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Taylor, Charles Edward   
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FOR SALE, A HORSE    Poem Text    
First Line: In good condition
Last Line: He'll aid your reading of horatius.
Subject(s): Animals; Horses



Taylor, Edward    Poet's Biography
267 poems available by this author


A FIG FOR THEE, OH! DEATH    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou king of terrors with thy ghastly eyes
Last Line: I still am where I was, a fig for thee.
Subject(s): Death; Puritans In Literature; Dead, The


A FUNERAL POEM UPON THE DEATH OF MY EVER ENDEARED AND TENDER WIFE    Poem Text    
First Line: My gracious lord, I licence of thee crave
Last Line: Much in her thoughts, and yet she fear'd not death.
Subject(s): Death; Funerals; Marriage; Mourning; Puritans In Literature; Dead, The; Burials; Weddings; Husbands; Wives; Bereavement


AN ELEGY UPON THE DEATH OF ... MR. SAMUEL HOOKER    Poem Text    
First Line: Grief sometimes a is duty yet when great
Last Line: Then shall arise and quite outshine the sun.
Subject(s): Hooker, Samuel (1635-1697); Puritans In Literature


AN ELEGY UPON THE DEATH OF THAT HOLY MAN OF GOD, JOHN ALLEN    Poem Text    
First Line: How are our spirituall gamesters slipt away?
Last Line: All end in allen, by a paragoge.


ANOTHER UPON THE SAME [HUSWIFERY]    Poem Text    
First Line: Make me thy spinning wheele of use for thee
Last Line: With this gold-web of glory to thy praise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: A DIALOGUE BETWEEN JUSTICE AND MERCY    Poem Text    
First Line: Offended justice comes in fiery rage
Last Line: If thou in mercies mercy put thy trust.
Subject(s): Justice; Mercy; Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: CHRIST'S REPLY    Poem Text    
First Line: I am a captain to your will
Last Line: Not faint, but think on former dayes.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: DIFFICULTIES - UNCHARITABLE CARRIAGES CHRISTIANS    Poem Text    
First Line: When these assaults prove vain, the enemy
Last Line: When one is backward though a bidden guest.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: DOUBTS FROM SATAN'S TEMPTATIONS ANSWERED    Poem Text    
First Line: But oh the tempter harries me so fast
Last Line: Not as a saint though once with god in th'mount.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: DOUBTS FROM THE WANT OF GRACE ANSWERED    Poem Text    
First Line: Such as are gracious grow in grace therefore
Last Line: Not drown you in't, nor cast a drop away.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: EFFECT OF THIS DISCOURSE ON 2D AND 3D RANKS    Poem Text    
First Line: Whence come these spicy gales? Shall we abuse
Last Line: Above the stars, and stand at heavens doore.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: EFFECT OF THIS REPLY .. FRESH ASSAULT FROM SATAN    Poem Text    
First Line: Like as the shining sun, we do behold
Last Line: As wheate is winnow'd with the sieve, and fan.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: EXTASY OF JOY ...    Poem Text    
First Line: My sweet deare lord, for thee I'le live, dy, fight
Last Line: In ravishing tunes most sweet.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: FIRST SATAN'S ASSAULT ...    Poem Text    
First Line: Soon ripe, soon rot. Young saint, old divell. Loe
Last Line: Believe your very eyes, believe not mee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: FORWARDNESS OF THE ELECT ... WORK OF CONVERSION    Poem Text    
First Line: Those upon whom almighty doth intend
Last Line: And now, poor souls, they know not what to do.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: GOD'S SELECTING LOVE IN THE THE DECREE    Poem Text    
First Line: Man in this lapst estate at very best
Last Line: For to be treated on, and coacht along.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: MAN'S PERPLEXITY CALLED TO AN ACCOUNT    Poem Text    
First Line: Justice, and mercy ending their contest
Last Line: Till's house be rais'd against the reckoning day.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: OUR INSUFFICIENCY TO PRAISE GOD ...    Poem Text    
First Line: Should all the world so wide to atoms fall
Last Line: Accept thereof. We have no better pay.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: SATAN'S RAGE AT THEM IN CONVERSION    Poem Text    
First Line: Grace by the aid of justice wins the day
Last Line: Between such monstrous gyants jaws as wee?
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: SOME OF SATAN'S SOPHESTRY    Poem Text    
First Line: The tempter greatly seeks, though secretly
Last Line: Bright diamonds? What then in man is sin?
Subject(s): Devil; Puritans In Literature; Sin; Satan; Mephistopheles; Lucifer; Beelzebub


