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Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream . Shakespeare's Richard II . Shakespeare's Richard III . Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet . Shakespeare's The Tempest . Shakespeare's Twelfth Night . Shelley and Keats : Poems .
... CowPER'S POEMS : The Diverting History of John Gilpin On a Grasshopper The Rose The Doves Ode to Apollo The Dog and the Water Lily The Shrubbery The Negro's Complaint Pity for Poor Africans The Morning Dream The Nightingale and Glow ...
25 But with a cherup clear and strong , Dispersing all his dream , I thence withdrew , and followed long The windings of the stream . 30 My ramble ended , I returned ; Beau trotting far before , The floating wreath again discerned ...
... but joined in the plan ; He shared in the plunder , but pitied the man . THE MORNING DREAM ' Twas in the glad season of spring , Asleep at the dawn of the day , I dreamed what I cannot but sing , So pleasant it seemed as I lay .
In his hand , as the sign of his sway , A scourge hung with lashes he bore , And stood looking out for his prey From Africa's sorrowful shore . 30 35 But soon as approaching the land , That goddess THE MORNING DREAM 83.
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Reprint of what may once have been one of the most familiar poems in English from the 18th century. At a time when few could read in England, one of its most educated sons, and the companion of Horace ... Read full review