ROMEO POEMS

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Unfaded Love

When you close your eyes
I see the beauty of a real black woman
blazing like the bright light from heaven

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Tafsir Fofanah

Tafsir Fofanah
Desire

The first time I saw you
I didn't really like you
For the reason that
I am afraid to love you
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Lynda

Lynda
A Manager's Perplexities

Were I a king in very truth,
And had a son - a guileless youth -
In probable succession;
To teach him patience, teach him tact,
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William Schwenck Gilbert
Cartoon Fun ????

Crazy Tracy makes you happy,
Cedric,Jakie makes you naughty.
Magic wagic makes you mesmerized.
Tom and Jerry Christmas Mary hahahahaha!
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Rajlakshmithirugnanam

Rajlakshmithirugnanam
Marburg

I quivered. I flared up, and then was extinguished.
I shook. I had made a proposal - but late,
Too late. I was scared, and she had refused me.
I pity her tears, am more blessed than a saint.
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Boris Pasternak

Boris Pasternak
Drama's Vitallest Expression Is The Common Day

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Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day
That arise and set about Us-
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Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson
It's Not Going To Happen Again

I have known the most dear that is granted us here,
More supreme than the gods know above,
Like a star I was hurled through the sweet of the world,
And the height and the light of it, Love.
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Rupert Brooke

Rupert Brooke
Fragment: Modern Love

And what is love? It is a doll dress'd up
For idleness to cosset, nurse, and dandle;
A thing of soft misnomers, so divine
That silly youth doth think to make itself
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John Keats

John Keats
Mai

'Du skiønne Mai! af Dig jeg veed,
At Poesie er Kiærlighed.'

*
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Hans Christian Andersen
Romeo And Juliet

If you will die for me,
I will die for you
and our graves will be like two lovers washing
their clothes together
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Richard Brautigan
The Borough. Letter Xii: Players

These are monarchs none respect,
Heroes, yet an humbled crew,
Nobles, whom the crowd correct,
Wealthy men, whom duns pursue;
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George Crabbe

George Crabbe
Perfection

THIS rose, to which each dawn anew
Come bees to fill their honey-sacks,
Though sweet in shape, and scent, and hue,
Perfection lacks.
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Roderic Quinn
Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 1. Interlude Ii.

Soon as the story reached its end,
One, over eager to commend,
Crowned it with injudicious praise;
And then the voice of blame found vent,
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Juliet's Soliloquy

cold fear thrills through my veins
That almost freezes up the heat of life:
I'll call them back again to comfort me;--
Nurse!--What should she do here?
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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare
The Old Player

THE curtain rose; in thunders long and loud
The galleries rung; the veteran actor bowed.
In flaming line the telltales of the stage
Showed on his brow the autograph of age;
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Oliver Wendell Holmes
The Romantic Age

This one is entering her teens,
Ripe for sentimental scenes,
Has picked a gangling unripe male,
Sees herself in bridal veil,
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Ogden Nash
Jewelled Offering

Jewelled offering bring I none,
Jade or pearl or precious stone,
Urn of crystal, bale of spice,
Unguent culled in Paradise,
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Wilfrid Scawen Blunt

Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Lines On Stratford

Our Canadian County Perth
Commemorates great bard of earth ;
Stratford and Avon both are here,
And they enshrine the name Shakespeare.
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James Mcintyre
The Fire At Ross's Farm

The squatter saw his pastures wide
Decrease, as one by one
The farmers moving to the west
Selected on his run;
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Henry Lawson

Henry Lawson
O Maytime Woods!

From the idyll 'Wild Thorn and Lily'

O Maytime woods! O Maytime lanes and hours!
And stars, that knew how often there at night
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Madison Julius Cawein

Madison Julius Cawein
Earth And Moon

I Saw the day like some great monarch die,
Gold-couched, behind the clouds' rich tapestries.
Then, purple-sandaled, clad in silences
Of sleep, through halls of skyey lazuli,
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Madison Julius Cawein

Madison Julius Cawein
The Burden Of Desire

In some glad way I know thereof:
A garden glows down in my heart,
Wherein I meet and often part
With many an ancient tale of love
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Madison Julius Cawein

Madison Julius Cawein
Poems - The New Edition - Preface

In two small volumes of Poems, published anonymously, one in 1849, the other in 1852, many of the Poems which compose the present volume have already appeared. The rest are now published for the first time.

I have, in the present collection, omitted the Poem from which the volume published in 1852 took its title. I have done so, not because the subject of it was a Sicilian Greek born between two and three thousand years ago, although many persons would think this a sufficient reason. Neither have I done so because I had, in my own opinion, failed in the delineation which I intended to effect. I intended to delineate the feelings of one of the last of the Greek religious philosophers, one of the family of Orpheus and Musaeus, having survived his fellows, living on into a time when the habits of Greek thought and feeling had begun fast to change, character to dwindle, the influence of the Sophists to prevail. Into the feelings of a man so situated there entered much that we are accustomed to consider as exclusively modern; how much, the fragments of Empedocles himself which remain to us are sufficient at least to indicate. What those who are familiar only with the great monuments of early Greek genius suppose to be its exclusive characteristics, have disappeared; the calm, the cheerfulness, the disinterested objectivity have disappeared: the dialogue of the mind with itself has commenced; modern problems have presented themselves; we hear already the doubts, we witness the discouragement, of Hamlet and of Faust.

