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Subject: TEA
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A BALLAD OF THE BOSTON TEA-PARTY [DECEMBER 16, 1773], by OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: No! Never such a draught was poured
Last Line: And cheer the wakening nations!
Subject(s): Boston Tea Party; Freedom; Patriotism; United States - Colonial Period; Liberty


A CUP OF TEA, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I have sipped, with drooping lashes
Last Line: Fragrant laurel round its rim.
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Dreams; Food & Eating; Mythology; Tea; Vision; Nightmares


AT FIVE O'CLOCK; TO K. F. POURING TEA, by LOUISE CHANDLER MOULTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Fair lady rose, round whom black-coated bees
Last Line: And time should pause for thee at golden noon.
Alternate Author Name(s): Chandler, Ellen Louise
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Tea


BOSTON, by RALPH WALDO EMERSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The rocky nook with hilltops three
Last Line: Or union nevermore again.
Subject(s): Boston Tea Party


DINING-ROOM TEA, by RUPERT BROOKE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When you were there, and you, and you
Last Line: When you were there, and you, and you.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Soldiers' Writings; Tea


EPIGRAM, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "rudely forced to drink tea, massachusetts"
Last Line: The one who begins or resists the assault? Save
Subject(s): American Revolution;boston Tea Party


HOW WE BECAME A NATION [APRIL 15, 1774], by HARRIET PRESCOTT SPOFFORD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When george the king would punish folk
Last Line: Made us a nation hard and fast.
Subject(s): Boston Tea Party; U.s. - Colonial Period


HOWQUA, by THOMAS HOOD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Is of three different sorts; although they are not generally
Last Line: Nohow-qua, which falls to the lot of those who cannot get any tea at all.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Tea


LYRICAL INTERLUDE: 55, by HEINRICH HEINE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: They sat round the tea-table drinking
Last Line: The tale of thy love, sweet, to say.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Love - Nature Of; Passion; Tea


MARIE AT TEA, by ALICIA SUSKIN OSTRIKER                Poet's Biography
First Line: You remember the extremes
Last Line: Love, of marriage, the / extreme
Subject(s): Change; Food & Eating; Relationships; Tea


MICKETY MULGA, by T. RANKEN    Poem Text            
First Line: He worked wid us at wantigong
Last Line: He 'ad forgot the tea!
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Story-telling; Tea


OOLONG, by ARTHUR SZE                Poet's Biography
First Line: Tea leaves wilted in sunlight are shaken
Last Line: Along a rice-paper screen.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Tea


SEATS OF THE FLIGHTY: THE THIRD CHAIR, by FAIRFAX DOWNEY    Poem Text            
First Line: When I am in my chair at sea
Last Line: As they go walking by.
Subject(s): Chairs; Food & Eating; Sea; Tea; Ocean


SUNSHINE IN THE CUP, by EUNICE MITCHELL LEHMER    Poem Text            
First Line: She poured a cup of tea I still can hold
Last Line: And lure the birds to venture down and sup!
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Sonnet (As Literary Form); Tea


TEA, by HENRY T. PRAED    Poem Text            
First Line: Chinese maiden, tea cup in her hand
Last Line: In a cup of tea.
Subject(s): Asian Americans - Chinese; Food & Eating; Tea; Chinese In The United States


TEA PARTY, by ELEANOR (ELINOR) CHIPP    Poem Text            
First Line: My body sits here in the room
Last Line: "I've had so nice an afternoon!"
Subject(s): Conversation; Food & Eating; Love; Tea


TEA STORY, by PAMELA ALEXANDER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Returns from the forests of assam
Alternate Author Name(s): Alexander, Pam
Subject(s): Tea


TEA-PARTIES, by BURGES JOHNSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I should enjoy, if I was let
Last Line: As those of other girls I know!)
Subject(s): Children; Food & Eating; Imagination; Play; Tea; Childhood; Fancy


THE BOSTON TEA PARTY, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: As near beauteous boston lying
Last Line: "tell your masters they were dreamers, / when they thought to cheat the brave"
Variant Title(s): A New Song
Subject(s): "boston Tea Party;revere, Paul (1735-1818);u.s. - Colonial Period;


THE CHINA TEA SET, by BERTYE YOUNG WILLIAMS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A china tea set -- just to own
Last Line: No friends were left to drink the tea.
Alternate Author Name(s): Williams, B. Y.
Subject(s): Cups; Food & Eating; Tea


