I am looking for a poem called "See it Through". I was told it was by Willam Earnest Henley, but I can't locate it. Please help!
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I am looking for a poem which i believe is Called "Darby and Joan" it was in one of the fireside book of poems probably between 1988 and 1993 or around that time if you know of it i would be grateful if you could tell me which book it is in, unfortunately i don't know who the author is.
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I am new at enjoying poetry. I recently came across a poem by William Ernest Henley called A Bowl of Roses. I am looking for more poems in that style. Can anyone suggest poets or poems for me?
A Bowl of Roses
IT was a bowl of roses:
There in the light they lay,
Languishing, glorying, glowing
Their life away.
And the soul of them rose like a presence,
Into me crept and grew,
And filled me with something—some one—
O, was it you?
Go to the classical poets list above and read some Elizabeth Barret Browning and Anne Bronte, you might find something there. No single poem comes immediately to mind.
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