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In the cave which wild weeds cover, 532
In the great morning of the world, 44
In the sweet solitude of this calm place, the
Is not to-day enough? Why do I peer, 531
It floats with rainbow pinions o'er the stre
It lieth, gazing on the midnight sky, 529
Let those who pine in pride or in revenge, 545
Life of Life! thy lips enkindle, 273
Listen, listen, Mary mine, 507
MADONNA, wherefore hast thou sent to me, 570
Maiden, quench the glare of sorrow, 670
Melodious Arethusa, o'er my verse, 637
Men of England, wherefore plough, 522
Methought I was a billow in the crowd, 567
Mighty eagle! thou that soarest, 500
Mine eyes were dim with tears unshed, 485
Month after month the gathered rains descend,
Moonbeam, leave the shadowy vale, 66
Muse, sing the deeds of golden Aphrodite, 620
Music, when soft voices die, 571
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My Song, I fear that thou wilt find but few,
My soul is an enchanted boat, 273
NIGHT, with all thine eyes look down, 575
Night! with all thine eyes look down, 576
Now the last day of many days, 595
O Bacchus, what a world of toil, both now, 621
O, follow, follow, 2015
O happy Earth! reality of Heaven, 33
O happy Earth! reality of Heaven, 75
Swifter far than summer's flight, 573
O mighty mind, in whose deep stream this age,
gloomy path, 681
Palace-roof of cloudless nights, 525
Tell me, thou star, whose wings of light, 560
4, 539 elling-pow, 4ke, 539
Silver key of the fountain of tears, 500
They die-the dead return not-Misery, 503
Were it not a sweet refuge, Emily, 413
WAKE the serpent not-lest he, 532
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