THE PEWTER TEA-KETTLE, by MABEL KINGSLEY RICHARDSON    Poem Text            
First Line: Once, where upon a slender crane you swung
Last Line: Drifts down the years like spice-wind from cathay.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Past; Tea; Teapots


THE POETS AT TEA: 1. MACAULAY, WHO MADE IT, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Pour, varlet, pour the water
Last Line: The tea-pot of her sires!
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Macaulay, Thomas Babington, Baron; Tea


THE POETS AT TEA: 10. WALT WHITMAN, WHO DIDN'T STAY MORE THAN A MINUTE, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: One cup for my self-hood
Last Line: Allons, from all bat-eyed formula.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Poetry & Poets; Tea; Whitman, Walt (1819-1891)


THE POETS AT TEA: 2. TENNYSON, WHO TOOK IT HOT, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I think that I am drawing to an end
Last Line: O hallelujah! . . . Kindly pass the milk.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Tea; Tennyson, Alfred (1809-1892); Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron


THE POETS AT TEA: 3. SWINBURNE, WHO LET IT GET COLD, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: As the sin that was sweet in the sinning
Last Line: And take it away!
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Swinburne, Algernon Charles (1837-1909); Tea


THE POETS AT TEA: 4. COWPER, WHO THOROUGHLY ENJOYED IT, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The cosy fire is bright and gay
Last Line: And do not make it strong.
Subject(s): Cowper, William (1731-1800); Food & Eating; Poetry & Poets; Tea


THE POETS AT TEA: 5. BROWNING, WHO TREAT IT ALLEGORICALLY, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tut! Bah! We take as another case
Last Line: The sugar was salt, would the bohea be congo?
Subject(s): Browning, Robert (1812-1889); Food & Eating; Poetry & Poets; Tea


THE POETS AT TEA: 6. WORDSWORTH, WHO GAVE IT AWAY, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Come, little cottage girl
Last Line: "you bade me speak the truth."
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Poetry & Poets; Tea; Wordsworth, William (1770-1850)


THE POETS AT TEA: 7. POE, WHO GOT EXCITED OVER IT, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Here's a mellow cup of tea, golden tea!
Last Line: Tea to the n -- th.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Poe, Edgar Allan (1809-1849); Tea


THE POETS AT TEA: 8. ROSSETTI, WHO TOOK SIX CUPS OF IT, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The lilies lie in my lady's bower
Last Line: (o weary mother, drive the cows to roost.)
Variant Title(s): Oh! Weary Mother
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (1828-1882); Tea


THE POETS AT TEA: 9. BURNS, WHO LIKED IT ADULTERATED, by BARRY PAIN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Weel, gin ye speir, I'm no inclined
Last Line: Mix a' thegither.
Subject(s): Burns, Robert (1759-1796); Food & Eating; Poetry & Poets; Tea


THE SECRET GARDEN, by ELEANOR WILNER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The way you see it first is through
Last Line: Before we're through with tea.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wilner, Eleanor Rand
Subject(s): Flowers; Food & Eating; Gardens & Gardening; Green (Color); Guests; Lilies; Secrets; Tea; Worms; Visiting


THE SORCERER: TEACUP BRINDISI, by WILLIAM SCHWENCK GILBERT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Eat, drink and be gay
Last Line: A pretty stiff jorum of tea!
Alternate Author Name(s): Gilbert, W. S.
Subject(s): Food & Eating; Tea


THE TEA TRADER, by DANIEL MACINTYRE HENDERSON    Poem Text            
First Line: Jackson at his counter packing tea
Last Line: In mcconnell's grocery store!
Subject(s): Dreams; Food & Eating; Grocers; Tea; Nightmares


THE TEA-PARTY, by JULIA WARD HOWE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I am not with you, sisters, in your talk
Last Line: Turned as they fled, and left me charity.
Subject(s): Family Life; Food & Eating; Life; Parties; Sisters; Tea; Relatives


THE TEA-TABLE; A TOWN ECLOGUE, by JOHN GAY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Saint james's noon-day bell for prayers had tolled
Last Line: And all again that night at ombre met.
Subject(s): Cities; Food & Eating; Tea; Urban Life


THE TRAY, by NAOMI SHIHAB NYE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Even on a sorrowing day
Subject(s): Tea


THERE ARE THOSE WHO LOVE TO GET DIRTY, by GARY SYNDER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
Subject(s): Human Behavior; Tea; Conduct Of Life; Human Nature