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runecaster_: William Lisle Bowles | British poet and clergyman |

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...

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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... -

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