Songs of Ourselves
This series contains poetry and prose anthologies composed of writers from across the English-speaking world. Songs of Ourselves is an accessible one-volume introduction to the astonishing range of forms, styles and content of verse written in the English language over more than four centuries, containing work by more than 100 poets from all parts of the English-speaking world.
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Why So Pale and Wan Fond Lover?
They Flee From Me That Sometime Did Me Seek
The Authors Epitaph Made By Himself
Fear No More The Heat OThSun
Come Live with me and be my Love
Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind
The Old Familiar Faces
Full Moon and Little Frieda
A Different History
The Rights of Woman
As Loving Hind That Hartless Wants Her Deer
From On My Dreaming of my Wife
To Lucasta Going to The Wars
From A Satyr Against Mankind
Death the Leveller
From Song of Myself
Praise Song For My Mother
You Cannot Do This
From The Ballad of Reading Gaol
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