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: SOUL'S ADDRESS TO CHRIST AGAINST THESE ASSAULTS    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou gracious lord, our honour'd generall
Last Line: Set ope the back doore to thy cursed foe.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE ACCUSATION OF THE INWARD MAN    Poem Text    
First Line: You want cleare spectacles: your eyes are dim
Last Line: If so, how do yee: you and I embrace.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE EFFECTS OF MAN'S APOSTACY    Poem Text    
First Line: While man unmarr'd abode his spirits all
Last Line: Th' ensuing dialogues hint their contest.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE GLORY OF AND GRACE IN THE CHURCH SET OUT    Poem Text    
First Line: Come now behold
Last Line: Sing all ore heaven for aye. And that's but all.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE JOY OF CHURCH FELLOWSHIP RIGHTLY ATTENDED    Poem Text    
First Line: In heaven soaring up, I dropt an eare
Last Line: As they to glory ride therein.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE OUTWARD MAN ACCUSED    Poem Text    
First Line: Turn o're thy outward man, and judge aright
Last Line: Thou saidst thy heart was dresst from sin also.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE PREFACE    Poem Text    
First Line: Long lookt for sir! Happy, right happy saint
Last Line: My want of grace. Temptations too within.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SECOND RANK ACCUSED    Poem Text    
First Line: You that are branded for rebellion
Last Line: You are not saints, or I no sinner am.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SOUL ACCUSED IN ITS SERVING GOD    Poem Text    
First Line: When thou dost go to serve thy god, behold
Last Line: Against thee drawn, who makes my heart his throne.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SOUL ADMIRING THE GRACE OF THE CHURCH ...    Poem Text    
First Line: How is this city, lord, of thine bespangled
Last Line: Be shakt out of this coach, or dy in th'way.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SOUL BEMOANING SORROW ...    Poem Text    
First Line: Alas! My soule, product of breath divine
Last Line: If not, I'st not be worser than I bee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SOUL'S ADMIRATION HEREUPON    Poem Text    
First Line: What I such praises sing? How can it bee?
Last Line: With angels bright to sing thy praise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SOUL'S GROAN TO CHRIST FOR SUCCOUR    Poem Text    
First Line: Good lord, behold this dreadfull enemy
Last Line: Then halter up this cur that is so curst.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SOULE SEEKING CHURCH-FELLOWSHIP    Poem Text    
First Line: The soul refreshed with gracious steams, behold
Last Line: To grow herein and so rejoyce.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE SOULS DOUBTS TOUCHING ITS SINS ANSWERED    Poem Text    
First Line: Is this thy case, poor soul, come then begin
Last Line: He seeks by helping thee thy overthrow.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THE THIRD RANK ACCUSED    Poem Text    
First Line: What thou art too for christ, it seems? Yet fain
Last Line: I am a saint, if thou no sinner art.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THEIR CALL IN THIS SAD STATE FOR MERCY    Poem Text    
First Line: We humbly beg, oh lord, to know our crime
Last Line: So we be thine, deale with us as thou wilt.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


GOD'S DETERMINATIONS: THRENODIALL DIALOGUE BETWEEN SECOND & THIRD RANK    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh you! How do you do? Alas! How do things go?
Last Line: The good lord help us both, thus fare you well.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


HUSWIFERY    Poem Text    
First Line: Make me, o lord, thy spinning wheele compleate
Last Line: That I am cloathd in holy robes for glory.
Variant Title(s): Housewifery
Subject(s): Housekeeping; Labor & Laborers; Prayer; Puritans In Literature; Religion; Sewing; Work; Workers; Theology


METRICAL HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY: GRACES BRIGHT SHINE    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Glorious day of glorious light!
Last Line: Whereof are store.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


METRICAL HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY: SPARKLING SHINE OF GOD'S JUSTICE    Poem Text    
First Line: Patience thus exercisd, gods providence
Last Line: While patience doth gods providence enline.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


METRICAL HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY: THE MARTYRDOM OF DEACON LAURENCE    Poem Text    
First Line: Laurence another deacon of choice fame
Last Line: And by a glorious martyredom did end.
Subject(s): Clergy; Puritans In Literature; Priests; Rabbis; Ministers; Bishops


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 11    Poem Text    
First Line: A deity of love incorporate
Last Line: And o're this feast continually say grace.
Subject(s): Feasts; Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 12    Poem Text    
First Line: This quest rapt at my eares broad golden doores
Last Line: Whose loveliness excells what love can bee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 13    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou glory darkning glory, with thy flame
Last Line: Thy magazeen of wisdom, and thy store.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 14, 15    Poem Text    
First Line: Raptures of love, surprizing loveliness
Last Line: With angells, hallelujahs to my king.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 17    Poem Text    
First Line: A king, a king, a king indeed, a king
Last Line: Thou art my king of kings, and lord of lords.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 18    Poem Text    
First Line: Astonisht stand, my soule; why dost not start
Last Line: Altaschath michtam, in seraphick tune.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 19    Poem Text    
First Line: Look till thy looks wane, my soul; here's ground
Last Line: Grave, where's thy victory? Death, where's thy sting?
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 20    Poem Text    
First Line: View all ye eyes above, this sight which flings
Last Line: With my strong wings whose feathers are thine own.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 24    Poem Text    
First Line: Was there a palace of pure gold, all ston'de
Last Line: I'le be the golden trumpet of thy praise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 25    Poem Text    
First Line: Why should my bells, which chime thy praise, when thou
Last Line: To send thee th'cabbinet, and pearle together.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 26    Poem Text    
First Line: My noble lord, thy nothing servant I
Last Line: Its michtam-david: with sweet joy within.
Subject(s): Forgiveness; Puritans In Literature; Clemency


