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1) 170. To a foil d European Revolutionaire. Whitman, Walt. 1900. Leaves of Grass
...1 COURAGE yet! my brother or my sister! Keep on! Liberty is to be subserv d, whatever occurs; That is nothing, that is quell d by one or two failures, or any number...

2) Wordsworth, William. 1888. Complete Poetical Works.
..."THE MARTIAL COURAGE OF A DAY IS VAIN" THE martial courage of a day is vain, An empty noise of death the battle's roar, If vital hope be wanting to restore, Or fortitude...

3) 63. A Song. Laurence Binyon. Modern British Poetry
...FOR Mercy, Courage, Kindness, Mirth, There is no measure upon earth. Nay, they wither, root and stem, If an end be set to them. Overbrim and overflow, 5 If you own...

4) 144. Courage by Louis Lavater. Murdoch, Walter, comp. 1918. The Oxford Book of Australasian Verse
...TWO kinds of courage are there in the creed Of simple men. The one is courage born, Not made; enfibred in the heart, not worn Above it; strong in every hour of need....

5) 119. To a Soldier in Hospital by Winifred M. Letts. Clarke, George Herbert, ed. 1917. A Treasury of War Poetry
...COURAGE came to you with your boyhood s grace Of ardent life and limb. Each day new dangers steeled you to the test, To ride, to climb, to swim. Your hot blood taught...

6) 116. A Achille de Harlay. Lucas, St. John, comp. Nicolas Rapin. 1920. The Oxford Book of French Verse
...COURAGE, grand Achille, oppose à la fortune Ce bouclier de Vulcan, ce mur de fin acier, Ce rempart d innocence en ce c ur justicier, Comme un roc qui résiste aux...

7) 234. La Bouteille a la Mer. Lucas, St. John, comp. Alfred de Vigny. 1920. The Oxford Book of French Verse
...I COURAGE, ô faible enfant de qui ma solitude Reçoit ces chants plaintifs, sans nom, que vous jetez Sous mes yeux ombragés du camail de l étude, Oubliez les enfants...

8) 118. A Dialogue between Soul and Pleasure. Andrew Marvell. Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th c.
... COURAGE my Soul, now learn to wield The weight of thine immortal Shield. Close on thy Head thy Helmet bright. Ballance thy Sword against the Fight. See where an...

9) 51. The Dreamers by Sydney Jephcott. Murdoch, Walter, comp. 1918. The Oxford Book of Australasian Verse
...HAVE courage, O my comradry of dreamers! All things, except mere Earth, are ours. We pluck its passions for our flowers. Dawn-dyed our great cloud-banners toss their...

10) 638. The Lotos-Eaters. Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 1909-14. English Poetry III: From Tennyson to Whitman. The Harvard Classics
... COURAGE! he said, and pointed toward the land, This mounting wave will roll us shoreward soon. In the afternoon they came unto a land In which it seemed always afternoon....

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