Treasure Island

George Pope Morris

(1802-1864 / USA)

Poems of George Pope Morris

101. The Prairie On Fire 10/6/2010
102. The Retort. 10/6/2010
103. The Rock of the Pilgrims. 10/6/2010
104. The Seasons Of Love. 10/6/2010
105. The Sister's Appeal. 10/6/2010
106. The Soldier's Welcome Home. 10/6/2010
107. The Songs Of Home. 10/6/2010
108. The Stag-Hunt. 10/6/2010
109. The Star Of Love. 10/6/2010
110. The Suitors. 10/6/2010
111. The Sweep's Carol. 10/6/2010
112. The Sword And The Staff 10/6/2010
113. The Sycamore Shade. 10/6/2010
114. The Tyrant Sway. 10/6/2010
115. The Welcome And Farewell. 10/6/2010
116. The Whip-Poor-Will. 10/6/2010
117. Thou Hast Woven The Spell. 10/6/2010
118. Thy Will Be Done. 10/6/2010
119. To My Absent Daughter. 10/6/2010
120. To The Evening Star. 10/6/2010

A Wall-Street Lyric.

John was thought both rich and great--
Dick so-so, but comfortable:
John lived at a splendid rate--
Coach and horses in his stable.
John could ride when Dick should walk--
(This excited people's talk!)--
For John's wealth, Dick's rugged health
Few would exchange if they were able!

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