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 27    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Wealthy theam! Oh! Feeble phancy I
Last Line: In whom all fulness dwells, doth dwell in mee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 28    Poem Text    
First Line: When I lord, send some bits of glory home
Last Line: My vessell now's a vessell of thy grace.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 3    Poem Text    
First Line: How sweet a lord is mine?
Last Line: I'le be thy love, thou my sweet lord shalt bee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 30    Poem Text    
First Line: The daintiest draught thy pencil ever drew
Last Line: New glory then shall to thyselfe arise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 31    Poem Text    
First Line: Begraced with glory, gloried with grace
Last Line: Out hallelujah for thy grace therein.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 33    Poem Text    
First Line: My lord my life, can envy ever be
Last Line: My love on thee my life, and it shall grow.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 34    Poem Text    
First Line: My lord I fain would praise thee well but finde
Last Line: This triumph o're the grave! Death where's thy sting?
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 35    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! That I ever felt what I profess
Last Line: Thy love bed in my heart, bed mine in thine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 36    Poem Text    
First Line: What rocky heart is mine? My pincky eyes
Last Line: And present things with things to come are mine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 37    Poem Text    
First Line: My soule, lord, quailes to thinke that I should bee
Last Line: Then I shall in a better temper bee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 4    Poem Text    
First Line: My silver chest a sparke of love up locks
Last Line: And sharons rose shall be my rose, and crown.
Subject(s): Flowers; Puritans In Literature; Roses


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 41    Poem Text    
First Line: A clew of wonders! Clusterd miracles!
Last Line: That I may pay in glory what I owe.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 43    Poem Text    
First Line: Fain I would sing thy praise, but feare I feign
Last Line: Accept this lisp till I am glorifide.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 44    Poem Text    
First Line: A crown, lord, yea, a crown of righteousness
Last Line: Thy glory bring I tuckt up in my songe.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 45    Poem Text    
First Line: A crown of glory! Oh! I'm base, its true
Last Line: And make thy praise on my heroicks ring.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 46    Poem Text    
First Line: Nay, may I, lord, believe it? Shall my skeg
Last Line: My tune perfume thy praise shall with the best.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 47    Poem Text    
First Line: Strang, strang indeed. It rowell doth my heart
Last Line: And when I'm in't ile tune an higher pin.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 48    Poem Text    
First Line: When I, lord, eye thy joy, and my love, small
Last Line: For joy thy praise while teather'd to my clay.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 49    Poem Text    
First Line: Lord, do away my motes: and mountains great
Last Line: My harp with songs my masters joyes distill.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 5    Poem Text    
First Line: My blessed lord, art thou a lilly flower?
Last Line: Thou lilly of the vallys, being mine.
Subject(s): Flowers; Lilies; Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 7    Poem Text    
First Line: Thy human frame, my glorious lord, I spy
Last Line: Thy bottle make my soule, lord, it to hold.
Subject(s): Bible; Puritans In Literature; Religion; Theology


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 9    Poem Text    
First Line: Did ever lord such noble house mentain
Last Line: With living bread to thy eternall prayse.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPAPATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: THE REFLEXION    Poem Text    
First Line: Lord, art thou at the table head above
Last Line: Enthrone thy rosy-selfe within mine eyes.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 1    Poem Text    
First Line: What love is this of thine, that cannot bee
Last Line: Lord, blow the coal: thy love enflame in mee.
Variant Title(s): Sacramental Mediations: 1
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 10    Poem Text    
First Line: Stupendious love! All saints astonishment!
Last Line: For thy rich blood, which is my drink-indeed.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 16    Poem Text    
First Line: Leafe gold, lord of thy golden wedge o'relaid
Last Line: I'le sacrifice in flames of love to thee.
Variant Title(s): Meditation 16
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 2    Poem Text    
First Line: My dear, deare, lord I do thee saviour call
Last Line: I have enough. Enough in having thee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 21    Poem Text    
First Line: What glory's this, my lord? Should one small point
Last Line: Fills heaven with glory, else there's none at all.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 22    Poem Text    
First Line: When thy bright beams, my lord, do strike mine eye
Last Line: Wouldst thou but guild my soule with thy bright ray.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 23    Poem Text    
First Line: Would god I in that golden city were
Last Line: And thou my bridesgroom deare espousde shalt bee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 29    Poem Text    
First Line: My shattred phancy stole away from mee
Last Line: Thy glory then I'le make my fruits and crop.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 32    Poem Text    
First Line: Thy grace, dear lord's my golden wrack, I finde
Last Line: My bells shall then thy praises bravely chime.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 38    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! What a thing is man? Lord, who am I?
Last Line: I'le waggon loads of love, and glory bring.
Variant Title(s): An Advocate With The Father
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 39    Poem Text    
First Line: My sin! My sin, my god, these cursed dregs
Last Line: And my rough feet shall thy smooth praises sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 40    Poem Text    
First Line: Still I complain; I am complaining still
Last Line: Thy wrath, slay sin and in thy love mee bench.
Variant Title(s): Sacramental Meditations: 40
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 42    Poem Text    
First Line: Apples of gold, in silver pictures shrined
Last Line: Thy throne, to thee the rent in happiness.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 6    Poem Text    
First Line: Am I thy gold? Or purse, lord, for thy wealth
Last Line: Let me thy angell bee, bee thou my lord.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: 8    Poem Text    
First Line: I kenning through astronomy divine
Last Line: Eate, eate me, soul, and thou shalt never dy.
Variant Title(s): I Am The Living Bread;sacramental Meditations: 8
Subject(s): Bible; Puritans In Literature; Religion; Theology


