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  • Song From The Waters
    Act I, scene iv, lines 259-72

    The swallow leaves her nest,
    The soul my weary breast; ...
  • From -torrismondâ? - In A Garden By Moonlight
    Veronica. COME then, a song; a winding gentle song,
    To lead me into sleep. Let it be low
    As zephyr, telling secrets to his rose,
    For I would hear the murmuring of my thoughts; ...
  • Song Of The Stygian Naiades
    Proserpine may pull her flowers,
    Wet with dew or wet with tears,
    Red with anger, pale with fears;
    Is it any fault of ours, ...
  • Let Dew The Flowers Fill
    LET dew the flowers fill;
    No need of fell despair,
    Though to the grave you bear
    One still of soul-but now too still, ...
  • Wolfram's Dirge
    IF thou wilt ease thine heart
    Of love and all its smart,
       Then sleep, dear, sleep;
    And not a sorrow ...
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Song 15 I Love You 13 Love 13 Soul 10 Heart 9 Sun 8 Rose 8 Light 8 Deep 7 Sleep 7

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Senays10: let us drink then, my raven of cairo. is that the wind dying? o no; it's only two devils, that blow through a murderer's bones, to and fro, in the ghosts' moonshine. -thomas lovell beddoes, "death's jest book", 1829
Englishmeigen_: if there were dreams to sell, what would you buy? - thomas lovell beddoes -
Englishmeigen_: if there were dreams to sell, what would you buy? - thomas lovell beddoes -
Cowboycoleridge: each in his own charms, death and hymen both are here; so up with scythe and torch, and to the old church porch, while all the bells ring clear: and rosy, rosy the bed shall bloom, and earthy, earthy heap up the tomb. thomas lovell beddoes
Book_addict: happy birthday to english poet/playwright thomas lovell beddoes (june 30,1803), author of “the bride’s tragedy” (1822)et al.
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