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Submissions by Rushton, Edward ( 35 texts )
Tel que l'on voit, sur le bord d'un ruisseau
Lisez bien les vieux dictionnaires
Le temps est court, ô monde!
Where Spain and Portingale do jointly knit
This knight was fair to see, of heavy build and large of body, neither
In June 1524, almost three years after the fall of Mexico, a meeting
O eyes, no eyes, but fountains fraught with tears
Once REM gave me a glimpse
The light, where does it go?
; title: "Night"
Our nostrils snuffle life from delicate air
The length and breadth of all within the seas he will traverse
; title: "Farewell to General Chao"
Born naked. Buried naked. So why fuss?
With head on pillow, I made a verse, but, mistrusting my memory
; title: "On my pillow"
Born crying, and after crying, die
At noon to the coffee-house, where excellent discourse with Sir
; title: "Excellent discourse (Pepys' diary entry of 2.4.1664)"
Life's an ocean-crossing where winds howl
I by water to Westminster Hall and there did see Mrs Lane and de
; title: "Great pleasure (16.1.1664)"
Agony comes from brooding about death
To the coffee-house, where I heard Lieutenant-Collonell Baron tell
; title: "Clouds (1.2.1664)"
Man's clay, and such a measly bit
I betimes to bed. And there fell into a most mighty sweat in the
; title: "Sweat (11.7.1664)"
Racing, reckoning fingers flick
I having from my wife and the maids complaints made of the boy, I
; title: "With my whip (21.6.1662)"
A drink to drown my sorrows and restart
Mir käme gelegen wie dem besagten Mädchen der goldene Apfel
Before, long ago, in the days of my youth, in the days of my
Spatz, Schätzlein meines Mädchens, mit dem sie spielt, den
Where art thou, my gentle child?
; title: "To Willmouse"
Trauert, ihr Venüsse und Cupideen und alle liebliche Leute, die
The good singer of sound voice. Good sound his voice; well rounded his
; title: "How to sing in ancient Mexico"
Lass uns leben, liebe Lesbia, und lieben und keinen einzigen Groschen
Ich hasse und liebe. Vielleicht fragst du warum ich das tue?
Who was that
I've tried to visualize
Was geben die Sterne so trüben Schein
; title: "Schottisch"