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: PROLOGUE    Poem Text    
First Line: Lord, can a crumb of dust the earth outweigh
Last Line: Or as in jewellary shops, do jems.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: THE EXPERIENCE    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! That I alwayes breath'd in such an aire
Last Line: If what I had, my heart might ever hold.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 1ST SERIES: THE RETURN    Poem Text    
First Line: Inamoring rayes, thy sparkles, pearle of price
Last Line: Till I sing praise in heaven above with thee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 1    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh leaden heeld. Lord, give, forgive I pray
Last Line: My tunes upon thy excellency good.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 10    Poem Text    
First Line: Moses farewell. I with a mournfull teare
Last Line: Attend thy sweetest praise, in evry part.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 100    Poem Text    
First Line: Glory, what art thou? Tell us: dost thou know?
Last Line: Thyselfe with zions songs in musick sweet.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 101    Poem Text    
First Line: Glory, thou shine of shining things made fine
Last Line: Thy glory's grace I'le on shoshannims harp.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 102    Poem Text    
First Line: What grace is here? Looke ery way and see
Last Line: Thy glory then shall be my song I'l sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 103    Poem Text    
First Line: The deity did call a parliament
Last Line: Then as I eate, my lips with grace shall flow.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 104    Poem Text    
First Line: What? Bread, and wine, my lord! Art thou thus made?
Last Line: That so my life may be a gracious story.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 105    Poem Text    
First Line: If I was all well melted down, refinde
Last Line: To glory, then I'l sing a brighter song.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 106    Poem Text    
First Line: I fain would prize, and praise thee, lord, but finde
Last Line: That makes thy praises leape up from my heart.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 107    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! What a lord is mine? There's none like him
Last Line: Thy praise, with angells and my grace shall shine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 108    Poem Text    
First Line: What royall feast magnificent is this
Last Line: Here after shall thy praise be my good cheere.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 109    Poem Text    
First Line: A feast is said to be for laughter made
Last Line: My heart shall end thy supper with an hymn.
Subject(s): Feasts; Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 11    Poem Text    
First Line: Eternal love burnish in glory thick
Last Line: Of grace in me thy praise perfum'd out poure.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 110    Poem Text    
First Line: The angells sung a carole at thy birth
Last Line: Burr'ing thy grave in thy sepulcher's reech.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 111    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Gracious grace! Whither soarst thou? How high
Last Line: Will make my soul grow brisk, thy praise to chime.
Subject(s): Eucharist; Puritans In Literature; Communion


