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Subject: ARKS
Matches Found: 11

A STORY OF DOOM: BOOK 1, by JEAN INGELOW    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Niloiya said to noah, what aileth thee
Last Line: Shall have no let of me, to do its will.'
Subject(s): Arks; Floods; God; Judgment Day; Noah (bible); End Of The World; Doomsday; Fall Of Man

A YAWN, by CHRISTINA GEORGINA ROSSETTI    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I grow so weary; is it death?
Last Line: They live and die and so pass by.
Alternate Author Name(s): Alleyne, Ellen; Rossetti, Christina
Subject(s): Arks; Death; Earth; Sea; Dead, The; World; Ocean

ARK, by JOHN MILTON    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: At length a reverend sire among them came
Subject(s): Arks; Sea

ARK, by LINDA PASTAN                    Poet's Biography
First Line: We all know
Last Line: We all know
Subject(s): Arks; Noah (bible); Rites & Ceremonies; Jews; Women's Rights

ARK AND THE DOVE, by DANIEL SARGENT    Poem Source                
First Line: When the ark and the dove within ... Glassy wave
Subject(s): Arks; Sea

NOAH'S ARK, by FRANCIS MAGUIRE    Poem Source                
First Line: Robin and rat both share this house
Subject(s): Arks

THE ARK, by WINIFRED LUCAS    Poem Text                
First Line: A flood of dark / sweeps on with night
Last Line: Alone—alone!
Alternate Author Name(s): Le Bailly, Mrs.
Subject(s): Arks; Solitude; Loneliness

THE ARK AND THE DOVE, by LYDIA HUNTLEY SIGOURNEY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Tell me a story- please,' my little girl
Last Line: May gently guide it to the ark of peace.
Subject(s): Arks; Noah (bible); Peace

THE SONG THAT MOTHER SANG TO CUSH (IN NOAH'S ARK), by SARAH MARGARET FULLER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: O hush-a-bye, my darling, - hush!
Last Line: Of hearts that know his love.
Alternate Author Name(s): Fuller, Margaret; Ossoli, Marchioness; Ossoli, Margaret Fuller
Subject(s): Arks; Sea; Singing & Singers; Ocean; Songs

THE WORLD OF THE PERFECT TEAR, by THOMAS MCGRATH    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Fire from a fixed star
Last Line: To raise the living up
Subject(s): Arks; Brothers; Death; Noah (bible); Stars; Half-brothers; Dead, The

THOUSANDS: ARK, by LAIRD HUNT    Poem Source                
First Line: Here is another version. Just as the conception of the ark was pinioned on sets
Last Line: Just raised full sail, nor did he hear the cry of wonder that arose from its decks
Subject(s): Arks