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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

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... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy Nature's Questioning When I look forth at dawning, poo...

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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

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... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy Her Immortality Upon a noon I pilgrimed through A pasture, m...

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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

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... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy The Dance at the Phoenix To Jenny came a gentle youth From i...

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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

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... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy The Alarm (TRADITIONAL) IN MEMORY OF ONE OF THE WRITER'S FAM...

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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

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... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy Leipzig (1813) SCENE. -- The Master-tradesmen's Parlour at t...

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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

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... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy Ditty (E.L.G.) Beneath a knap where flown Nestlings play, Wi...

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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

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... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy The Temporary The All (Sapphics) Change and chancefullness i...

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Wessex Poems and Other Verses

By: Thomas Hardy

... Wessex Poems and Other Verses by Thomas Hardy Contents: Preface The Temporary the All (Sapphics) Amabel Ha...

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Let Me Enjoy

By: Thomas Hardy

...uld be -- I will lift glad, afar-off eyes Though it contain no place for me. Thomas Hardy When I Set Out for Lyonnesse (1870) WHEN I set out for Lyonn... ... rare and fathomless, When I came back from Lyonnesse With magic in my eyes! Thomas Hardy Afterwards WHEN the Present has latched its postern behind m... ...re a new bell's boom, "He hears it not now, but used to notice such things"? Thomas Hardy Heredity I AM the family face; Flesh perishes, I live on, P... ...f durance -- that is I; The eternal thing in man, That heeds no call to die. Thomas Hardy Midnight on the Great Western IN the third-class seat sat th... ...u mark and mete This region of sin that you find you in, But are not of? Thomas Hardy An Ancient to Ancients WHERE once we danced, where once we s...

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Between Us Now

By: Thomas Hardy

...wift things have grown slow, Feigning like froth shall go, Faith be for aye. Thomas Hardy Architectural Masks I THERE is a house with ivied wall... ...ouls therein are they: And O that gaudy box! Away, You vulgar people there.' Thomas Hardy The Farm Woman's Winter I IF seasons all were summers,... ... of limber things, And what I love he snatches, And what I love not, brings. Thomas Hardy The Rambler I DO not see the hills around, Nor mark the tin... ... Are those far back ones missed when near, And now perceived too late by me! Thomas Hardy Night in the Old Home WHEN the wasting embers redden the chi... ...ely like us, And, satisfied, placid, unfretting, watch Time away beamingly!' Thomas Hardy She Hears the Storm THERE was a time in former years-- While...

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Satires of Circumstance in Fifteen Glimpses

By: Thomas Hardy

... sits smiling and sips her tea, And he throws her a stray glance yearningly. Thomas Hardy II. In Church 'AND now to God the Father,' he ends, And his ... ...ss Each pulpit-gesture in deaf dumb-show That had moved the congregation so. Thomas Hardy III. By Her Aunt's Grave 'SIXPENCE a week,' says a girl to ... ...ance to-night at the Load of Hay.' She passively nods, and they go that way. Thomas Hardy IV. In the Room of the Bride-Elect 'WOULD it had been the ma... ...e he comes with his button-hole rose. Good God--I must marry him I suppose!' Thomas Hardy V. At a Watering Place THEY sit and smoke on the esplanade, ... ...ve to get at her upper arm... Well, bliss is in ignorance: what's the harm!' Thomas Hardy VI. In the Cemetery 'YOU see those mothers squabbling there?...

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Ah, Are You Digging on My Grave?

By: Thomas Hardy

...n my daily trot. I am sorry, but I quite forgot It was your resting place." Thomas Hardy During Wind and Rain THEY sing their dearest songs-- He, she... ... Ah, no; the years, the years; Down their carved names the raindrop plows. Thomas Hardy The Darkling Thrush I LEANT upon a coppice gate, When Frost ... ... happy good-night air Some blessed Hope, whereof he knew, And I was unaware. Thomas Hardy The Roman Road THE Roman Road runs straight and bare As the ... ...y infant steps, as when We walked that ancient thoroughfare, The Roman Road. Thomas Hardy Weathers (I) THIS is the weather the cuckoo likes, And so d... ... on gate bars hang in a row, And rooks in families homeward go, And so do I. Thomas Hardy The Man He Killed 'HAD he and I but met By some old ancient ...

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The patriot : addressed to the people, on the present state of affairs in Britain and in France : with observations on republican government, and disscussions [!] of the principles advanced in the writings of Thomas Paine

By: Hardy, Thomas, 1748-1798; Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. Rights of Man
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