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 112    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Good, good, good, my lord. What more love yet
Last Line: Thy praise I will over deaths death, and sin.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 113    Poem Text    
First Line: Help, oh! My lord, anoint mine eyes to see
Last Line: My sweetest musick shall thy praise display.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 114    Poem Text    
First Line: A star, bright morning star, the shining sun
Last Line: Where our tunde breath shall ne're be choakt by th'night.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 115    Poem Text    
First Line: What art thou mine? Am I espoused to thee?
Last Line: Loaded with praise that to thyselfe belong.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 116    Poem Text    
First Line: When thou, my lord, mee mad'st, thou madst my heart
Last Line: My purest love shall sing thy beauty sweet.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 117    Poem Text    
First Line: A king thou art, my lord, yea king of kings
Last Line: Where I thy standards glory ere may sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 118    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Hide bound heart. Harder than mountain rocks
Last Line: My harp shall play: thy golden head excell.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 119    Poem Text    
First Line: My lord, (my love,) what loveliness doth ly
Last Line: Shall tune the glances of thy eyes sweet deare.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 12    Poem Text    
First Line: Dull, dull indeed! What shall it e're be thus?
Last Line: Shall then attend thyselfe, and thy command.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 120    Poem Text    
First Line: My deare-deare lord! What shall my speech be dry?
Last Line: Orecoming notes that fill my harpe with tunes.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 121    Poem Text    
First Line: Peart pidgeon eyes, sweet rosie cheeke of thine
Last Line: Perfum'de with this sweet incense up arise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 122    Poem Text    
First Line: My deare! Deare lord! While mine affections act
Last Line: I'le sing the golden glory of thy hand.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 123 (A)    Poem Text    
First Line: The costli'st gem kept in christs ivory box
Last Line: My countenance thy bowells love shall chime.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 123 (B)    Poem Text    
First Line: My search, my lord, now having passed o'er
Last Line: The glory of thy legs and golden feet.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 125    Poem Text    
First Line: Lead me, my lord upon mount lebanon
Last Line: All smelling of thy lebanons rich wine.
Subject(s): Cedar Trees; Lebanon; Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 126    Poem Text    
First Line: My lord, my love, my sov'reign, and supreme
Last Line: And make my winde pipe thy sweet praises sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 127    Poem Text    
First Line: My lord, when thou didst form mankinde the hand
Last Line: That all of thee is lovely, in thy glory.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 128    Poem Text    
First Line: My deare-deare lord, my heart is lodgd in thee
Last Line: And sing thy glories praise in glories glee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 129    Poem Text    
First Line: My glorious lord. What shall thy spouse, descry
Last Line: Filld with this precious aire, thy praises pipe.
Subject(s): Gardens & Gardening; Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 13    Poem Text    
First Line: I fain would praise thee, lord, but when I would
Last Line: My growing grace will glorify thyselfe.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 130    Poem Text    
First Line: My sweet-sweet lord who is it, that e're can
Last Line: In tunes perfumed, thus in ery string.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 131    Poem Text    
First Line: Dull, dull, my lord, my fancy dull I finde
Last Line: I'le thee on my shoshannim spic'de songs sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 132    Poem Text    
First Line: Pardon my lord, I humbly beg the same
Last Line: My breath shall lilly tunes sweet sing to thee.
Subject(s): Flowers; Lilies; Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 133    Poem Text    
First Line: Ye daughters of jerusalem I pray
Last Line: In ravishing notes throughout eternity.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 134    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou fairest of the fairest kinde alive
Last Line: And he will cover thee with's white and red.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 135    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou far the fairest of all female dress
Last Line: Appearest like an armed troop in banners.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 136    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! What a word is this thy lips let fall
Last Line: Will by its musick raise thy joy the higher.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 137    Poem Text    
First Line: How precious are thy thoughts my lord, to mee
Last Line: As I like one of gilliads flock do grow.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 138    Poem Text    
First Line: My blessed blessing lord I fain would try
Last Line: Faith doth and meditation ever trace.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 139    Poem Text    
First Line: My deare, deare lord, oh that my heart was made
Last Line: Sin to destroy. God's ordinances raise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 14    Poem Text    
First Line: Halfe-dead: and rotten at the coare: my lord
Last Line: And I will tune thy praise with holy breath.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 140    Poem Text    
First Line: My all deare lord, I fain would thee adore
Last Line: Shall humbly sing forth graces notes to thee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 141    Poem Text    
First Line: My only dear, dear lord, I search to finde
Last Line: Unto thy lovely selfe, under loves wing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 142    Poem Text    
First Line: Wonders amazed! Am I espoused to thee?
Last Line: Will honour thee singing that wedden song.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 144    Poem Text    
First Line: Eternal majesty, my blessed lord
Last Line: Trumpet thy glory and with gracious skill.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 145    Poem Text    
First Line: Alas! My lord, how should my lumpish heart
Last Line: My heart shall tune thy praise in sweetest fume.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 146    Poem Text    
First Line: My deare deare lord, I know not what to say
Last Line: Saying return, return my shulamite.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 147    Poem Text    
First Line: Had I angelick skill and on their wheele
Last Line: Brightst in mine eyes to sing her praise and thine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 148    Poem Text    
First Line: My blessed lord, should I arrive unto
Last Line: And fill the aire with songs while thee I chase.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 149    Poem Text    
First Line: My blessed-glorious lord, thy spouse I spie
Last Line: And feed me with, I'le then thy praises sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 15    Poem Text    
First Line: A nazarite indeed. Not such another
Last Line: In glory bright with songs of thy renown.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 150    Poem Text    
First Line: My blessed lord, how doth thy beautious spouse
Last Line: And shall sing forth thy praise over this meate.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 151    Poem Text    
First Line: My glorious lord, how doth the worlds bright glory
Last Line: And sing the bridall melodies out best.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 152    Poem Text    
First Line: My deare deare lord! My soul is damp untun'd
Last Line: And golden tunes I'l ever singing praise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 153    Poem Text    
First Line: My glorious lord thy work upon my hand
Last Line: I'le pay thee more when rise on heavens morrow.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 154    Poem Text    
First Line: Faith! Faith! My lord! There is none other grace
Last Line: All grace with't to the soul gods praise to sing.
Subject(s): Faith; Puritans In Literature; Belief; Creed


