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Least Rivers -- docile to some sea. My Caspian -- thee.
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Lest they should come -- is all my fear When sweet incarcerated here
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Musicians wrestle everywhere -- All day -- among the crowded air I hear the silver strife -- And -- walking -- long before the morn -- Such transport breaks upon the town I think it that "New Life"! If is not Bird -- it has no nest -- Nor "Band" -- in brass and scarlet -- drest -- Nor Tamborin -- nor Man -- It is not Hymn from pulpit read -- The "Morning Stars" the Treble led On Time's first Afternoon! Some -- say -- it is "the Spheres" -- at play! Some say that bright Majority Of vanished Dames -- and Men! Some -- think it service in the place Where we -- with late -- celestial face -- Please God -- shall Ascertain!
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My Maker -- let me be Enamored most of thee -- But nearer this I more should miss --
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No matter where the Saints abide, They make their Circuit fair Behold how great a Firmament Accompanies a Star.
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Not that he goes -- we love him more Who led us while he stayed. Beyond earth's trafficking frontier, For what he moved, he made.
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Now I lay thee down to Sleep -- I pray the Lord thy Dust to keep -- And if thou live before thou wake -- I pray the Lord thy Soul to make --
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Of so divine a Loss We enter but the Gain, Indemnity for Loneliness That such a Bliss has been.
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One Life of so much Consequence! Yet I -- for it -- would pay -- My Soul's entire income -- In ceaseless -- salary -- One Pearl -- to me -- so signal -- That I would instant dive -- Although -- I knew -- to take it -- Would cost me -- just a life! The Sea is full -- I know it! That -- does not blur my Gem! It burns -- distinct from all the row -- Intact -- in Diadem! The life is thick -- I know it! Yet -- not so dense a crowd -- But Monarchs -- are perceptible -- Far down the dustiest Road!
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Partake as doth the Bee, Abstemiously. The Rose is an Estate -- In Sicily.
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Prayer is the little implement Through which Men reach Where Presence -- is denied them. They fling their Speech By means of it -- in God's Ear -- If then He hear -- This sums the Apparatus Comprised in Prayer --
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Proud of my broken heart, since thou didst break it, Proud of the pain I did not feel till thee, Proud of my night, since thou with moons dost slake it, Not to partake thy passion, my humility. Thou can'st not boast, like Jesus, drunken without companion Was the strong cup of anguish brewed for the Nazarene Thou can'st not pierce tradition with the peerless puncture, See! I usurped thy crucifix to honor mine!
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Purple -- is fashionable twice -- This season of the year, And when a soul perceives itself To be an Emperor.
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Soft as the massacre of Suns By Evening's Sabres slain
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Sometimes with the Heart Seldom with the Soul Scarcer once with the Might Few -- love at all.
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Soul, take thy risk. With Death to be Were better than be not With thee
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Split the Lark -- and you'll find the Music -- Bulb after Bulb, in Silver rolled -- Scantilly dealt to the Summer Morning Saved for your Ear when Lutes be old. Loose the Flood -- you shall find it patent -- Gush after Gush, reserved for you -- Scarlet Experiment! Sceptic Thomas! Now, do you doubt that your Bird was true?
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The Butterfly's Numidian Gown With spots of Burnish roasted on Is proof against the Sun Yet prone to shut its spotted Fan And panting on a Clover lean As if it were undone --
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The fairest Home I ever knew Was founded in an Hour By Parties also that I knew A spider and a Flower -- A manse of mechlin and of Floes --
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The first Day that I was a Life I recollect it -- How still -- That last Day that I was a Life I recollect it -- as well -- 'Twas stiller -- though the first Was still -- "Twas empty -- but the first Was full -- This -- was my finallest Occasion -- But then My tenderer Experiment Toward Men -- "Which choose I"? That -- I cannot say -- "Which choose They"? Question Memory!
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The Flake the Wind exasperate More eloquently lie Than if escorted to its Down By Arm of Chivalry.
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The longest day that God appoints Will finish with the sun. Anguish can travel to its stake, And then it must return.
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The name -- of it -- is "Autumn" -- The hue -- of it -- is Blood -- An Artery -- upon the Hill -- A Vein -- along the Road -- Great Globules -- in the Alleys -- And Oh, the Shower of Stain -- When Winds -- upset the Basin -- And spill the Scarlet Rain -- It sprinkles Bonnets -- far below -- It gathers ruddy Pools -- Then -- eddies like a Rose -- away -- Upon Vermilion Wheels --
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