi-Paul, de Santa-Maria, Bishop of Cartegna Chancellor of
Castile, and Privy Councillor to King Henry III. of Spain.

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Emma Lazarus

Emma Lazarus
Lines

Written impromptu, on reading the following passage in Mr.
Capel Lofft's beautiful and interesting Preface to Nathaniel
Bloomfield's Poems, just published:-”It has a mixture
of the sportive, which deepens the impression of its
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Henry Kirk White
The River Duddon - A Series Of Sonnets, 1820. - Xxxiii - Conclusion

But here no cannon thunders to the gale;
Upon the wave no haughty pendants cast
A crimson splendour: lowly is the mast
That rises here, and humbly spread, the sail;
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William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth
Retrospection

After C. S. C.
When the hunter-star Orion
(Or, it may be, Charles his Wain)
Tempts the tiny elves to try on
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Sir Arthur Quiller-couch
A Dedication To Gavin Hamilton, Esq.

EXPECT na, sir, in this narration,
A fleechin, fleth'rin Dedication,
To roose you up, an' ca' you guid,
An' sprung o' great an' noble bluid,
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Robert Burns

Robert Burns
Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. Finale

'Nunc plaudite!' the Student cried,
When he had finished; 'now applaud,
As Roman actors used to say
At the conclusion of a play;?
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Child Of The Islands - Conclusion

I.

MY lay is ended! closed the circling year,
From Spring's first dawn to Winter's darkling night;
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Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton

Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
The Lady Of La Garaye - Conclusion

PEACE to their ashes! Far away they lie,
Among their poor, beneath the equal sky.
Among their poor, who blessed them ere they went
For all the loving help and calm content.
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Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton

Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
Description Of A Lost Friend

FROM THE MORNING POST.

LOST--near the 'Change in the city,
(I saw there a girl that seemed pretty)
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Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton

Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
The Evening Company

Within the sitting-room, the company
Had been increased in number. Two or three
Young couples had been added: Emma King,
Ella and Mary Mathers--all could sing
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James Whitcomb Riley
The Horrors Of Majuba

'Twas after the great Majuba fight:
And the next morning, at daylight,
Captain Macbean's men were ordered to headquarters camp,
So immediately Captain Macbean and his men set out on tramp.
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William Topaz Mcgonagall
The Cook's Tale

THE Cook of London, while the Reeve thus spake,
For joy he laugh'd and clapp'd him on the back:
'Aha!' quoth he, 'for Christes passion,
This Miller had a sharp conclusion,
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Geoffrey Chaucer

Geoffrey Chaucer
Bonnie Dundee In 1878

Oh, Bonnie Dundee! I will sing in thy praise
A few but true simple lays,
Regarding some of your beauties of the present day
And virtually speaking, there's none can them gainsay;
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William Topaz Mcgonagall
The Queen's Jubilee Celebrations

'Twas in the year of 1897, and on the 22nd of June,
Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee in London caused a great boom;
Because high and low came from afar to see,
The grand celebrations at Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee.
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William Topaz Mcgonagall
The Heatherblend Club Banquet

'Twas on the 16th of October, in the year 1894,
I was invited to Inverness, not far from the sea shore,
To partake of a banquet prepared by the Heatherblend Club,
Gentlemen who honoured me without any hubbub.
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William Topaz Mcgonagall
A Ballad Sent To King Richard

Sometime this world was so steadfast and stable,
That man's word was held obligation;
And now it is so false and deceivable,
That word and work, as in conclusion,
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Geoffrey Chaucer

Geoffrey Chaucer
The Lawyers' Ways

I've been list'nin' to them lawyers
In the court house up the street,
An' I've come to the conclusion
That I'm most completely beat.
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Paul Laurence Dunbar

Paul Laurence Dunbar
Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 34

A man, professing to be a hermit in the desert of Syria, attended for years to his devotions and subsisted on the leaves of trees. A padshah, who had gone in that direction by way of pilgrimage, approached him and said: â??If thou thinkest proper, we shall prepare a place for thee in the town where thou wilt enjoy leisure for thy devotions and others may profit by thy spiritual advice as well as imitate thy good works.â?? The hermit refused compliance but the pillars of the State were of opinion that, in order to please the king, he ought to spend a few days in town to ascertain the state of the place; so that if he feared that the purity of his precious time might become turbid by association with strangers, he would still have the option to refuse compliance. It is related that the hermit entered the town where a private garden-house of the king, which was a heart-expanding and soul refreshing locality, had been prepared to receive him.

Its red roses were like the cheeks of belles,
Its hyacinths like the ringlets of mistresses
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Saadi Shirazi
The Piano Tuner-s Wife

That note comes clear, like water running clear,
Then the next higher note, and up and up
And more and more, with now and then a chord,
The highest notes like tapping a tile with a hammer,
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Karl Shapiro
Conclusion

The book of the Gulistan has been completed, and Allah had been invoked for aid! By the grace of the Almighty, may his name be honoured, throughout the work the custom of authors to insert verses from ancient writers by way of loan, has not been followed.

To adorn oneself with oneâ??s own rag
Is better than to ask for the loan of a robe.
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Saadi Shirazi
The Princess (the Conclusion)

So closed our tale, of which I give you all
The random scheme as wildly as it rose:
The words are mostly mine; for when we ceased
There came a minute's pause, and Walter said,
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Alfred Lord Tennyson

Alfred Lord Tennyson
Conclusion

Il est ! Mais nul cri d'homme ou d'ange, nul effroi,
Nul amour, nulle bouche, humble, tendre ou superbe,
Ne peut balbutier distinctement ce verbe !
Il est ! il est ! il est ! il est éperdument !
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Victor Marie Hugo
Guardian Angels

Brothers; even those of you who are already in the sear and yellow leaf, and full of years and iniquity,
Sometimes, I doubt not, let your thoughts go back to those days of antiquity
When mother tucked you into your little bed.
After your little prayers were said;
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Book Fourteenth [conclusion]

In one of those excursions (may they ne'er
Fade from remembrance!) through the Northern tracts
Of Cambria ranging with a youthful friend,
I left Bethgelert's huts at couching-time,
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William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth
I Ain't Dead Yet

Time was I used to worry and I'd sit around an' sigh,
And think with every ache I got that I was goin' to die,
I'd see disaster comin' from a dozen different ways
An' prophesy calamity an' dark and dreary days.
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Edgar Albert Guest

Edgar Albert Guest
Beautiful Torquay

All ye lovers of the picturesque, away
To beautiful Torquay and spend a holiday
'Tis health for invalids for to go there
To view the beautiful scenery and inhale the fragrant air,
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William Topaz Mcgonagall
A Simple, Cheerful Active Life On Earth

A simple, cheerful, active life on earth,
A cup Iâ??d not exchange for monarchâ??s chalice,
In noble forebearsâ?? tracks a path since birth,
With equal dignity in hut and palace,
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Nicolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig