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Poems About: SLEEP

In this page, poems on / about “sleep” are listed.

  • 121.
    Holy Innocents

    Sleep, little Baby, sleep,
    The holy Angels love thee,
    And guard thy bed, and keep
    A blessed watch above thee. read more »

    Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • 122.
    Apollo Sleeps (Sonnet)

    The sable sky devours the dying sun
    Apollo sleeps, thus silent be his lyre,
    So I shall sleep, for now the day is done
    And shadows fall beneath the fading fire read more »

    Valerie Dohren
  • 123.
    Weep you no more, sad fountains

    Weep you no more, sad fountains;
    What need you flow so fast?
    Look how the snowy mountains
    Heaven's sun doth gently waste. read more »

    Anonymous Olde English
  • 124.
    Night, Nights Sleepless

    Night, nights sleepless eyes wide
    sleep comes as disguise
    Thou you asked love to
    lend some happiness read more »

    Asif Baloch
  • 125.
    Sleep Safe

    Sleep safe
    without any nightmares
    or any fears
    sleep safe read more »

    Dave Alan Walker
  • 126.
    Lullaby

    SLEEP, sleep, my treasure,
    The long day's pleasure
    Has tired the birds, to their nests they creep;
    The garden still is read more »

    Edith Nesbit
  • 127.
    Poem to my Dad

    11/22/82
    by Emma Beverage

    They left him there read more »

    Emma Beverage
  • 128.
    Lullaby

    Sleep my love
    Sun is fading away
    It's nearly lighting out my dear
    When Black satin covers the sky read more »

    baharak barzin
  • 129.
    sleeper

    Sleep,
    I call thee sleep,
    Heavy to the call of 40 winks,
    Sleep, read more »

    crazy sweep
  • 130.
    Sleep my darling

    Sleep, my darling
    When you wake
    I won't be here to hug you read more »

    zana ggG
  • 131.
    Weep You No More, Sad Fountains

    Weep you no more, sad fountains;
    What need you flow so fast?
    Look how the snowy mountains
    Heaven's sun doth gently waste. read more »

    John Dowland
  • 132.
    The Dreamless Sleep

    Sleep now beloved the dreamless sleep,
    Lost forever to this sphere.
    Never to awaken from the abyss so deep,
    Or to see the ones that you held dear. read more »

    Juan Olivarez
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