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And Wilt Thou Weep When I Am Low?

By the Rivers of Babylon We Sat Down and Wept

Darkness

Farewell To The Muse

I Saw Thee Weep

John Keats

Lachin Y Gair

Love's Last Adieu

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My Soul is Dark

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On A Distant View Of Harrow Part 2

On the Castle of Chillon

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The Tear

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To A Beautiful Quaker

To A Lady

To Caroline

To M

To M. S. G. Part 1

To M. S. G. Part 2

To Mary, On Receiving Her Picture

To Romance

To Time

When We Two Parted

A Spirit Passed Before Me by Lord Byron

Adieu, Adieu! My Native Land by Lord Byron

All Is Vanity,' Saith the Preacher by Lord Byron

And Thou Art Dead, As Young and Fair by Lord Byron

And Wilt Thou Weep When I Am Low? by Lord Byron

Bride of Abydos, The by Lord Byron

By the Rivers of Babylon We Sat Down and Wept by Lord Byron

Churchill's Grave by Lord Byron

Damtas by Lord Byron

Darkness by Lord Byron

Epistle To Augusta by Lord Byron

Euthanasia by Lord Byron

Farewell To The Muse by Lord Byron

For Music by Lord Byron

I Saw Thee Weep by Lord Byron

I Speak Not by Lord Byron

I Would I Were a Careless Child by Lord Byron

I would to heaven that I were so much clay by Lord Byron

Isles of Greece, The by Lord Byron

It Is the Hour by Lord Byron

John Keats by Lord Byron

Lachin Y Gair by Lord Byron

Lara by Lord Byron

Lines Inscribed Upon A Cup Formed From A Skull by Lord Byron

Lines Written Beneath An Elm In The Churchyard Of Harrow by Lord Byron

Lines, On Hearing That Lady Byron Was Ill by Lord Byron

Love's Last Adieu by Lord Byron

Loves Last Adieu by Lord Byron

Maid of Athens, ere we part by Lord Byron

Mazeppa by Lord Byron

My Soul is Dark by Lord Byron

Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte by Lord Byron

Ode To Napoleon BuonaPart e by Lord Byron

Oh! Snatched Away In Beauty's Bloom by Lord Byron

Oh! Weep for Those by Lord Byron

On A Distant View Of Harrow by Lord Byron

On A Distant View Of Harrow Part 1 by Lord Byron

On A Distant View Of Harrow Part 2 by Lord Byron

On Chillon by Lord Byron

On the Castle of Chillon by Lord Byron

On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth Year by Lord Byron

Prometheus by Lord Byron

Remember Him, Whom Passion's Power by Lord Byron

Remember Him, Whom Passions Power by Lord Byron

Remind Me Not, Remind Me Not by Lord Byron

Reply to Some Verses of J.M.B. Pigot, Esq. by Lord Byron

Saul by Lord Byron

She Walks In Beauty by Lord Byron

She Walks in Beauty Like the Night by Lord Byron

Siege and Conquest of Alhama, The by Lord Byron

So We'll Go No More a-Roving by Lord Byron

So, Well Go No More A Roving by Lord Byron

So, We'll Go No More A Roving by Lord Byron

Solitude by Lord Byron

Song of Saul Before His Last Battle by Lord Byron

Sonnet - to Genevra by Lord Byron

Sonnet to Lake Leman by Lord Byron

Sonnet---to Genevra by Lord Byron

Stanzas Composed During A Thunderstorm by Lord Byron

Stanzas For Music by Lord Byron

Stanzas For Music: There's Not A Joy The World Can Give by Lord Byron

Stanzas To A Lady, On Leaving England by Lord Byron

Stanzas To Augusta by Lord Byron

Stanzas To Jessy by Lord Byron

Stanzas To The Po by Lord Byron

Stanzas Written On The Road Between Florence And Pisa by Lord Byron

Sun of the Sleepless! by Lord Byron

The Destruction Of Sennacherib by Lord Byron

The Dream by Lord Byron

The Giaour by Lord Byron

The Prisoner of Chillon by Lord Byron

The Siege and Conquest of Alhama by Lord Byron

The Siege of Corinth by Lord Byron

The Tear by Lord Byron

There Be None of Beauty's Daughters by Lord Byron

There Was A Time, I Need Not Name by Lord Byron

Thou Whose Spell Can Raise the Dead by Lord Byron

Thy Days Are Done by Lord Byron

To A Beautiful Quaker by Lord Byron

To A Lady by Lord Byron

To Caroline by Lord Byron

To Eliza by Lord Byron

To M by Lord Byron

To M S G Part 1 by Lord Byron

To M S G Part 2 by Lord Byron

To M. S. G. by Lord Byron

To M. S. G. Part 1 by Lord Byron

To M. S. G. Part 2 by Lord Byron

To Mary, On Receiving Her Picture by Lord Byron

To Romance by Lord Byron

To Thomas Moore by Lord Byron

To Thyrza: And Thou Art Dead by Lord Byron

To Time by Lord Byron

We'll go no more a-roving by Lord Byron

When Coldness Wraps This Suffering Clay by Lord Byron

When We Two Parted by Lord Byron

Written After Swimming From Sestos To Abydos by Lord Byron

 


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The Tear by Lord Byron

When Friendship or Love
Our sympathies move;
When Truth, in a glance, should appear,
The lips may beguile,
With a dimple or smile,
But the test of affection's a Tear:

Too oft is a smile
But the hypocrite's wile,
To mask detestation, or fear;
Give me the soft sigh,
Whilst the soultelling eye
Is dimm'd, for a time, with a Tear:

Mild Charity's glow,
To us mortals below,
Shows the soul from barbarity clear;
Compassion will melt,
Where this virtue is felt,
And its dew is diffused in a Tear:

The man, doom'd to sail
With the blast of the gale,
Through billows Atlantic to steer,
As he bends o'er the wave
Which may soon be his grave,
The green sparkles bright with a Tear;

The Soldier braves death
For a fanciful wreath
In Glory's romantic career;
But he raises the foe
When in battle laid low,
And bathes every wound with a Tear.

If, with high-bounding pride,
He return to his bride!
Renouncing the gore-crimson'd spear;
All his toils are repaid
When, embracing the maid,
From her eyelid he kisses the Tear.

Sweet scene of my youth!
Seat of Friendship and Truth,
Where Love chas'd each fast-fleeting year
Loth to leave thee, I mourn'd,
For a last look I turn'd,
But thy spire was scarce seen through a Tear:

Though my vows I can pour,
To my Mary no more,
My Mary, to Love once so dear,
In the shade of her bow'r,
I remember the hour,
She rewarded those vows with a Tear.

By another possest,
May she live ever blest!
Her name still my heart must revere:
With a sigh I resign,
What I once thought was mine,
And forgive her deceit with a Tear.

Ye friends of my heart,
Ere from you I depart,
This hope to my breast is most near:
If again we shall meet,
In this rural retreat,
May we meet, as we part, with a Tear.

When my soul wings her flight
To the regions of night,
And my corse shall recline on its bier;
As ye pass by the tomb,
Where my ashes consume,
Oh! moisten their dust with a Tear.