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 155    Poem Text    
First Line: My blessed lord, I fain would thee advance
Last Line: On'ts virginall, thy holy praise, within.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 156    Poem Text    
First Line: Callst thou me friend? What rhetorick is this?
Last Line: Runs over with thy prais in sweetest songs.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 157 (A)    Poem Text    
First Line: How blest am I having such blest a lord
Last Line: Is richer spirits far than cana's wine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 157 (B)    Poem Text    
First Line: How blest am I having so blesst a lord
Last Line: All heaven ore sweet praise on ery string.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 158    Poem Text    
First Line: My deare deare lord what shall I render thee?
Last Line: And tune thy praise in beams of glorious light.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 159    Poem Text    
First Line: Pardon my lord, this is my great request
Last Line: Then thou will give mee hid'n mannah t'eate.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 16    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou art, my lord, the king of glory bright
Last Line: The house of jacob, tun'de to thee, my king.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 160    Poem Text    
First Line: My lord my love I want words fit for thee
Last Line: To sacrifice to thee on my harps sweet string.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 161 (A)    Poem Text    
First Line: My double dear lord, and doubl't ore and ore
Last Line: And I will sing thy praise in songs most rife.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 161 (B)    Poem Text    
First Line: My double dear lord, yea doubled ore and ore
Last Line: And I will sing thy grace with gracious strife.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 162    Poem Text    
First Line: A shadow, lord, not such as types show here
Last Line: Thy praise sweet to my tast my harp shall sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 163    Poem Text    
First Line: Sweet lord, all sweet from top to bottom all
Last Line: Was and to mee is now sweet to my tast.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 164    Poem Text    
First Line: Words are dear lord, notes insignificant
Last Line: Thy sweetest praise my muse shall melodiously out sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 165    Poem Text    
First Line: Heart sick my lord heart sick of love to thee!
Last Line: Thy it accepting makes my sick love sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 17    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou great supreme, thou infinite first one
Last Line: Unto thy praise upon my harp within.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 18    Poem Text    
First Line: A bran, a chaff, a very barly yawn
Last Line: That equalls davids michtam which is in't.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 19    Poem Text    
First Line: Lord dub my tongue with a new tier of words
Last Line: Shall scale thine eares in spicknardisick tune.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 2    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Golden rose! Oh, glittering lilly white
Last Line: New psalms on davids harpe to thee and him.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 20    Poem Text    
First Line: Didst thou, lord, cast me in a worship-mould
Last Line: Thy glory thee in temple musick bring.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 21    Poem Text    
First Line: Rich temple fair! Rich festivalls my lord
Last Line: Will, as I reape't, sing thee my harvest joy.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 22    Poem Text    
First Line: I from the new moon of the first month high
Last Line: Will as I reap sing thee my harvest joy.
Subject(s): Feasts; Passover; Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 23    Poem Text    
First Line: Greate lord, yea greatest lord of lords thou art
Last Line: Altaschat michtam tune in angells quires.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 24    Poem Text    
First Line: My soul would gazing all amazed stand
Last Line: On my shoshannims blossoming thy praise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 25    Poem Text    
First Line: Guilty, my lord, what can I more declare?
Last Line: And then ile sing thy praise in better strain.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 26    Poem Text    
First Line: Unclean, unclean: my lord, undone, all vile
Last Line: Shall make sweet musick blossom'd with thy praise.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 27    Poem Text    
First Line: My mentall eye, spying thy sparkling fold
Last Line: If thus besprinkled, and encamp thy wayes.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 28    Poem Text    
First Line: That bowre, my lord, which thou at first didst build
Last Line: And I thy praise will on muth labben sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 29    Poem Text    
First Line: What shall I say, my lord? With what begin?
Last Line: To toss my songs of praise rung on them, higher.
Subject(s): Noah (Bible); Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 3    Poem Text    
First Line: Like to the marigold, I blushing close
Last Line: Shall be the psalms sung forth in gracious layes.
Subject(s): Bible; Puritans In Literature; Religion; Theology


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 30    Poem Text    
First Line: Prest down with sorrow, lord, not for my sin
Last Line: Upon my jonath elem rechokim.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 31    Poem Text    
First Line: Its said h ************* doth enjoy
Last Line: With praise * * * * * * * * * tun'de on my bell.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 32    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! That I could, my lord, but chide away
Last Line: In a seraphick tune and full of glee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 33    Poem Text    
First Line: Walking, my lord, within thy paradise
Last Line: My love to thee, an offering to thy love.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 34    Poem Text    
First Line: Suppose this earthy globe a coconut
Last Line: Will stud thy praise with thankfull melody.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 35    Poem Text    
First Line: My blessed lord, that golden linck that joyns
Last Line: Thy work attended with my hand, and minde.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 36    Poem Text    
First Line: An head, my lord, an honourable piece
Last Line: And then my heart thy headships praise shall sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 37    Poem Text    
First Line: It grieves mee, lord, to thinke thy famous name
Last Line: Its tittle-tattle may thee glorify.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 38    Poem Text    
First Line: If that my power was answerable to
Last Line: My tune's to thee al-tashcheth mictam sweet.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 39    Poem Text    
First Line: Poor wither'd crickling, my lord, am I
Last Line: In death upon the resurrection doore.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 4    Poem Text    
First Line: My gracious lord, I would thee glory doe
Last Line: To make them something, and I'l give thee all.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 40    Poem Text    
First Line: Under thy rod, my god, thy smarting rod
Last Line: My musick shall thy praises sweetly bring.
Subject(s): Death - Children; Puritans In Literature; Death - Babies


