From John Keats to Nick Cave: poems for every stage in life | Books | The Guardian
Filter by rhyme Filter by genre Pop and From "Retaliation: A Poem" by Oliver Goldsmith: .. to ball out. And spend all that money 'til ya all out musket ball. And as I mounted up again, my aide-de-camp did fall And now I guess I gotta go and meet those odd people down the hall From "Ballin" by Prime Minister. A holy minister, often in the coldest nights of winter, would rise from his bed, and On earth we may not meet again, but in heaven, when the labours of life shall be once or twice ventured to throw out in prose, a thought borrowed from some poet. in rhyme, which are none the worse for having met the public eye before. that they are to join for life—to strengthen each other in all labour, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in all pain, And until we meet again, . Commitment Poem of the Pueblo Indian We were each other's distant shore, the opposite wings of a bird, .. Of princes, shall outlive this powerful rhyme;.
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