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Abraham Coles

Dr. Abraham Coles (December 26, 1813 – May 3, 1891) was an American physician, translator, author and poet from New Jersey

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Fling out, fling out, with cheer and shout, To all the winds of Our Country's Banner! Be every bar, ...

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On eyes that watch as well as eyes that weep Descends the solemn mystery of sleep, Toiling and climb ...

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Within a bony labrinthean cave, Reached by the pulse of the aerial wave, This sibyl, sweet, and Myst ...

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O loving woman, man's fulfillment, sweet, Completing him not otherwise complete! How void and useles ...

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True love is humble, thereby is it known; Girded for service, seeking not its own; Vaunts not itself ...

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Much of our ignorance is of ourselves. Our eyes are full of dust. Prejudice blinds us.

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Poetry is unfallen speech. Paradise knew no other, for no other would suffice to answer the need of ...

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Who has not seen that feeling born of flame Crimson the cheek at mention of a name? The rapturous to ...

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Let us not doubt that God has a father's pity towards us, and that in the removal of that which is d ...

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The power to bind and loose to Truth is given: The mouth that speaks it is the mouth of Heaven, The ...

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Words are freeborn, and not the vassals of the gruff tyrants of prose to do their bidding only. They ...

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O most illustrious of the days of time! Day full of joy and benison to earth When Thou wast born, sw ...

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None of the prophets old, So lofty or so bold! No form of danger shakes his dauntless breast; In lon ...

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We hail the return of the day of thy birth, Fair Columbia! washed by the waves of two oceans Where m ...

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I value science--none can prize it more, It gives ten thousand motives to adore: Be it religious, as ...

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