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Somewhere there waiteth in this world of ours
For one lone soul another lonely soul
Each choosing each through all the weary hours

Almond Blossom

Blossom of the almond trees,
April's gift to April's bees,
Birthday ornament of Spring,

After Death In Arabia

He who died at Azan sends
This to comfort all his friends:

Hagar In The Wilderness

A weary waste of blank and barren land,
A lonely, lonely sea of shifting sand,
A golden furnace gleaming overhead,

The Light Of Asia: Book The Third

In which calm home of happy life and love
Ligged our Lord Buddha, knowing not of woe,
Nor want, nor pain, nor plague, nor age, nor death,

A Song

Once - and only once - you gave
One rich gift, which Memory
Shuts within itself, to save
Sweet and fresh, while life may be:

The Fairy's Promise

Beautiful silver-winged spirits of good,
That hide in the leaves of the loneliest wood;
Green-kirtled fairies whom none may see

The Faithfulness Of Buddha

Thenceforth alone the long-armed monarch strode,
Not looking back,--nay, not for Bhima's sake,--But
walking with his face set for the mount;


Pleasanter than the hills of Thessaly,
Nearer and dearer to the poet's heart
Than the blue ripple belting Salamis,

An Apology

Our name should be a name for hope to utter,
A watchword for the chosen of the land;
A bloodless nation-flag, beneath whose flutter

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