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Poems of Love Lost

Poems of Love Lost

» The Song Maker - I made a hundred little songs That told the joy and pain of love, And sang them blithely, tho' I kne more
» When Love Goes - I O mother, I am sick of love, I cannot laugh nor lift my head, My bitter dreams have broken me, I more
» Roundel - If he could know my songs are all for him, At silver dawn or in the evening glow, Would he not smile more
» I Love You - When April bends above me And finds me fast asleep, Dust need not keep the secret A live heart died more
» Rispetto - Was that his step that sounded on the stair? Was that his knock I heard upon the door? I grow so tir more
» The Prayer - My answered prayer came up to me, And in the silence thus spake he: "O you who prayed for me to come more
» Four Winds - "Four winds blowing through the sky, You have seen poor maidens die, Tell me then what I shall do Th more
» Tides - Love in my heart was a fresh tide flowing Where the starlike sea gulls soar; The sun was keen and th more
» After Love - There is no magic any more, We meet as other people do, You work no miracle for me Nor I for you. Yo more
» November - The world is tired, the year is old, The fading leaves are glad to die, The wind goes shivering with more
» The Ghost - I went back to the clanging city, I went back where my old loves stayed, But my heart was full of my more
» Jewels - If I should see your eyes again, I know how far their look would go-- Back to a morning in the park more
» Doubt - My soul lives in my body's house, And you have both the house and her-- But sometimes she is less yo more
» Did You Never Know - Did you never know, long ago, how much you loved me-- That your love would never lessen and never go more
» Love-Free - I am free of love as a bird flying south in the autumn, Swift and intent, asking no joy from another more
» Dooryard Roses - I have come the selfsame path To the selfsame door, Years have left the roses there Burning as befor more
» Dreams - I gave my life to another lover, I gave my love, and all, and all-- But over a dream the past will h more
» Warned - They stood at the garden gate. By the lifting of a lid She might have read her fate In a little th more
» The Story - They met each other in the glade - She lifted up her eyes; Alack the day! Alack the maid! She blus more
» Friendship After Love - After the fierce midsummer all ablaze Has burned itself to ashes, and expires In the intensity of it more
» What Shall We Do - Here now forevermore our lives must part. My path leads there, and yours another way. What shall we more
» The Beautiful Blue Danube - They drift down the hall together; He smiles in her lifted eyes; Like waves of that mighty river, Th more
» Answered - Good-bye--yes, I am going. Sudden? Well, you are right; But a startling truth came home to me With s more
» Through The Valley - As I came through the Valley of Despair, As I came through the valley, on my sight, More awful than more
» Time And Love - Time flies. The swift hours hurry by And speed us on to untried ways; New seasons ripen, perish, die more
» Change - Changed? Yes, I will confess it--I have changed. I do not love in the old fond way. I am your friend more
» New And Old - I and new love, in all its living bloom, Sat vis-a-vis, while tender twilight hours Went softly by u more
» Not Quite The Same - Not quite the same the spring-time seems to me, Since that sad season when in separate ways Our path more
» A Waltz-Quadrille - The band was playing a waltz-quadrille, I felt as light as a wind-blown feather, As we floated away, more
» Tired - I am tired to-night, and something, The wind maybe, or the rain, Or the cry of a bird in the copse o more
» The Speech Of Silence - The solemn Sea of Silence lies between us; I know thou livest, and them lovest me, And yet I wish so more
» Ad Finem - On the white throat of the' useless passion That scorched my soul with its burning breath I clutched more
» When Love Is Lost - When love is lost, the day sets towards the night, Albeit the morning sun may still be bright, And n more
» To A Portrait - A pensive photograph Watches me from the shelf: Ghost of old love, and half Ghost of myself! How t more
» Second Thoughts - When you were here, ah foolish then! I scarcely knew I loved you, dear. I know it now, I know it wh more
» I Dream Of Her - I dream of her the whole night long, The pillows with my tears are wet. I wake, I seek amid the thr more
» Tears - O hands that I have held in mine, That knew my kisses and my tears, Hands that in other years Have more
» Then After Love - O to part now, and, parting now, Never to meet again; To have done for ever, I and thou, With joy, more
» In The Night - The moonlight had tangled the trees Under our feet as we walked in the night, And the shadows beneat more

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