Mary Stuart Poems
- O Lord My God, Receive My Pray... O Lord my God, receive my ...
- Ode On The Death Of Her Husban...
- Sonnet To Queen Elizabeth I Of... One thought, that is ...
- Poem Composed On The Morning O...
- Sonnet To Lord Bothwell - 2 She does your bidding for her ...
- Sonnet To Lord Bothwell - 9 And now at last she starts to ...
- Sonnet To Lord Bothwell - 1 Lord, grant your mercy unto ...
Mary, Queen of Scots (born as Mary Stewart and known in French as Marie Stuart; 8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587) was Scottish queen regnant from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567. In the lists of Scottish sovereigns, she is recognized as Mary I, and is hence sometimes confused with Mary I of England. Her great-great-granddaughter was Mary II of England and Scotland.
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''No more tears now; I will think upon revenge.''Mary Stuart (1542-1587), Scottish monarch, Queen of Scotland (Mary Queen of Scots) (1542-1567). Remark, March 9, 1566. Attributed. After the murde...
O Lord My God, Receive My Prayer
O Lord my God, receive my prayer
Which is according to thy holy will;
For if, O great king, it should please thee still
I shall defend thee while I still draw air.
Alas, O Lord, I shall backslide once more,
Fatigued too soon unless thy bounty fill
And give resolve unto my own weak will
And with thy virtue open wide the door.
You wish, Lord, to be master of my heart.
Come then O Lord and make me your redoubt
That earthly love and hate be driven out
And good and evil and all care depart.
Only allow me to draw near to you,
Repentant, constant in my faith ...