Sun, Sun
Sun, sun,
divine Ra-Helios,
you delight
the hearts of kings and heroes,
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Mikhail Alekseevich Kuzmin

Quatrains To The Sun
A sunfort flourished in my sunless heart
Beyond the Sun. Here in a tower apart
The sunbirds of my lady's eyes were caged
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Harry Crosby

Ah! Sun-Flower
Ah Sun-flower! weary of time.
Who countest the steps of the Sun;
Seeking after that sweet golden clime
Where the travellers journey is done.
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William Blake

An Indian Summer Day On The Prairie
(In the Beginning)

The sun is a huntress young,
The sun is a red, red joy,
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Vachel Lindsay

The Lover Envies An Old Man
I envy the feeble old man
Dozing there in the sun.
When all you can do is done
And life is a shattered plan,
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Shaemas O’Sheel

Was It The Sun That Broke My Dream
Was it the sun that broke my dream
or was't the dazzle of thy hair
caught where our olden meadows seem
themselves again and yet more fair?
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Christopher John Brennan

Retro Santhanas
'REFUSE, refrain: for this is not the love
The Annunciation Angel warned you of;
This is the little candle, not the sun;
It burns, but will not warm, unhappy one!'
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Edith Nesbit

When The Sun Come After Rain
WHEN the sun comes after rain
And the bird is in the blue,
The girls go down the lane
Two by two.
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Robert Louis Stevenson

The Children Of The Sun
The Children of the Sun are out,
About the hills and beaches
The stolid burghers halo and stout,
The tailored sheik, the city lout,
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

Sparkling Drop Of Water
The sun shone,
All was still.
The sun made one sparkle in one drop
Before it fell
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Hilda Conkling

A Fine Day
After all the rain, the sun
Shines on hill and grassy mead;
Fly into the garden, child,
You are very glad indeed.
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Katherine Mansfield

On The Eyes Of Miss A——H——
Anne's Eye is liken'd to the Sun,
From it such Beams of Beauty fall;
And this can be denied by none,
For like the Sun, it shines on All.
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George Gordon Lord Byron

Up And-Down
The sun is gone down
And the moon's in the sky
But the sun will come up
And the moon be laid by.
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George MacDonald

Licia Sonnets 23
My love was masked, and armed with a fan,
To see the sun so careless of his light,
Which stood and gazed, and gazing waxéd wan
To see a star himself that was more bright.
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Giles Fletcher The Elder

The pattern of the sun

The pattern of the sun
Can fit but him alone
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Emily Dickinson

I stood among the boats
The sinking sun, the angry sun,
Across the sullen wave
Laid the sudden strength of his red wrath
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Don Marquis

Retro Sathanas
“Refuse, refrain: for this is not the love
The Annunciation Angel warned you of;
This is the little candle, not the sun;
It burns, but will not warm, unhappy one!”
.....Read complete

E. (Edith) Nesbit

Oh we've got to trust
one another again
in some essentials.

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David Herbert Lawrence

Moon of leaves,
Moon of the falling leaves,
To you I bring the slippers
of the sun.
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Harry Crosby

The World And I
This is not exactly what I mean
Any more than the sun is the sun.
But how to mean more closely
If the sun shines but approximately?
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Laura (Riding) Jackson

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