Andrew Marvell Poetry Quotes

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THE GARDEN - Society is all but rude...
To this delicious solitude
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THE GARDEN - Nor white nor read was ever seen...
So am'rous as this lovely green
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THE GARDEN - How well the skilful gard'ner drew...
Of flow'rs and herbs this dial new
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DAMON THE MOWER - Hark how the mower Damon sung...
With love of Juliana stung
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DAMON THE MOWER - And there amongst the grass fell down...
By his own scythe, the mower mown
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DAMON THE MOWER - Tis death alone that this must do...
For death thou art a mower too
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THE NYMPH... - There is not such another in...
The world, to offer for their sin
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THE NYMPH... - Thenceforth I set myself to play...
My solitary time away
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THE NYMPH... - The wanton troopers riding by...
Have shot my fawn and it will die
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THE GALLERY - Clora come view my soul and tell...
Whether I have contrived it well
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THE GALLERY - But on the other side, Th'art drawn...
Like Aurora to the dawn
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THE GALLERY - Or, if some rolling wave appears...
A mass of ambergris it bears
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THE CORONET - When for the thorns, with which I long, too long...
With many a piercing wound, my saviours head have crowned
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THE CORONET - Dismantling all the fragrant towers...
That once adorned my shepherdess' head
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THE DEFINITION OF LOVE - My love is of birth as rare...
As' tis for object strange and high
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THE DEFINITION OF LOVE - As lines so oblique may well...
Themselves in every angle meet
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MOURNING - Her eyes confused and double o'er...
With tears suspended ere they flow
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MOURNING - What mean these infants of late...
Spring from the stars of Chlora's eyes
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TO HIS COY MISTRESS - Had we but world enough and time...
This coyness lady were no crime
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TO HIS COY MISTRESS - But at my back I always here...
Time's winged chariot hurrying near
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TO HIS COY MISTRESS - Now therefore while the youthful glew...
Sits on thy face like morning dew
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YOUNG LOVE - Now then love me, time will take...
Thee before thy time away
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AN HORATION ODE... - The forward youth that would appear...
Must now forsake his muses dear
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AN HORATION ODE... - That thence the royal actor born
The tragic scaffold might adorn
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THE GARDEN - Nor white nor read was ever seen...

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So am'rous as this lovely green

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DAMON THE MOWER - Hark how the mower Damon sung...

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DAMON THE MOWER - And there amongst the grass fell down...

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