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1) 109. Time, You Old Gipsy Man. Ralph Hodgson. Modern British Poetry
...Ere that's in the tomb. Time, you old gipsy man, Will you not stay, 30 Put up your caravan Just for one day?...

2) 36. Lamia: Part I. Keats, John. 1884. Poetical Works
...Into a forest on the shores of Crete. For somewhere in that sacred island dwelt A nymph, to whom all hoofed Satyrs knelt; At whose white feet the languid Tritons...

3) Sonnet 49. Craig, W.J., ed. 1914. The Oxford Shakespeare
...AGAINST that time, if ever that time come When I shall see thee frown on my defects, When as thy love hath cast his utmost sum, Call d to that audit by advis d respects;...

4) 25. Andromeda. Hopkins, Gerard Manley. 1918. Poems
...Her flower, her piece of being, doomed dragon s food. Time past she has been attempted and pursued 5 By many blows and banes; but now hears roar A wilder beast from...

5) Wordsworth, William. 1888. Complete Poetical Works.
...Aught good were destined, thou would'st step between. England! all nations in this charge agree: But worse, more ignorant in love and hate, 10 Far-far more abject,...

6) Wordsworth, William. 1888. Complete Poetical Works.
...His stripling prime. A town of small repute, 10 Among the vine-clad mountains of Auvergne, Was the Youth's birth-place. There he wooed a Maid Who heard the heart-felt...

7) Wordsworth, William. 1888. Complete Poetical Works.
...Feverish with weary joints and beating minds. Ah! is there one who ever has been young, Nor needs a warning voice to tame the pride 20 Of intellect and virtue's self-esteem?...

8) Sonnet 19. Craig, W.J., ed. 1914. The Oxford Shakespeare
...For beauty s pattern to succeeding men. Yet, do thy worst, old Time: despite thy wrong, My love shall in my verse ever live young....

9) 296. Time. Jasper Mayne. The Oxford Book of English Verse
...Where flowers and roses do appear. Whilst we do speak, our fire Doth into ice expire, Flames turn to frost; 15 And ere we can Know how our crow turns swan, Or how...

10) 3. Moods, The. Yeats, W. B. 1899. The Wind Among the Reeds
...TIME drops in decay, Like a candle burnt out, And the mountains and woods Have their day, have their day; What one in the rout 5 Of the fire-born moods, Has fallen...

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