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aroma_nish: Written at Bamborough Castle by William Lisle Bowles

daubepdoodlekit: Death Of Captain Cooke, (William Lisle Bowles)

daubepdoodlekit: Death Of Captain Cooke, (William Lisle Bowles)

poetry_rr: III. O Thou, whose stern command and precepts pure by William Lisle Bowles

GrammarofMatter: William Lisle Bowles, in 1828, aligns the old fair ground of Tan Hill with Marden Henge and Stonehenge. Traces of a...

AudioBookRadio: Born today 1762 the gift poet William Lisle Bowles. Forgotten? Yes. Irrelevant? No. Listen here

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Book_Addict: Happy birthday to English writer and poet William Lisle Bowles (September 24, 1762), author of "The Grave of the Last Saxon"(1822) et al.

samrat747: III. O Thou, whose stern command and precepts pure... by William Lisle Bowles O THOU, whose stern command a... -

samrat747: On the Funeral of Charles the First by William Lisle Bowles The castle clock had tolled midnight: With matt... -

samrat747: XIII. O Time! Who Know'st a Lenient Hand to Lay... by William Lisle Bowles O TIME! who know'st a lenient ha... -

samrat747: IV. To the River Wenbeck by William Lisle Bowles AS slowly wanders thy forsaken stream, Wenbeck! the mossy-... -

samrat747: Netley Abbey by William Lisle Bowles Fallen pile! I ask not what has been thy fate; But when the winds, slo... -

samrat747: I. Written at Tinemouth, Northumberland, after a Tempestuous Voyage by William Lisle Bowles AS slow I climb... -

samrat747: Languid, And Sad, And Slow, From Day To Day by William Lisle Bowles Languid, and sad, and slow, from day to... -

samrat747: XIV. On a Distant View of England. by William Lisle Bowles AH! from my eyes the tears unbidden start, Albio... -

samrat747: VI. Evening, as slow thy placid shades descend... by William Lisle Bowles EVENING, as slow thy placid shade... -

samrat747: XII. Written at a Convent. by William Lisle Bowles IF chance some pensive stranger, hither led, His bosom g... -

samrat747: V. To the River Tweed. by William Lisle Bowles O TWEED! a stranger, that with wand'ring feet O'er hill and ... -

samrat747: Sonnet: At Ostend, July 22nd 1787 by William Lisle Bowles How sweet the tuneful bells' responsive peal! As ... -

samrat747: II. Written at Bamborough Castle. by William Lisle Bowles YE holy tow'rs, that crown the azure deep, Still ... -

samrat747: VII. At a Village in Scotland.... by William Lisle Bowles O NORTH! as thy romantic vales I leave, And bid f... -

samrat747: II. Written at Bamborough Castle. by William Lisle Bowles YE holy tow'rs, that crown the azure deep, Still ... -

samrat747: VII. At a Village in Scotland.... by William Lisle Bowles O NORTH! as thy romantic vales I leave, And bid f... -

samrat747: II. Written at Bamborough Castle. by William Lisle Bowles YE holy tow'rs, that crown the azure deep, Still ... -

samrat747: X. On Dover Cliffs. by William Lisle Bowles ON these white cliffs, that calm above the flood Rear their o'e... -

samrat747: On Hearing by William Lisle Bowles O stay, harmonious and sweet sounds, that die In the long vaultings of t... -

samrat747: Sonnet: Languid, And Sad, And Slow, From Day To Day by William Lisle Bowles Languid, and sad, and slow, fro... -

samrat747: IX. O Poverty! though from thy haggard eye... by William Lisle Bowles O POVERTY! though from thy haggard ey... -

samrat747: Time and Grief by William Lisle Bowles O TIME! who know'st a lenient hand to lay Softest on sorrow's wound,... -

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Song I
 by Charlotte Smith

FROM THE FRENCH OF CARDINAL BERNIS.
I.
FRUIT of Aurora's tears, fair rose,
On whose soft leaves fond zephyrs play,
Oh! queen of flowers, thy buds disclose,
And give thy fragrance to the day;
Unveil thy transient charms:--ah, no!
A little be thy bloom delay'd,
...

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