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 41    Poem Text    
First Line: That wisdom bright, whose vastness for extent
Last Line: Among thy palace songs thy praise to sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 42    Poem Text    
First Line: I fain would prize thee, lord, but finde the price
Last Line: If thou wilt tune it to thy praise in mee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 43    Poem Text    
First Line: When, lord, I seek to show thy praises, then
Last Line: When thou with grace my soule hast sweetly tun'de.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 44    Poem Text    
First Line: The orator from rhetorick gardens picks
Last Line: The sweetest piped praises shall be thine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 45    Poem Text    
First Line: My head, my lord, that ivory cabinet
Last Line: Will have my glory all conferrd on thee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 46    Poem Text    
First Line: I drown, my lord. What though the streame I'm in
Last Line: Thy praises sweetly, spite of feares sad sting.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 47    Poem Text    
First Line: No mervaile if my mite amazed thee
Last Line: And orient blush shall on my actions blaze.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 48    Poem Text    
First Line: O! What a thing is might right mannag'd? 'twill
Last Line: Of pearls to grace the tune my mite doth sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 49    Poem Text    
First Line: Gold in its ore, must melted be, to bring
Last Line: Thy glory then shall rise its melody.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 5    Poem Text    
First Line: Art thou, lord, abraham's seed, and isaac too?
Last Line: Twine round thy praise, plants sprung in true love's mines.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 50    Poem Text    
First Line: The artists hand more gloriously bright
Last Line: And I'st by faith embox thee in my heart.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 51    Poem Text    
First Line: My heart, my lord, 's a naughty thing all o're
Last Line: Compleated in a sense, and sung by mee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 52    Poem Text    
First Line: What power is this? What all authoritie
Last Line: Tunes in thine eares, pipd through my sorry quill.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 53    Poem Text    
First Line: Were not my fancy stagnate, and the lake
Last Line: Thy praise shall be my glory sung in state.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 54    Poem Text    
First Line: Untun'de, my lord. My cankard brassy wire
Last Line: Bee fined gold, to tune thee praise with all.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 56    Poem Text    
First Line: Should I with silver tooles delve through the hill
Last Line: Up from thy words, while to thy praise I sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 58    Poem Text    
First Line: When in italian flourisht hand I would
Last Line: Thy praise with zions virgins company.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 59    Poem Text    
First Line: Wilt thou enoculate within mine eye
Last Line: I shall thy praise under this shadow sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 6    Poem Text    
First Line: I fain would praise thee, lord, but finde black sin
Last Line: When thy rich grace shall be my hearty phrase.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 60 (A)    Poem Text    
First Line: Count me not liquorish if my soule do pine
Last Line: Sing forth thy glory with bright angells all.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 60 (B)    Poem Text    
First Line: Ye angells bright, pluck from your wings a quill
Last Line: My heart thy hallelujahs pipe shall bee.
Variant Title(s): Sacramental Meditations: 60
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 61    Poem Text    
First Line: My mights too mean, lend your angelick might
Last Line: Shall sing thy praises: and thy glory sound.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 62    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Thou, my lord, thou king of saints
Last Line: Perfumed praise to thee then breath it will.


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 63    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh that I was the bird of paradise!
Last Line: The glory of thy garden in its praise.
Variant Title(s): Meditation
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 64    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! That my chilly fancy, fluttering soe
Last Line: Shall sweetly sing thee o're thy garden gated.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 65    Poem Text    
First Line: The vines of lebanon that briskly grew
Last Line: And it shall beare thee fruits stew'd in sweet reech.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 66    Poem Text    
First Line: O! What a thing is love? Who can define
Last Line: The glory of thy love when entred in.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 67 (A)    Poem Text    
First Line: My china ware or amber casket bright
Last Line: With breast on sharpest thorn, thy praise shall sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 67 (B)    Poem Text    
First Line: Doe fables say, the rising sun doth dance
Last Line: I'st weare the cure, thou th'glory of this shine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 68 (A)    Poem Text    
First Line: Methinks I spy almighty holding in
Last Line: Which can thy glorious praises sing out best.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 68 (B)    Poem Text    
First Line: My megre soule, when wilt thou fleshed bee
Last Line: Of praises whistling in angelick tunes.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 69    Poem Text    
First Line: Dull! Dull! My lord, as if I eaten had
Last Line: On my shoshannim's sweetest well tun'de string.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 7    Poem Text    
First Line: All dull, my lord, my spirits flat, and dead
Last Line: While thy sweet praise, my tunes doth glorify.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 70    Poem Text    
First Line: I humbly crave this riddle to unfold
Last Line: To tune thy praise, run forth on golden feet.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 71    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! What a cookroom's here? All deity
Last Line: I in sweet tunes thy sweetest praise will twist.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 72    Poem Text    
First Line: Enoculate into my mentall eye
Last Line: And on my bells thine honour chimed shall bee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 73    Poem Text    
First Line: Glory! Oh glory! Wonderfull, and more
Last Line: On my shoshanims tun'd on ev'ry string.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 74    Poem Text    
First Line: I fain would have a rich, fine phansy ripe
Last Line: Thy glory make the web, thy praise the twine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 75    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Strange, my lord. Here's reason at a set
Last Line: I'll sing thy glorious praise in ery room.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 76    Poem Text    
First Line: Will yee be neighbourly, ye angells bright?
Last Line: Unto thy praise. When glory lights my taper.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 77    Poem Text    
First Line: A state, a state, oh! Dungeon state indeed
Last Line: Whose strings toucht by this grace, will twang thy praise.
Subject(s): Bible; Puritans In Literature; Religion; Theology


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 78    Poem Text    
First Line: Mine eyes, that at the beautious sight of fruite
Last Line: If waft with gailes breath'd by the holy ghost.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 79    Poem Text    
First Line: Had I promethius' filching ferula
Last Line: My well belov'de is mine: I'm his become.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature; Religion; Sherlock, William (1641-1707); Theology


