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He who died at Azan sends. ..
He who in his pocket hath no money.
Hear, O Self-Giver, infinite as good.
Hear the sledges with the bells.
Hear what Highland Nora said.
Hear, ye ladies that despise.
Heart of my heart, my life, my light,
Heart of my heart, the world is young.
Hearts good and true.
Hearts, like doors, will ope with ease.
Heaven is not reached at a single bound
Heaven overarches earth and sea.....
Hector Protector was dressed all in green.
He'd nothing but his violin..
Heigh-ho! daisies and buttercups.
Helen, thy beauty is to me. .
Helen's lips are drifting dust.
Hem and Haw were the sons of sin.
Hence, all you vain delights. .
Hence, loathèd melancholy.
Hence, rude winter! crabbed old fellow.
Hence, vain deluding Joys...
Her arms across her breast she laid.
Her dimpled cheeks are pale. .
Her eyes are like forget-me-nots
Her eyes have seen the monoliths of kings.
Her eyes the glow-worm lend thee.
Her face was very fair to see. ......
Her hair was tawny with gold, her eyes with purple were dark.
Her lips were so near. ...
Her mother died when she was young
Her suffering ended with the day..
Her talk was all of woodland things.
Her thoughts are like a flock of butterflies.
Here, a sheer hulk, lies poor Tom Bowling.
Here doth Dionysia lie....
Here I come creeping, creeping everywhere.
Here, in my snug little fire-lit chamber..
Here in this leafy place. ...
Here, in this sequestered close. .
Here in this wild, primeval dell.
Here is the place; right over the hill.
Here lię I, Martin Elginbrodde ...
Here lies my wife; here let her lie....
Here lies our Sovereign Lord the King.
Here lies, whom hound did ne'er pursue.
Here shall remain all tears for lovely things.
Here sits the Lord Mayor....
Here sparrows build upon the trees.
“Here we stan' on the Constitution, by thunder'
Here, where the world is quiet. .
Here's a health to them that's awa'.
Here's a mellow cup of tea-golden tea.
Here's the garden she walked across. ,
Here's to the maiden of bashful fifteen..
Here's to the year that's awa'....
Hey, diddle, diddle..
Hickory, dickory, dock.
Hide, happy damask, from the stars.
Hie upon Hielands.
High grace, the dower of queens, and therewithal.
Hills o' my heart.

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His golden locks Time hath to silver turned. .
Ho, pretty page, with the dimpled chin.
Ho, sailor of the sea"..
"Ho! why dost thou shiver and shake'
Home comes a lad with the bonnie hair..
Home, home from the horizon far and clear.
Home they brought her sailor son...
Home they brought her warrior dead.
How blest the maid whose heart--yet free.
How dear to this heart are the scenes of my childhood.
How delicious is the winning..
How do I love thee? let me count the ways.
"How does the water"..
How doth the little busy bee.
How falls it, oriole, thou hast come to fly.
How fond are men of rule and place.
How happy is he born and taught, .
How joyously the young sea-mew.
How many a thing which we cast to the ground.
How many kisses do I ask..
How many miles to Baby-land.
How many paltry, foolish, painted things
“How many pounds does the baby weigh”.
How many summers, love. .
How many times do I love thee, dear..
How much the heart may bear, and yet not break.
How often in the summer-tide...
How seldom, friend, a good great man inherits.
How shall I tell the measure of my love..
How sleep the brave, who sink to rest. .
How slowly creeps the hand of Time..
How soon hath Time, the subtle thief of Youth.
How sweet is the shepherd's sweet lot..
How sweet the answer Echo makes, .
How sweet the harmonies of afternoon..
How sweetly on the autumn scene..
How the blithe lark runs up the golden stair.
How vainly men themselves amaze. ..
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber,
Hush your prayers, 'tis no saintly soul.

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I am a woman-therefore I may not.
I am an ancient Jest......
I am but clay in thy hands; but thou art the all-loving artist
I am content, I do not care.
I am dying, Egypt, dying
I am far frae my hame, an' I'm weary often whiles
I am fevered with the sunset .
I am gai. I am poet. I dvell. .
I am his Highness' dog at Kew
I am just two and two, I am warm, I am cold
I am monarch of all I survey
I am the key that parts the gates of Fame .
I am the reality of things that seem
I am the torch, she saith, and what to me
I arise from dreams of thee ...
I ask not that my bed of death
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I beg you come to-night and dine. ...
I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers
“I burn my soul away"
I came into the city and none knew me.
I came to the door of the House of Love.
I cannot change as others do ...
I cannot eat but little meat
I cannot make him dead
I care not for these ladies
I cast these lyric offerings at your feet
I change, and so do women too
I come from haunts of coot and hern
I dare but sing of you in such a strain
I dare not ask a kiss,
I did but look and love awhile
I do be thinking, lassie, of the old days now
I do confess thou'rt smooth and fair .
I do not count the hours I spend
I do not love thee!--no-- I do not love thee
I do not own an inch of land .
I don't go much on religion...
I dreamed that, as I wandered by the way
I drew it from its china tomb
I drink of the ale of Southwark, I drink of the ale of Chepe
I dug, beneath the cypress shade.
I envy every flower that blows
I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden
I feel a poem in my heart to-night.
I fill this cup to one made up
I fled Him, down the nights and down the days
I found in dreams a place of wind and flowers.
I gaed to spend a week in Fife .
I gazed upon the glorious sky
I give my soldier boy a blade .
I give thee treasures hour by hour.
I got me flowers to straw thy way
I had a dove, and the sweet dove died.
I had a little Doggy that used to sit and beg
I had a little husband ...
I hae seen great anes and sat in great ha's.
"I hardly ever ope my lips," one cries
I have a little kinsman..
I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me
I have a mistress, for perfections rare ..
I have a name, a little name
I have got a new-born sister
I have had playmates, I have had companions
I have lived and I have loved.
“I have no name".
I have no wit, no words, no tears.
I have read, in some old, marvelous tale
I hear a whisper in the heated air
I hear in my heart, I hear in its ominous pulses
I heard a soldier sing some trifle .
I heard a thousand blended notes
I heard men saying, Leave hope and praying
I heard the bells on Christmas Day.
I heard the trailing garments of the night
I held her hand, the pledge of bliss.
I hid my heart in a nest of roses
I idle stand that I may find employ
I in these flowery meads would be

