Smile poems

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Cumnor Hall

© William Mickle

The dews of summer nighte did falle, The moone (sweete regente of the skye)Silver'd the walles of Cumnor Halle, And manye an oake that grewe therebye.

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B- / C+

© McGimpsey David

This is a most interesting paper,David

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There Is No Death

© McCreery John Luckey

There is no death! The stars go down To rise upon some other shore,And bright in heaven's jeweled crown They shine for evermore.

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The Wind Our Enemy

© Marriott Anne

Windflattening its gaunt furious self againstthe naked siding, knifing in the woundsof time, pausing to tear aside the lastold scab of paint.

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The Songs of Selma

© James Macpherson

ARGUMENTAddress to the evening star

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Dat Leetle Box

© MacDonald Wilson Pugsley

I leev' me turty year alone; Dat ees a lonely life--A bachelor, dat's wat dey call De man who has no wife.

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Horatius

© Macaulay Thomas Babington

A LAY MADE ABOUT THE YEAR OF THE CITY CCCLX.

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To a Spider

© Linton William James

Spider! Spider! hid from sightTill some hapless fly alight,What fore-thoughtful brain and eyeFashion'd thy web's nice symmetry?

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The Sleeper of the Valley

© Lewisohn Lugwig

There's a green hollow where a river singsSilvering the torn grass in its glittering flight,And where the sun from the proud mountain flingsFire and the little valley brims with light.

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To Lallie

© Amy Levy

UP those Museum steps you came,And straightway all my blood was flame, O Lallie, Lallie !

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The Mosquito

© David Herbert Lawrence

When did you start your tricksMonsieur?

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Cruelty and Love / Love on the Farm

© David Herbert Lawrence

Version 1 (1913)1.2Lifted, grasping the golden light1.3Which weaves its way through the creeper leaves1.4 To my heart's delight?