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 8    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou pry'st thou screw'st my sincking soul up to
Last Line: My mictams shall thy hallelujahs tune.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 80    Poem Text    
First Line: This curious pearle, one syllable, call'd life
Last Line: The babe of life swath'de up in grace shall sing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 81    Poem Text    
First Line: I fain would praise thee, lord, but often finde
Last Line: Say grace to thee with songs of holy skill.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 82    Poem Text    
First Line: My tatter'd fancy; and my ragged rhymes
Last Line: Upon her virginalls, praise for this thing.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 83    Poem Text    
First Line: A garden, yea a paradise indeed
Last Line: And blossom aromatick praise the while.
Subject(s): Gardens & Gardening; Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 84    Poem Text    
First Line: Hast made me, lord, one of thy garden beds?
Last Line: Thy glory tun'de on my perfumed string.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 85    Poem Text    
First Line: Oh! Angells, stand agastard at my song
Last Line: Shall disht with praise, thy entertainment bee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 86    Poem Text    
First Line: Sometimes, my lord, while that my soule enwarms
Last Line: Then o're this feast, I will say grace for joy.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 87    Poem Text    
First Line: Life! Life! What's that? It is a taske too hard
Last Line: Will give my life and selfe to thee with joy.
Subject(s): Life; Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 89    Poem Text    
First Line: What birth of wonders from thy fingers ends
Last Line: This life. And I shall glory beare for thee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 9    Poem Text    
First Line: Lord, let thy dazzling shine refracted fan'de
Last Line: That shall thy praise deck't in sweet tunes out warp.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 90    Poem Text    
First Line: Eternal life! What life is this, I pray?
Last Line: Thy sweetest tunes shall ring eternall joy.
Subject(s): Future Life; Puritans In Literature; Retribution; Eternity; After Life


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 91    Poem Text    
First Line: What once again, my lord, allowst thou mee
Last Line: Thy praise, on my shoshannims, lord, shall ring.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 92    Poem Text    
First Line: It grieves mee, lord, my fancy's rusty
Last Line: In glories dress to meet thee in the skies.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 93    Poem Text    
First Line: Could but a glance of that bright city fair
Last Line: To play a michtam on her golden wyer.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 94    Poem Text    
First Line: Celestiall mansions! Wonder, oh my soul!
Last Line: My present tunes shall sing thy praise when there.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 95    Poem Text    
First Line: What shall a mote up to a monarch rise?
Last Line: By thy good spirits melody to thee.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 96    Poem Text    
First Line: What placed in the sun: and yet my ware
Last Line: In that thy love did tende me all my dayes.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 97    Poem Text    
First Line: My only lord, when with no muddy sight
Last Line: Tune forth on thee, its harp, that heaven shall greet.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 98    Poem Text    
First Line: A vine, my lord, a noble vine indeed
Last Line: Then I will sing thy love better than wine.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature; Vines And Vineyards


PREPARATORY MEDITATIONS, 2D SERIES: 99    Poem Text    
First Line: Glory! What art? O! Sparkling spark all bright
Last Line: I'le sing thee songs of grace in glories spheare.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


THE EBB AND FLOW    Poem Text    
First Line: When first thou on me, lord, wrought'st thy sweet print
Last Line: Away mine ashes, then thy fire doth glow.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


THE PERSIAN PROSECUTION    Poem Text    
First Line: For isdegerdes dead, gorones reigns
Last Line: Sustain and overcome all hellish jawes.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature; Religious Discrimination; Religious Conflict


UPON A SPIDER CATCHING A FLY    Poem Text    
First Line: Thou sorrow, venom elf
Last Line: For joy.
Subject(s): Flies; Insects; Puritans In Literature; Spiders; Bugs


UPON A WASP CHILLED WITH COLD    Poem Text    
First Line: The bear that breaths the northern blast
Last Line: And heavenly musick, furr'd with praise.
Variant Title(s): Upon A Wasp Child With Cold
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature; Sickness; Wasps; Illness; Yellow Jackets


UPON THE SWEEPING FLOOD    Poem Text    
First Line: O! That I'd had a tear to've quenched that flame
Last Line: Their excrements upon our lofty heads.
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature


UPON WEDLOCK, AND DEATH OF CHILDREN    Poem Text    
First Line: A curious knot god made in paradise
Last Line: Whether thou get'st them green, or lets them seed.
Subject(s): Death - Children; Parents; Puritans In Literature; Death - Babies; Parenthood


WHEN LET BY RAIN    Poem Text    
First Line: Ye flippering soul, / why dost between the nippers dwell?
Last Line: Burns up the building: lord forbid the same.
Variant Title(s): Let By Rain;an Address To The Soul Occasioned By A Rain
Subject(s): Puritans In Literature; Rain



Taylor, Edward Robeson    Poet's Biography
3 poems available by this author


JOUVENCE    Poem Text    
First Line: Juan ponce de leon, by the devil taunted
Last Line: For fame hath granted thee immortal youth.
Subject(s): Ponce De Leon, Juan (1460-1521)


THE MOUNTAIN    Poem Text    
First Line: What wrecks of time and storm are crumbling here!
Last Line: To faiths that blaze immaculately bright.
Subject(s): Mountains; Hills; Downs (Great Britain)


THE TOMB OF THE CONQUEROR    Poem Text    
First Line: No shadowy vault where pale catalpas bloom
Last Line: The father of the waters guards de soto.
Subject(s): De Soto, Hernando (1500-1542); Graves; Tombs; Tombstones