Thomas Lovell Beddoes
England
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Songs From “death’s Jest-Book” Ii - Dirge

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IF thou wilt ease thine heart
Of love and all its smart,
Then sleep, dear, sleep;
And not a sorrow
Hang any tear on your eye-lashes;
Lie still and deep,
Sad soul, until the sea-wave washes
The rim o’ the sun to-morrow,
In eastern sky.
But wilt thou cure thine heart
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Muzahidul Reza 14 March 2018
Lie still and deep, well penned
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Dawn til dusk night to day a love that lasts forever..beautiful..
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Bernard F. Asuncion 14 March 2018
Such a lovely write by Thomas Lovell Beddoes??????
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Alison Mujati 14 March 2018
Beautiful, beautiful beautiful poem
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Ratnakar Mandlik 14 March 2017
A beautifully conceived thought provoking and meaningful poem.
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Upendra Upm 14 March 2017
Easing or curing of thy heart, of love.Choice is yours..
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Edward Kofi Louis 14 March 2017
Thine heart! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Tom Allport 14 March 2017
a lovely poem of such feelings?
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But wilt thou cure thine heart Of love and all its smart, Then die, dear, die; ’T is deeper, sweeter, A poem sweet and smart of love's deep shades.
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Bernard F. Asuncion 14 March 2017
The rim of the sun tomorrow.... thanks for sharing...
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