Songs of Ourselves
This series contains poetry and prose anthologies composed of writers from across the English-speaking world. Songs of Ourselves is an accessible one-volume introduction to the astonishing range of forms, styles and content of verse written in the English language over more than four centuries, containing work by more than 100 poets from all parts of the English-speaking world.
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Why So Pale and Wan Fond Lover?
They Flee From Me That Sometime Did Me Seek
The Authors Epitaph Made By Himself
The Procession of The Seasons
Full Moon and Little Frieda
A Different History
As Loving Hind That Hartless Wants Her Deer
From On My Dreaming of my Wife
The Rights of Woman
The Hunting of The Hare
The ChimneySweepers Complaint
On His Blindness
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
From An Essay on Man
Praise Song For My Mother
You Cannot Do This
Meeting At Night
arms bird body breath close cold dark dead dear death deep door doth dreams dust earth eyes face fair fall fear feet fields fire five flowers give gone grass grave green grow hair hand happy head hear heard heart heaven hope hour knew land leave lies light live look lost meet mind moon morning move never night once pain pass pleasure Poems poor rain remember reprinted by permission rest rising round seemed sigh sing sleep smile Song soul spring stand stone sweet tears tell thee things thou thought tree turn voice wake wear wild wind winter young youth