Tag Archives: English Literature

poem – sad love story

Two lovers in a parlor Who have just sat down to eat But they’re being watched From across the street Her jealous ex-husband With a photographic lens Quickly snapping pictures As she’s kissing him His blood is now boiling As … Continue reading

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poem – happy & sad

Happy and Sad – never come together They are very different in nature, Happy is very cute, always smiling Sad is just opposite, very depressing…. Sad is very jealous of Happy The moment sad is in, Happy feels unsteady… When … Continue reading

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poem – kate kearney

WHY doth the maiden turn away From voice so sweet, and words so dear? Why doth the maiden turn away When love and flattery woo her ear? And rarely that enchanted twain Whisper in woman’s ear in vain. Why doth … Continue reading

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poem – the sheperd boy

LIKE some vision olden Of far other time, When the age was golden, In the young world’s prime Is thy soft pipe ringing, O lonely shepherd boy, What song art thou singing, In thy youth and joy? Or art thou … Continue reading

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OH lone and lovely solitude, Washed by the sounding sea; Nature was in a poet’s mood, When she created thee. How pleasant in the hour of noon To wander through the shade; The soft and golden shade which June Flings … Continue reading

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poem – the funeral

MARK you not yon sad procession; ‘Mid the ruin’d abbey’s gloom, Hastening to the worm’s possession, To the dark and silent tomb! See the velvet pall hangs over Poor mortality’s remains; We should shudder to discover What that coffin’s space … Continue reading

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poem – i have changed the numbers

I have changed the numbers on my watch, And now perhaps something else will change. Now perhaps At precisely 2a.m. You will not get up And gathering your things together Go forever. Perhaps now you will find it is Far … Continue reading

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