FAREWELL POEMS

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  • 49.
    Earth the Healer, Earth the Keeper

    So swift the hours are moving
    Unto the time unproved:
    Farewell my love unloving,
    Farewell my love beloved!

    What! are we not glad-hearted?
    Is there no deed to do?
    Is not all fear departed
    And Spring-tide blossomed new?

    The sails swell out above us,
    The sea-ridge lifts the keel;
    For They have called who love us,
    Who bear the gifts that heal:

    A crown for him that winneth,
    A bed for him that fails,
    A glory that beginneth
    In never-dying tales.

    Yet now the pain is ended
    And the glad hand grips the sword,
    Look on thy life amended
    And deal out due award.

    Think of the thankless morning,
    The gifts of noon unused;
    Think of the eve of scorning,
    The night of prayer refused.

    And yet. The life before it,
    Dost thou remember aught,
    What terrors shivered o'er it
    Born from the hell of thought?

    And this that cometh after:
    How dost thou live, and dare
    To meet its empty laughter,
    To face its friendless care?

    In fear didst thou desire,
    At peace dost thou regret,
    The wasting of the fire,
    The tangling of the net.

    Love came and gat fair greeting;
    Love went; and left no shame.
    Shall both the twilights meeting
    The summer sunlight blame?

    What! cometh love and goeth
    Like the dark night's empty wind,
    Because thy folly soweth
    The harvest of the blind?

    Hast thou slain love with sorrow?
    Have thy tears quenched the sun?
    Nay even yet tomorrow
    Shall many a deed be done.

    This twilight sea thou sailest,
    Has it grown dim and black
    For that wherein thou failest,
    And the story of thy lack?

    Peace then! for thine old grieving
    Was born of Earth the kind,
    And the sad tale thou art leaving
    Earth shall not leave behind.

    Peace! for that joy abiding
    Whereon thou layest hold
    Earth keepeth for a tiding
    For the day when this is old.

    Thy soul and life shall perish,
    And thy name as last night's wind;
    But Earth the deed shall cherish
    That thou today shalt find.

    And all thy joy and sorrow
    So great but yesterday,
    So light a thing tomorrow,
    Shall never pass away.

    Lo! lo! the dawn-blink yonder,
    The sunrise draweth nigh,
    And men forget to wonder
    That they were born to die.

    Then praise the deed that wendeth
    Through the daylight and the mirth!
    The tale that never endeth
    Whoso may dwell on earth. read more »

  • 50.
    I prithee send me back my heart

    I prithee send me back my heart,
    Since I cannot have thine;
    For if from yours you will not part,
    Why, then, shouldst thou have mine? read more »

  • 51.
    Farewell and adieu....

    Farewell and adieu to you, Harwich Ladies,
    Farewell and adieu to you, ladies ashore!
    For we've received orders to work to the eastward
    Where we hope in a short time to strafe 'em some more. read more »

  • 52.
    Kiss me

    Kiss me tonight without saying anything
    kiss me until the blood sprouts
    kiss me with rage, it is my farewell
    tomorrow I emigrate without knowing where! read more »

  • 53.
    Farewell to London

    Dear, damn'd distracting town, farewell!
    Thy fools no more I'll tease:
    This year in peace, ye critics, dwell,
    Ye harlots, sleep at ease! read more »

  • 54.
    Fair Ines

    O saw ye not fair Ines?
    She 's gone into the West,
    To dazzle when the sun is down,
    And rob the world of rest: read more »

  • 55.
    August

    This was its promise, held to faithfully:
    The early morning sun came in this way
    Until the angle of its saffron beam read more »

  • 56.
    Farewell Ungrateful Traitor

    Farewell ungrateful traitor,
    Farewell my perjured swain,
    Let never injured creature
    Believe a man again. read more »

  • 57.
    Flowers, Dear Flowers, Farewell!