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I intended an ode
I journeyed, on a winter's day
I knew she lay above me
I know a funny little man
I know a girl with teeth of pearl
I know a little garden-close
I know a place where the sun is like gold
I know a secret, such a one ..
I know a thing that's most uncommon
I know, Justine, you speak me fair
I know not but in every leaf ..
I know not if I love her overmuch.
I know not of what we pondered .
I know not that the men of old
I know not why, but even to me.
I know that these poor rags of womanhood
I know you: solitary griefs .
Uately lived in quiet ease
I lately vowed, but 'twas in haste
I lay me down to sleep..
I leaned out of window, I smelt the white clover
I left thee last, a child at heart
I like a church; I like a cowl...
I like her gentle hand that sometimes strays
I like that ancient Saxon phrase, which calls
I like the hunting of the hare
I little know or care .
I live for those who love me, whose hearts are kind and true.
I looked and saw your eyes in the shadow of your hair ..
I love little pussy
I love old women best, I think
I love sixpence, pretty little sixpence :
I love the old melodious lays .
I love thee when thy swelling buds appear.
I love to hear thine earnest voice..
I loved a lass, a fair one, .
I loved him not; and yet now he is gone
I loved thee long and dearly
I loved thee once; I'll love no more
I made a posy, while the day ran by
I made another garden, yea .
I made the cross myself whose weight.
I marvelled why a simple child .
I met a child upon the moor.
I met a traveler from an antique land
I met her on the Umbrian Hills
I mind me in the days departed.
I mourn “Patroclus," whilst I praise .
I move amid your throng, I watch you hold
I must not grieve my Love, whose eyes would read
I must not think of thee; and, tired yet strong
I must not throw upon the floor.
I ne'er could any luster see .
I never gave a lock of hair away
I never reared a young gazelle
I never saw a moor
I never saw a Purple Cow
I once had a sweet little doll, dears
I passed by a garden, a little Dutch garden.
I played with you 'mid cowslips blowing

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2449 I recollect a nurse called Ann

1678 I remember, I remember.

425 I reside at Table Mountain, and my name is Truthful James 2102 I rose up when the battle was dead.

2864 I said, Then, dearest, since 'tis so

857 I said to Lettice, our sister Lettice

1174 I sat beside the streamlet .

967 I sat with Doris, the shepherd maiden

1107 I sat with Love upon a woodside well.

1222 I sat with one I love last night..

934 I saw Eternity the other night

3450 I saw fair Chloris walk alone.

505 I saw her in childhood-a bright, gentle thing

329 I saw him once before .

1683 I saw my Lady weep

843 I saw old Autumn in the misty morn

1332 I saw the twinkle of white feet ..

I saw two clouds at morning.

I say it under the rose
I see her in the festal warmth to-night
I see thee pine like her in golden story
I sent for Ratcliffe; was so ill .

1842 I sent my love two roses, -one.

708 I set a charm upon your hurrying breath

1165 I shall not see the faces of my friends

3260 I shall not say, our life is all in vain

2743 I shot an arrow into the air.

2791 I sing of brooks, of blossoms, birds, and bowers.

2921 I sing the hymn of the conquered, who fell in the Battle of Life .. 2803 I sleep and rest, my heart makes moan.

412 I slept, and dreamed that life was beauty.

2832 I slept in an old homestead by the sea .

1529 I sprang to the stirrup, and Joris, and he..

2012 I stand upon the summit of my years ..

3279 I stood in Venice on the Bridge of Sighs

2514 I stood on the bridge at midnight .

3158 I strove with none; for none was worth my strife I struck the board, and cried “No more"

3473 I studied my tables over and over, and backward and forward, too 158 I tell you, hopeless grief is passionless.

3153 I that tremble at your feet ..

644 I think he had not heard of the far towns

3494 I think it is over, over :

3273 I think that I am drawing to an end..

1887 I thought once how Theocritus had sung.

I took her dainty eyes, as well .
I took my heart in my hand
I traveled among unknown men.

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2741 I wandered by the brookside .

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I was asking for something specific and perfect for my city

I was in Margate last July, I walked upon the pier
I was thy neighbor once, thou rugged Pile
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