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William Watson Poems

  • A Song Of Three Singers

    Wave and wind and willow-tree
    Speak a speech that no man knoweth; ...
  • Lines In A Flyleaf Of 'christabel'
    Inhospitably hast thou entertained,
    O Poet, us the bidden to thy board,
    Whom in mid-feast, and while our thousand mouths
    Are one laudation of the festal cheer, ...
  • Vanishings
    As one whose eyes have watched the stricken day
    Swoon to its crimson death adown the sea,
    Turning his face to eastward suddenly
    Sees a lack-lustre world all chill and gray,- ...
  • The Princes' Quest - Part The First
    There was a time, it passeth me to say
    How long ago, but sure 'twas many a day
    Before the world had gotten her such store
    Of foolish wisdom as she hath,-before ...
  • Lachrymæ Musarum
    Low, like another's, lies the laurelled head:
    The life that seemed a perfect song is o'er:
    Carry the last great bard to his last bed.
    Land that he loved, thy noblest voice is mute. ...
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World 43 Sea 35 Soul 35 Night 35 Life 34 Time 33 Heart 30 Great 30 Rose 27 Earth 26

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Charles Wesley Poem
Sinners, Obey The Gospel-Word!
 by Charles Wesley

Sinners, obey the gospel-word!
Haste to the supper of my Lord!
Be wise to know your gracious day;
All things are ready, come away!

Ready the Father is to own
And kiss his late-returning son;
Ready your loving Saviour stands,

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