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A WREN'Y Nest

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TgE KITTEN AND FALLING LEAVES

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STAR-GAZERS

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SONNET-There is a pleasure in poetic paing

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SONNET-When haughty expectations prostrute lie

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A JEWISH FAMILY

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SONNET_To in her seventieth year

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GOLD AND SILVER FISHES IN A VASE

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SONNET-Oxford, May 30, 1820

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CHARACTER OF THE HAPPY WARRIOR

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PRELUDE-Prefixed to the Volume entitled “Poeing chiefly of

early and late years

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INSCRIPTIONS--Supposed to be found in and near a llermit's Cell:

1. Hopes what are they? Beads of morning

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II. Pause, Traveller! whosoe'er thou be

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SUNNET-To a Suow-Drop

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EPITAPHS:

I. Weep not, beloved Friends! nor let the air

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II. There never breathed a man who, when his life

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III. O flower of all that springs from gentle blood

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IV. By a blest husband guided, Mary came

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TREE YEARS SHE GREW IN SIN AND SHOWER

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THE REVERIE OF Poor SUSAN

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SONNET--Composed during a Storin

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LAODAMIA

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ON THE POWER OF SOUND

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ODE--Composed upon an Evening of extraordinary Splendor and

Beauty

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RưTX

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TO THE Cuckoo

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LINES-Corpposed near Tintern Abbey, on revisiting the Banks of

the Wye

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SONNET--Composed by the Sea-side, nenr Calais

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TO A LADY--In answer to a Request that I would write her a

Poem upon some Drawings that sbe had made of Flowers

in tho Island of Madeira

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PETER BELL. A Tale.

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Songer-One migbt believe that natural miseries

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To The Sons of Burns---After visiting the Grave of their Father 239

LINES-Left upon a Seat in a Yew-tree

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Rob Roy's GRAVE

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