Stanzas To A Hindoo Air
Oh! my lonely--lonely--lonely--Pillow!
Where is my lover? where is my lover?
Is it his bark which my dreary dreams discover?
Far--far away! and alone along the billow?
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George Gordon Byron
The Memory Of Martha
Out in de night a sad bird moans,
An', oh, but hit 's moughty lonely;
Times I kin sing, but mos' I groans,
Fu' oh, but hit 's moughty lonely!
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Paul Laurence Dunbar
I Am Lonely
The world is great: the birds all fly from me,
The stars are golden fruit upon a tree
All out of reach: my little sister went,
And I am lonely.
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George Eliot
The Lonely Road
The Lonely Road
So long had I travelled the lonely road,
Though, now and again, a wayfairing friend
Walked shoulder to shoulder, and lightened the load,
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Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
Why Do Ye Call The Poet Lonely
Why do ye call the poet lonely,
Because he dreams in lonely places?
He is not desolate, but only
Sees, where ye cannot, hidden faces.
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Archibald Lampman
The World Is Great
The world is great!
The birds fly from me;
The stars are golden fruit
Upon a tree
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George Eliot
Little Rose-moss beside the stone,
Are you lonely in the garden?
There are no friends of you,
And the birds are gone.
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Hilda Conkling
Danse Russe
If I when my wife is sleeping
and the baby and Kathleen
are sleeping
and the sun is a flame-white disc
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William Carlos Williams
The Little Boy Found
The little boy lost in the lonely fen,
Led by the wand'ring light,
Began to cry, but God ever nigh,
Appeared like his father in white.
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William Blake
Without You
All i have loved i don't have anymore,
I can't find the power to go on,
I am lost in this abyss,
Without you.
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Cristina Teodor
WHO never eat with tears his bread,

Who never through night's heavy hours
Sat weeping on his lonely bed,--
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
The Lonely Old Fellow
The roses are bedded for winter, the tulips are planted for spring;
The robins and martins have left us; there are only the sparrows to sing.
The garden seems solemnly silent, awaiting its blankets of snow,
And I feel like a lonely old fellow with nowhere to turn or to go.
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Edgar Albert Guest
Morning Song
A diamond of a morning
Waked me an hour too soon;
Dawn had taken in the stars
And left the faint white moon.
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Sara Teasdale
Ever And Only.
Be with me ever and only,
No other in thought with you;
Only without me lonely,
Ever in this way true.
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Robert Crawford
Bells Of Gray Crystal
Bells of gray crystal
Break on each bough--
The swans' breath will mist all
The cold airs now.
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Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
Bells Of Gray Crystal
Bells of gray crystal
Break on each bough-
The swans' breath will mist all
The cold airs now.
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Dame Edith Sitwell
In A Lonely Place
In a lonely place,
I encountered a sage
Who sat, all still,
Regarding a newspaper.
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Stephen Crane
The Stars Go Over The Lonely Ocean
Unhappy about some far off things
That are not my affair, wandering
Along the coast and up the lean ridges,
I saw in the evening
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Robinson Jeffers
Your Looks Have Touched My Soul
Your looks have touched my soul with bright
Ineffable emotion;
As moonbeams on a stormy night
Illume with transitory light
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Mathilde Blind
The Rocks
I was a timid little antelope;
My home was in the rocks, the lonely rocks.

I saw the hunters scouring on the plain;
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William Makepeace Thackeray

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