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      詩歌:A Morning Wish 在清晨許個愿2009-06-25
      Nothing that shall make the world or others poorer, nothing at the expense of other men; but just those few things which in their coming do not stop me but touch me rather, as they pass and gather strength.
      詩歌:Loving Yourself Unconditionally 全心全意愛自己2009-06-24
      Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. Here is our newest program, a humble effort offered to you in the hopes that you'll find something here that is worth your while, something that moves or inspires or motivates you in very positive ways.
      詩歌:Discover Your Passion and Purpose 點燃你的激情2009-06-24
      Imagine that your feelings are a child within. If you ignore this child - by ignoring your feelings - this child feels abandoned. Our refusal to feel and take responsibility for our own pain is an inner abandonment and results in anxiety, depression, or inner emptiness.
      詩歌:The Folly Of Being Comforted2009-06-23
      William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)
      詩歌:This Is Just To Say2009-06-23
      William Carlos Williams (1883-1963)
      William Carlos Williams (1883-1963)
      詩歌:The last Night that She lived2009-06-22
      Emily Dickinson
      詩歌:From Song Of Myself2009-06-21
      Walt Whitman (1819 – 1892)
      詩歌:The Jaguar2009-06-21
      Ted Hughes (1930 - 1998)
      詩歌:Love in the Lab2009-06-20
      The inscriptions on the specimen jars which lined the room in racks took fire in their minds: what were yesterday mere hieroglyphs from the periodic table became today urgent proof that even here - laboratory life - writing is mystical.
      詩歌:A Musical Instrument2009-06-20
      Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 - 1861)
      詩歌:The Fascination of What's Difficult2009-06-01
      William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)
      詩歌:To Waken an Old Lady2009-06-01
      William Carlos Williams (1883-1963)
      詩歌:Love Songs in Age2009-05-30
      Philip Larkin (1922-1985)
      詩歌:Cut Grass2009-05-30
      Philip Larkin (1922-1985)
      詩歌:The Thought Fox2009-05-28
      I imagine this midnight moment's forest:
      詩歌:The Horses2009-05-28
      I climbed through woods in the hour-before-dawn dark.
      詩歌:The Wild Swans At Coole2009-05-26
      William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)
      詩歌:I Started Early - Took My Dog2009-05-26
      Emily Dickinson (1830-86)
      詩歌:A Red, Red Rose2009-05-25
      Robert Burns(1759–1796)
      詩歌:Spring And All (Excerpts)2009-05-25
      William Carlos Williams
      詩歌:For the Union Dead-Robert Lowell2009-05-23
      Relinquunt Omnia Servare Rem Publicam.
      詩歌:Churning Day2009-05-23
      A thick crust, coarse-grained as limestone rough-cast
      詩歌:Virtue 美德2009-05-22
      詩歌:Virtue 美德
      G.Herbert / 赫伯特
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