Anne Bradstreet

Anne Bradstreet

1,000 карма
United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Of the four Humours in Mans Constitution

The former four now ending their discourse,
Ceasing to vaunt their good, or threat their force
Lo other four step up, crave leave to
The native qualityes that from them flow:
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To Her Father with Some Verses

Most truly honoured, and as truly dear,
If worth in me or ought I do appear,
Who can of right better demand the same Than may your worthy self from whom it came
The principal might yield a greater sum,
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My soul rejoice thou in thy God

My soul, rejoice thou in thy God,
Boast of him all the Day,
Walk in his Law, and kisse his Rod,
Cleaue close to him alway
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To my Dear Children

This Book by Any yet vnread,
I leaue for yov when I am dead,
That, being gone, here yov may
What was your liueing mother's mind
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For Deliverance from a feaver

When Sorrowes had begyrt me rovnd,
And Paines within and out,
When in my flesh no part was sovnd,
Then didst thou rid me out
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In My Solitary Hours in My Dear Husband his Absence

O Lord,
Thou hear'st my daily moan And see'st my dropping tears
My troubles all are Thee before,
My longings and my fears
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Of the Four Ages of Man

Lo, now four other act upon the stage,
Childhood and Youth, the Many and Old age:
The first son unto phlegm, grandchild to water,
Unstable, supple, cold and moist's his
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