“One short sleep past, we wake eternally,
and death shall be no more ; Death, thou shall die.”
Death be not proud by John DONNE
“What the hammer ? what the chain,
In what furnace was thy brain ?”
The tyger by William Blake
“He who respects the Infant’s faith
Triumphs over Hell and Death”.
Auguries of innocence by William BLAKE
“O love divine, how sweet thou art !
When shall I find my longing heart
all taken up by thee ?”
Desiring to love by Charles WESLEY
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“I said to love,
Thou art not young, thou art not fair,
No faery darts, no cherub air,
Nor swan, nor dove
I said to love by Thomas HARDY
“Another I, another You,
Each knowing what to do
But of no use.”
Never Stronger by W.H.AUDEN