Margaret Cavendish

(1623-1673 / England)

Margaret Cavendish Poems

1. A Warr With Atomes. 10/5/2010
2. A World Made By Atomes 10/5/2010
3. A World Made By Foure Atomes. 10/5/2010
4. All Sharpe Atomes Do Run To The Center, And 10/5/2010
5. All Things Are Govern'D By Atomes. 10/5/2010
6. All Things Last, Or Dissolve, According To The Composure Of Atomes. 10/5/2010
7. Atomes And Motion Fall Out. 10/5/2010
8. Cavendish 10/5/2010
9. If Infinite Worlds, Infinite Centers. 10/5/2010
10. In All Other Diseases They Are Mixed, Taking Parts, And Factions. 10/5/2010
11. In The Center Atomes Never Separate. 10/5/2010
12. Motion And Figure 10/5/2010
13. Motion Directs, While Atomes Dance. 10/5/2010
14. Motion Is The Life Of All Things. 10/5/2010
15. Motion Makes Atomes A Bawd For Figure. 10/5/2010
16. Nature's Cook 10/5/2010
17. Of Aiery Atomes. 10/5/2010
18. Of Aire. 10/5/2010
19. Of Earth. 10/5/2010
20. Of Fire And Flame 10/5/2010
21. Of Fire In The Flint. 10/5/2010
22. Of Loose Atomes. 10/5/2010
23. Of Sharpe Atomes. 10/5/2010
24. Of The Center. 10/5/2010
25. Of The Subtlety Of Motion. 10/5/2010
26. Of The Sympathy Of Atomes. 10/5/2010
27. Of The Sympathy Of Their Figures. 10/5/2010
28. The Agreement Of Some Kinde Of Motion, With 10/5/2010
29. The Bignesse Of Atomes: 10/5/2010
30. The Difference Of Atomes And Motion, In Youth 10/5/2010
31. The Foure Principall Figur'D Atomes Make 10/5/2010
32. The Infinites Of Matter 10/5/2010
33. The Joyning Of Severall Figur'D Atomesmake Other Figures. 10/5/2010
34. The Weight Of Atomes. 10/5/2010
35. To Natural Philosophers. 10/5/2010
36. What Atomes Cause Sicknesse. 10/5/2010
37. What Atomes Make A Consumption. 10/5/2010
38. What Atomes Make A Dropsie. 10/5/2010
39. What Atomes Make A Palsey, Or Apoplexy. 10/5/2010
40. What Atomes Make Change. 10/5/2010

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A World Made By Atomes

Small Atomes of themselves a World may make,
As being subtle, and of every shape:
And as they dance about, fit places finde,
Such Formes as best agree, make every kinde.
For when we build a house of Bricke, and Stone,
We lay them even, every one by one:
And when we finde a gap that's big, or small,
We seeke out Stones, to fit that place withall.
For when not fit, too big, or little be,
They fall away, and cannot stay we see.
So Atomes, as they dance, finde places fit,
They there remaine, lye close, and fast will sticke.
Those that unfit, the rest that rove...

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A World Made By Atomes

Small Atomes of themselves a World may make,
As being subtle, and of every shape:
And as they dance about, fit places finde,
Such Formes as best agree, make every kinde.
For when we build a house of Bricke, and Stone,
We lay them even, every one by one:
And when we finde a gap that's big, or small,
We seeke out Stones, to fit that place withall.
For when not fit, too big, or little be,

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