Huffy Henry hid the day, unappeasable Henry sulked. I see his point,—a trying to put things over. It was the thought that they thought they could do it made Henry wicked & away. But he should have come out and talked. All the world like a woolen lover once did seem on Henry's side. Then came a
Browse below for poems about dreams and dreaming.
|1820||A Dream Within a Dream||Edgar Allan Poe|
|1816||Kubla Khan||Samuel Taylor Coleridge|
|1816||Darkness||George Gordon Byron|
|1816||Lullaby of an Infant Chief||Sir Walter Scott|
|1794||Cradle Song||William Blake|
|1633||The Good-Morrow||John Donne|