    'We are sending you, dear flowers,
    Forth alone to die,
    Where your gentle sisters may not weep
    O'er the cold graves where you lie; read more »

  • 58.
    'Yes, holy be thy resting place'

    Yes, holy be thy resting place
    Wherever thou may'st lie;
    The sweetest winds breathe on thy face,
    The softest of the sky. read more »

  • 59.
    The Gloomy Night Is Gath'ring Fast

    The gloomy night is gath'ring fast,
    Loud roars the wild inconstant blast;
    Yon murky cloud is filled with rain,
    I see it driving o'er the plain; read more »

  • 60.
    Adieu

    WAVING whispering trees,
    What do you say to the breeze
    And what says the breeze to you?
    'Mid passing souls ill at ease, read more »

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  5. Farewell To New England, Albert Pike
  6. XXI: The World Goes None The Lamer, Alfred Edward Housman
  7. Go Back!, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  8. Farewell Daisy, Bolami lawal
  9. The Parting Song, S.Ovwata Onojieruo
  10. My Final Farewell, Denzel JONES02
  11. Leaving, Emily Slm
  12. Night Comes Creeping, Rose Terry Cooke
  13. Villanelle, Victor Daley
  14. The Emigrant's Farewell, Thomas Pringle
  15. I Bid Thee Farewell, Gabriel Gauci Maistre
  16. Rondel, François Villon
  17. Goodbye…Farewell!, IkpoBari MeneSENEWO
  18. Farewell, vaishak Thiruvenkitam
  19. Hello Have Mercy - Farewell Have Mercy, Gregory Allen Uhan
  20. Set Free, Caco Coli
  21. Farewell, Aditya Tapshalkar
  22. How Sad, How Sad, Emmanuel George Cefai
  23. A Farewell To Idiots, abhimanyu kumar.s
  24. Good Bye My Sweet Heart, Ponniah Ganeshan
  25. Razor's Edge, Noelle Decuir
  26. Farewell Evening's Art, Tsira Gogeshvili
  27. Farewell, Count Dracula
  28. Farewell, Peter Rhodes
  29. Goodbye, Farewell, Kolabomi Adeko
  30. Farewell My Love, Edwina Reizer
  31. Farewell, Marietta Holley
  32. Song. The Farewell, Edward Henry Bickersteth
  33. The Farewell, Samuel Bamford
  34. Farewell, Maurice Thompson
  35. Ballad IV, Christine de Pizan
  36. Farewell to Bath, Mary Wortley Montagu
  37. Farewell To Summer, George Arnold
  38. Farewell The Bowl, John Pierpont
  39. Farewell To The Old Year, 1863, Janet Hamilton
  40. Farewell To Summer, Joseph T. Renaldi
  41. Farewell, Sammy Edrisi
  42. Transcend, Ronald Mallari
  43. Nightmare, Phillip Dodham Cormier
  44. O, Struck Beneath The Laurel, George Edward Woodberry
  45. King Cahill's Farewell To The Rye Field, Padraic Colum
  46. Pain And Time Strive Not, William Morris
  47. Farewell, Sydney Thompson Dobell
  48. Song Of Parting, James Whitcomb Riley
  49. Flying Slave, Anonymous Americas
  50. Sea Song of the Exiles, Victor Marie Hugo
  51. Farewell, Augusta Davies Webster
  52. Farewell! If Ever Fondest Prayer, George Gordon Byron
  53. A Farewell to a Manager, Wida Tausif
  54. farewell, black black
  55. i say farewell, Renee' Stretch
  56. Our Final Farewell, Nikki Hamilton
  57. Adieu, Natasha George
  58. Sins of man kind, noha el3wdy
  59. I SAID FAREWELL TO MY EARTH, Aldo Kraas
  60. I SAY FAREWELL SONG, Aldo Kraas
  61. FAREWELL FAREWELL I BID YOU ADIEU, GAYLE ANNE GOFF
  62. Triolet, Hima chan
  63. A Frozen Farewell, Nosherwan khan
  64. The Farewell Bell, Francis Duggan
  65. GoodBye To A FareWell Friend, Nicole Edwards
  66. Farewell, vijay gupta
  67. We Said Goodbye, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  68. Farewell, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  69. Farewell, Jay P Narain
  70. Brown Study from the Lowlands, Jonathan ROBIN
  71. Farewell, My Friends, Adieu, Verona Valentine
  72. Don't Come Around Anymore, Donna Hendra
  73. Song Of The Broken Man, Rey Benipayo
  74. Farewell My Rebel Latvian (For Erica), Francis Duggan
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