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  • Absence
    'Tis not the loss of love's assurance,
    It is not doubting what thou art,
    But 'tis the too, too long endurance
    Of absence, that afflicts my heart. ...
  • Lines - Written On Visiting A Scene In Argyleshire
    At the silence of twilight's contemplative hour,
    I have mused in a sorrowful mood,
    On the wind-shaken weeds that embosom the bower,
    Where the home of my forefathers stood. ...
  • The Brave Roland
    The brave Roland! the brave Roland!
    False tidings reached the Rhenish strand
    That he had fallen in fight;
    And thy faithful bosom swooned with pain, ...
  • Song - Men Of England
    Men of England! who inherit
    Rights that cost your sires their blood!
    Men whose undegenerate spirit
    Has been proved on field and flood: ...
  • The Traveller
    Excerpt from "Gertrude Of Wyoming"

    Apart there was a deep untrodden grot, ...
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Heaven 19 Heart 18 I Love You 17 Deep 17 Love 17 Wild 17 Death 16 Sun 15 Time 14 Sweet 14

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The Wanderings of Oisin: Book II
 by William Butler Yeats

Now, man of croziers, shadows called our names
And then away, away, like whirling flames;
And now fled by, mist-covered, without sound,
The youth and lady and the deer and hound;
'Gaze no more on the phantoms,' Niamh said,
And kissed my eyes, and, swaying her bright head
And her bright body, sang of faery and man
Before God was or my old line began;

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