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    Beautiful poem

    "Go, wander, little book," - Nancy Rebecca Campbell Glass Go Wander
    https://internetpoem.com/nancy-rebec...o-wander-poem/
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    Enjoyed the poem.

    "HARK! ah, the Nightingale!" Mathew Arnold - Philomela
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    Beautiful poem / Very evocative: "How thick the bursts come crowding through the leaves!
    Again—thou hearest?
    Eternal passion!
    Eternal pain!"


    "I cannot meet the Spring unmoved" - Emily Dickinson I cannot meet the Spring unmoved
    https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/I_can...nmoved_—
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    Beautiful in itīs simplicity!

    "Just now the lilac is in bloom,"Rupert Brookes- The old Vicarage, Grandchester
    https://englishverse.com/poems/the_o...e_grantchester
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    Wonderful poem, got some help here: https://www.thereader.org.uk/feature...rupert-brooke/ . Can't wait for my lilacs to bloom !

    "King Borria Bungalee Boo" - W.S. Gilbert King Borria Bungalee Boo
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    "Lo! from quiet skies" - Rupert Brooke In Examination
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    "Maelanfaid saw a tiny bird" - Michael Earls The Monk Maelanfaid...
    https://internetpoem.com/best-poem/m...elanfaid-poem/
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    "No coward soul is mine," Last Lines by Emily Brontë (love it)!
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    Beautiful poem

    "One must have a mind of winter" - Wallace Stevens The Snow Man
    https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poe...-56d224a6d4e90
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    Beautiful poem! Have to change perspective as January is the hottest month here.

    "PASSING away, saith the World, passing away". Passing away by Christina Georgina Rossetti
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    I see what you mean by declaring the seasons from being in the Northern hemisphere by default might radically change the point of view and meaning of a poem... even your offering may be guilty. I'm nearly always guilty of this, but did make one concession with my poem "The Phlyarology of the Apanthropinizator
    " from 3/21/2022. Here's one from the web that seems to be hemisphere neutral -

    "Quick through the gates of Fairyland" - Fay Inchfawn Early Spring...
    https://allpoetry.com/poem/8563023-E...y-Fay-Inchfawn
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    Liked the neutral poem!
    re: It was just a comment, not a criticism. Itīs just a funny feeling, when I read about an icy January. But, of course, the poets will usually write according to their location.

    The poet was a surprise: "Rome! what a scroll of History thine has been". Urbs Sacra Aeterna, Oscar Wilde
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    Enjoyed the homage to Rome the city and its history. Did not know he was a poet.

    "Sleep on, sleep on, another hour —" - Edgar Allan Poe TO -... https://www.eapoe.org/works/mabbott/tom1p059.htm
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    Re: If you have time (itīs long but impressive)https://poets.org/poem/ballad-reading-gaol

    Beautiful! Didnīt think Poe could write something so serene.

    "There is another sky" There is another sky by Emily Dickinson
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    Beautiful poem by Emily to her Brother.

    Wilde's poem is both tragic and hopeful... the things he had to endure.

    "Under a spreading chestnut-tree" - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The Village Blacksmith
    https://poets.org/poem/village-blacksmith
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