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William Ernest Henley Poems
- Rhymes And Rhythms - Xxiv
(To A. C.)
What should the Trees, ...
- London Voluntaries - To Charles Whibley - Ii - Andante Con Moto
Forth from the dust and din,
The crush, the heat, the many-spotted glare,
The odour and sense of life and lust aflare,
The wrangle and jangle of unrests, ...
- To W. A. - Or Ever The Knightly Years Were Gone
Or ever the knightly years were gone
With the old world to the grave,
I was a King in Babylon
And you were a Christian Slave. ...
- London Types - Ii. Life-guardsman
Joy of the Milliner, Envy of the Line,
Star of the Parks, jack-booted, sworded, helmed,
He sits between his holsters, solid of spine;
Nor, as it seems, though WESTMINSTER were whelmed, ...
- Rhymes And Rhythms - Ix
'As like the Woman as you can',
(Thus the New Adam was beguiled)
'So shall you touch the Perfect Man',
(God in the Garden heard and smiled). ...
Top 10 most used topics by William Ernest HenleyLife 109 Heart 72 Death 69 World 69 Love 62 I Love You 62 Sweet 61 Good 58 Time 57 Night 56
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- Holyganjatarian: i am the captain of my soul - invictus by william ernest henley
- Copycuratore: i am the master of my fate: i am the captain of my soul. （william ernest henley / invictus）
- Duiker_: "invictus". william ernest henley
- Bushidoquotes: beyond this place of wrath and tears looms but the horror of the shade, and yet the menace of the years finds and shall find me unafraid. - william ernest henley
- Ttdarkie: it matters not how strait the gate, how charged with punishments the scroll; i am the master of my fate: i am the captain of my soul. - william ernest henley