Tag: 19th century poems

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by William Ernest Henley
Above the Crags that fade and gloom / Starts the bare knee of Arthur's Seat; / Ridged high against the evening bloom,...
by Rudyard Kipling
Lord, Thou hast made this world below the shadow of a dream, / An', taught by time, I tak' it so...
by Rudyard Kipling
“FAREWELL, Romance!” the Cave-men said; / “With bone well carved he went away, / Flint arms the ignoble arrowhead, / And jasper tips...
by William Allingham
Up the airy mountain, / Down the rushy glen, / We daren’t go a-hunting / For fear of little men; / Wee...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Whenever the moon and stars are set, / Whenever the wind is high, / All night long in the dark...
by William Ernest Henley
Out of the night that covers me, / Black as the pit from pole to pole, / I thank whatever gods may be / For my...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me, / And what can be the use of him is...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Dark brown is the river, / Golden is the sand. / It flows along for ever, / With...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
At evening when the lamp is lit, / Around the fire my parents sit; / They sit at home and talk and sing, / And do...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
My tea is nearly ready and the sun has left the sky; / It’s time to take the window to see Leerie...
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