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Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold
Our Minds Are Married, But We Are Too Young

Our minds are married, but we are too young
For wedlock by the customs of this age
When parent homes pen each in separte cage
And only supper-earning songs are sung.
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George Orwell (eric Arthur Blair)
Flute-music, With An Accompaniment

He. Ah, the bird-like fluting
Through the ash-tops yonder,
Bullfinch-bubblings, soft sounds suiting
What sweet thoughts, I wonder?
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Robert Browning

Robert Browning
It's Not Going To Happen Again

I have known the most dear that is granted us here,
More supreme than the gods know above,
Like a star I was hurled through the sweet of the world,
And the height and the light of it, Love.
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Rupert Brooke

Rupert Brooke
Ballade Of Dead Actors - I. M. Edward John Henley (1861-1898)

Where are the passions they essayed,
And where the tears they made to flow?
Where the wild humours they portrayed
For laughing worlds to see and know?
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William Ernest Henley

William Ernest Henley
Earth And Moon.

I Saw the day like some great monarch die,
Gold-couched, behind the clouds' rich tapestries.
Then, purple-sandaled, clad in silences
Of sleep, through halls of skyey lazuli,
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Madison Julius Cawein

Madison Julius Cawein
Vaudracour And Julia

O HAPPY time of youthful lovers (thus
My story may begin) O balmy time,
In which a love-knot on a lady's brow
Is fairer than the fairest star in heaven!
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William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth
The Play

Wot's in a name? -- she sez . . . An' then she sighs,
An' clasps 'er little 'ands, an' rolls 'er eyes.
'A rose,' she sez, 'be any other name
Would smell the same.
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?

I see thee still in doublet wide,
And hose well kept, a world too slack,
So long and lean thou wert allied,
It struck me, with that curious back,
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Edward George Dyson
Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?

I see thee still in doublet wide,
And hose well kept, a world too slack,
So long and lean thou wert allied,
It struck me, with that curious back,
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Edward Dyson
Players

And after all -- and after all,
   Our passionate prayers, and sighs, and tears,
Is life a reckless carnival?
   And are they lost, our golden years?
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Victor James Daley
Enfermedades De La Ninez

A una boca vendida,
a una infame boca,
cuando sintió el impulso que en la vida
a locuras supremas nos provoca,
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Jose Asuncion Silva
Fabien Dei Franchi

(To my Friend Henry Irving)

The silent room, the heavy creeping shade,
The dead that travel fast, the opening door,
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Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde
The Fire At Ross's Farm

The squatter saw his pastures wide
Decrease, as one by one
The farmers moving to the west
Selected on his run;
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Henry Lawson

Henry Lawson
Ballade Of Dead Actors

-I. M. Edward John Henley (1861-1898)


Where are the passions they essayed,
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William Ernest Henley

William Ernest Henley
The Crystal

At midnight, death's and truth's unlocking time,
When far within the spirit's hearing rolls
The great soft rumble of the course of things-
A bulk of silence in a mask of sound,-
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Sidney Lanier

Sidney Lanier
The Lyric Rose.

What other work in the world have I
Than but to sing my song, and die?
No other work of hate or love
For hell below or heaven above!
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Robert Crawford
Forsaking All Others Part 3

I

THERE was an instant when he might have said
He could not see the lady; but instead
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Alice Duer Miller
An Address To Shakespeare

Immortal! William Shakespeare, there's none can you excel,
You have drawn out your characters remarkably well,
Which is delightful for to see enacted upon the stage
For instance, the love-sick Romeo, or Othello, in a rage;
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William Topaz Mcgonagall
Stella Maris

Why is it I remember yet
You, of all women one has met
In random wayfare, as one meets
The chance romances of the streets,
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Arthur Symons
Roses And Gasoline

'A rose by any other name would smell as sweet,'
Cried Romeo once, and truth he spoke I own;
And we should smell the autos down the street
Though gasoline were labeled French cologne.
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Edgar Albert Guest

Edgar Albert Guest
Drama's Vitallest Expression Is The Common Day

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Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day
That arise and set about Us—
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Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson
In Verona.

Juliet will never rise
In her passion's paradise;
Dust is in her ears and eyes.
And time too, as all men know,
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Robert Crawford
Lines Suggested By The Fourteenth Of February - I

Ere the morn the East has crimsoned,
When the stars are twinkling there,
(As they did in Watts's Hymns, and
Made him wonder what they were
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Charles Stuart Calverley
Villeggiature

My window, framed in pear-tree bloom,
White-curtained shone, and softly lighted:
So, by the pear-tree, to my room
Your ghost last night climbed uninvited.
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Edith Nesbit

Edith Nesbit
A Woman’s Pain; She Just Wants To Be Free

Such is a woman’s pain; she just wants to be free.

They say love is a beautiful thing
But how can I love?
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Victoria James

Victoria James
Diurnal

I

A molten ruby clear as wine
Along the east the dawning swims;
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Madison Julius Cawein

Madison Julius Cawein
Stratford

Our Canadian county Perth,
Commemorates great bard of earth,
Stratford and Avon both are here,
And they enshrine the name Shakespeare.
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James Mcintyre