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To Late – Richard Harris Barham

Too late! though flowerets round me blow,  And clearing skies shine bright and fair;  Their genial warmth avails not now —  Thou art not here the beam to share.  Through many a dark and dreary day,  We journeyed on ‘midst … Continue reading

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Though You are Wise, Be as a Fool – Lalleshwari

Though you are wise, be as a fool;  Though you can see, be as one blind;  Though you can hear, be as one deaf;  Patiently bear with all you meet,  and politely talk to eveyone.  This practice surely will lead … Continue reading

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Rainbow of my Life – Tulsi Shrestha

Indeed, you are rainbow of my life  You are vision of my own eye – sight  You are true destination of my flight  Above all, are root cause of delight.  You are sweet voice of my rejoice  Aren’t you a … Continue reading

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The Fairie’s Fair – Zora Bernice May Cross

Who’s that dancing on the moonlight air,  Heel tapping, Toe-heel rapping?  Oberon opening the fairies’ fair  To jig away sorrow on the grave of Care. Come along, old folk, cold fork, bold folk,  Drop your shears at the midnight stroke.  … Continue reading

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The Little Mute Boy – Federico García Lorca

The litle boy was looking for his voice.  (The King of the crickets had it.)  In a drop of water  the little boy was looking for his voice.  I do not want it for speaking with;  I will make a … Continue reading

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Sonnet LIX – Edmund Spenser

THrise happie she, that is so well assured  Vnto her selfe and setled so in hart:  that nether will for better be allured,  ne feard with worse to any chaunce to start,  But like a steddy ship doth strongly part  … Continue reading

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