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It’s No Use / Mother Dear… By Sappho

It’s No Use / Mother Dear… By Sappho Translated By Mary Barnard It’s no use Mother dear, Ican’t finish myweaving            You mayblame Aphrodite soft as she is she

Charaxos and Larichos By Sappho

Charaxos and Larichos By Sappho Translated By William Logan Say what you like about Charaxos,that’s a fellow with a fat-bellied shipalways in some port or

The Little Girl Lost By William Blake

The Little Girl Lost By William Blake In futurityI prophesy see.That the earth from sleep.(Grave the sentence deep) Shall arise and seekFor her maker meek:And

The Little Girl Found By William Blake

The Little Girl Found By William Blake All the night in woe,Lyca’s parents go:Over vallies deep.While the desarts weep. Tired and woe-begone.Hoarse with making moan:Arm

The Little Boy Lost By William Blake

The Little Boy Lost By William Blake ‘Father, father, where are you going?Oh do not walk so fast!Speak, father, speak to you little boy,Or else

The Little Boy Found By William Blake

The Little Boy Found By William Blake The little boy lost in the lonely fen,Led by the wandering light,Began to cry, but God, ever nigh,Appeared

The Lily By William Blake

The Lily By William Blake The modest Rose puts forth a thorn,The humble sheep a threat’ning horn:While the Lily white shall in love delight,Nor a

The Land Of Dreams By William Blake

The Land Of Dreams By William Blake Awake, awake, my little boy!Thou wast thy mother’s only joy;Why dost thou weep in thy gentle sleep?Awake! thy

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It’s No Use / Mother Dear… By Sappho

It’s No Use / Mother Dear… By Sappho Translated By Mary Barnard It’s no use Mother dear, Ican’t finish myweaving            You mayblame Aphrodite soft as she is she

Charaxos and Larichos By Sappho

Charaxos and Larichos By Sappho Translated By William Logan Say what you like about Charaxos,that’s a fellow with a fat-bellied shipalways in some port or

The Little Girl Lost By William Blake

The Little Girl Lost By William Blake In futurityI prophesy see.That the earth from sleep.(Grave the sentence deep) Shall arise and seekFor her maker meek:And