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Subject: LAURELS
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HE ATE THE LAUREL AND IS MAD, by GEORGE EDWARD WOODBERRY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Is it a dream that the world is fair?
Last Line: Found fair — found fair — found fair!'
Subject(s): Fantasy; God; Laurels


IF HOPE OF A LAUREL, by RAYMOND DE LA TAILHDE    Poem Text            
First Line: If hope of a laurel of undiscovered growth
Last Line: With eagle-thunderings rekindled france.
Subject(s): Apollo; France; Laurels; Mythology - Classical


INSTRUCTION, by JOHN DRINKWATER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I have a place in a little garden
Last Line: And the leaping of a word.
Subject(s): Laurels; Rest; Solitude; Loneliness


MOUNTAIN LAUREL, by CHARLES HENRY MACKINTOSH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Like the beating heart of a bird caught and held in the hand
Last Line: Sweet . . . Sweet as the laurel . . . Bitter sharp as pain.
Subject(s): Laurels


SEVERAL VOICES OUT OF A CLOUD, by LOUISE BOGAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Come, drunks and drug-takers; come, perverts unnerved!
Alternate Author Name(s): Holden, Raymond, Mrs.
Subject(s): Laurels


SEVERAL VOICES OUT OF A CLOUD, by LOUISE BOGAN                Poet's Biography
First Line: Come, drunks and drug-takers; come, perverts unnerved!
Last Line: Get the hell out of the way of the laurel. It is deathless. And it %isn't for you
Alternate Author Name(s): Holden, Raymond, Mrs.
Subject(s): Laurels


THE LAURELS ARE FELLED, by THEODORE FAULLAIN DE BANVILLE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: We shall go no more to the woods, the laurels are felled
Last Line: We shall go no more to the woods, the laurels are felled.
Subject(s): Flowers; Forests; Grass; Laurels; Lilies; Woods


THE LAURELS ARE LAID NOW, by MAY FOLWELL HOISINGTON    Poem Text            
First Line: Who'll go with me a-nutting
Last Line: "the laurels are laid low."
Subject(s): Chestnut Trees; Laurels


THE WREATHS, by ELIZA COOK    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Whom do we crown with the laurel leaf?
Last Line: And seek from the bay-wreath joy and life.
Subject(s): Laurels


TO A LADY WHO HAD OFFERED HIM A WREATH OF LAUREL, by GEORGE SANTAYANA    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Laurel is a sacred leaf
Last Line: And my crown is not a wrong.
Subject(s): Laurels