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  Literary Colonel

On No Work Of Words

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To take to give is all, return what is hungrily given

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Should Lanterns Shine

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I have been told to reason by the heart, But heart, like head, leads helplessly

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Out Of The Sighs

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Out of the sighs a little comes, But not of grief, for I have knocked down that

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Once Below A Time

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In common clay clothes disguised as scales

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This Bread I Break

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Once in this bread The oat was merry in the wind; Man broke the sun, pulled the wind down.

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The Bells Of San Blas

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What say the Bells of San Blas To the ships that southward pass From the harbor of Mazatlan?

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The Cumberland

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On board of the Cumberland sloop-of-war

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The Angler's Song

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On the dim and misty lakes Gloriously the morning breaks, And the eagle's on his cloud:--

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Suspiria

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Take them, O Death! and bear away Whatever thou canst call thine own! Thine image, stamped upon th...

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The Dwarves

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Loke sat and thought, till his dark eyes gleam

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Love One Another

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Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music.

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Love Is A Magic Ray

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Love is a magic ray

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The Sleep-Walkers

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One night, while silence enfolded the world, the woman and her Daughter, walking, yet asleep, met in...

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On Giving And Taking

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Giving and Taking to carry to her son before he should go to the temple.

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The Hymn Of Man

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I was, And I am. So shall I be to the end of time, For I am without end.

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The Scarecrow

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Once I said to a scarecrow, 'You must be tired of standing in this lonely field.'

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On Friendship

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Your friend is your needs answered

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Give Me The Flute

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Forest is the abode of life, and were the days gathered in my hand,

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Hutch

The leaves wept in her hair as she sank to a pit of needles

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The Fury Of Rain Storms

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The rain drums down like red ants, each bouncing off my window. The ants are in great pain

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The Balance Wheel

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Where I waved at the sky And waited your love through a February sleep,

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The Children

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Yet if I could listen to the bulldog courage of those children and turn inward into the plague of ...

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The Road Back

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There is no word for time. Today we will not think to number another summer

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On Recollection

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Thrice blest the man, who, in her sacred shrine, Feels himself shelter'd from the wrath divine!

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An Hymn To The Evening

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SOON as the sun forsook the eastern main The pealing thunder shook the heav'nly plain;

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Ode To Neptune

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To court thee to Britannia's arms Serene the climes and mild the sky,

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Goliath Of Gath

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YE martial pow'rs, and all ye tuneful nine,

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To The University Of Cambridge

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While an intrinsic ardor prompts to write, The muses promise to assist my pen;

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To My Fairy Fancies

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In life's high and lonely places. Fairy fancies, fly away

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The Illusion Of Love

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And as all men deem, dearest, you may be Only a common shell

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To Youth

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Ah, fickle friend, must I, who yesterday Dreamed forwards to long, undimmed ecstasy,

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The Snake Charmer

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I'll feed thee, O beloved, on milk and wild red honey, I'll bear thee in a basket of rushes, green ...

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The Gift Of India

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Rich gifts of raiment or grain or gold? Lo ! I have flung to the East and the West

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Memoirs Of A Spinach-Picker

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hey called the place Lookout Farm. Back then, the sun Didn't go down in such a hurry. How it Lit ...

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Spider

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Anansi, black busybody of the folktales, You scuttle out on impulse Blunt in self-interest

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The Great Carbuncle

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Estranged, changed, suspended where Angels are rumoured, clearly

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Blue Moles

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They're out of the dark's ragbag, these two Moles dead in the pebbled rut, Shapeless as flung glov...

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Pheasant

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I am not mystical: it isn't As if I thought it had a spirit. It is simply in its element.

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The Results Of Thought

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What images are these That turn dull-eyed away, Or Shift Time's filthy load

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Veronica's Napkin

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THE Heavenly Circuit; Berenice's Hair; Tent-pole of Eden; the tent's drapery;

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The Realists

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HOPE that you may understand! What can books of men that wive

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The Seven Sages

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Mimicking what they heard, as children mimic; They understood that wisdom comes of beggary.

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The Three Monuments

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THEY hold their public meetings where Our most renowned patriots stand, One among the birds of the...

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Temple Bells Die Out

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Temple bells die out. The fragrant blossoms remain. A perfect evening!

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Cedar Umbrellas

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Cedar umbrellas, off to Mount Yoshimo for the cherry blossoms.

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By The Old Temple

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By the old temple, peach blossoms; a man treading rice.

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All The Day Long

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All the day long- Yet not long enough for the skylark, Singing, singing.

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Now The Swinging Bridge

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Now the swinging bridge is quieted with creepers like our tendrilled life

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SOS (Save Our Sons)

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We Black men of England Too proud to cry for shame, Let's cry a sea

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Eat Your Words

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I am a veggie table A table made of veg, There’s so much fruit upon me

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The Death Of Joy Gardner

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They put a leather belt around her 13 feet of tape and bound her Handcuffs to secure her And only...

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Ride

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We first met on a golden night As the moon radiated love light

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Vegan Steven's Vegan Clothes

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Wearing nothing I say But some cabbage leaves With a few peas on.

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The Bridge

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Between now and now, between I am and you are, the word bridge.

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Spaces

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Space No center, no above, no below Ceaselessly devouring and engendering itself Whirlpool space

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Touch

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My hands Open the curtains of your being

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Counterparts

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In my body you search the mountain for the sun buried in its forest.

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Summit And Gravity

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There's a motionless tree And another one coming forward A river of trees

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The First Night

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Before I opened you, Jiménez, it never occurred to me that day and night

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Some Days

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Some days I put the people in their places at the table, bend their legs at the knees, if they com...

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Writing In The Afterlife

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I imagined the atmosphere would be clear, shot with pristine light, not this sulphurous haze,

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Morning

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Dictionary and atlas open on the rug, The typewriter waiting for the key of the head

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Workshop

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I might as well begin by saying how much I like the title. It gets me right away because I'm in a w...

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The Landau

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There was a landau deep and wide, Cushioned for Sleep's own self to sit on--

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The Ballad Of Fisher's Boardin

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They lied about the purple Sea That gave them scanty bread,

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The Last Chantey

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Thus said The Lord in the Vault above the Cherubim Calling to the Angels and the Souls in their deg...

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Hymn of Breaking Strain

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The Gods have no such feeling Of justice toward mankind.

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The Parting Of The Column

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We'll never read the papers now without inquirin' first For word from all those friendly drops wher...

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Winter Floods Showers Spring

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What winter floods, what showers of spring Have drenched the grass by night and day;

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She Dried Tears They Did Smile

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She dried her tears, and they did smile To see her cheeks’ returning glow;

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O Come With Me

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O come with me, thus ran the song, The moon is bright in Autumn’s sky

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All Hushed Still Within House

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But something whispers to my mind, Through rain and through the wailing wind

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The Separation

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May she eat blood-soaked food, and with gory lips Drink from the bitter cup filled with gall

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The Love Of Boys

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Each has his own glory: let despised lovers consult me: My doors are open wide to everyone.

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Illness In Phaecia

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All promised my return: yet nothing deterred her From weeping and brooding on my journey.

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A Plea To Delia

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More wine: and let new pain be lessened By the grape, so that sleep might quell my weary eyes

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The True Life

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Let other men gather bright gold to themselves And own many acres of well-ploughed soil

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खून क्यों सफेद हो गया?

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बात बनाएं, बिगड़ गई. दूध में दरार पड़ गई.

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