The selected word "my" appears 107 times in the following 23 texts (sorted by results):
- [Imitated] From Propertius. Lib: 2: Eleg: 1. (21 results)
1 You ask why thus my loves I still rehearse,
3 From Cynthia all that in my numbers shines;
4 She is my genius, she inspires the lines;
6 She tunes my easy rhyme and gives the lay to flow.
14 That the soft subject of my song I make,
20 That slumber brings to aid my poetry.
22 She half accepts and half rejects my fires;
24 And struggles to elude my longing eyes;
32 My feeble voice to sound the victor's praise,
36 No mountain-structures in my verse should rise;
42 And thou, Maecenas, be my second care;
63 Nor thou my gentle calling disapprove:
68 To Cynthia all my wishes I confine;
69 Or if, alas! it be my fate to try
71 But she, the mistress of my faithful breast,
76 Ah! let her ever my desires control.
78 From her loved door may my pale corse be borne.
87 The hand that can my captive heart release
99 When then my fates that breath they gave shall claim,
101 A little verse, my all that shall remain,
105 Then to my quiet urn awhile draw near,
- [Translation from Dante, Inferno Canto xxxiii 1-78] (19 results)
6 My inmost heart? Yet if the telling may
11 Sent hither; but a Florentine my ear,
15 My wrongs and from them judge of my revenge.
27 Prophetic of my woes with direful hand
34 Amain, my deadly foes, headed by this
42 My children (they were with me) sleep as yet
46 Or thou dost mourn to think what my poor heart
52 And fastening bolts. Then on my children's eyes
53 Speechless my sight I fixed, nor wept, for all
55 They wept; and first my little dear Anselmo
62 My sons, and in four faces saw my own
69 My struggling sorrow, nor to heighten theirs.
73 When Gaddo, at my feet outstretched, imploring
74 In vain my help, expired; ere the sixth morn
75 Had dawned, my other three before my eyes
79 Hunger had reft my eyesight), often calling
- Agrippina, a Tragedy (14 results)
56 Hence rise my fears. Nor am I yet to learn
105 Of our imperial house. [Cannot my nod]
114 Have not forgot [my] sire: the eye of Rome
119 My great revenge shall rise; or say we sound
154 These hated walls that seem to mock my shame,
156 My thought aches at him; not the basilisk
168 My guilt, the blacker his ingratitude.
173 If from the realms of night my voice ye hear,
175 Accept my vengeance. Though by me ye bled,
176 He was the cause. My love, my fears for him,
177 Dried the soft springs of pity in my heart,
179 Yet if your injured shades demand my fate,
188 Dispel, my fair, with smiles, the timorous cloud
- The Descent of Odin. An Ode (8 results)
29 Who thus afflicts my troubled sprite,
49 Unwilling I my lips unclose:
51 O. Once again my call obey.
57 Now my weary lips I close:
59 O. Prophetess, my spell obey,
71 Now my weary lips I close:
73 O. Yet a while my call obey.
89 To break my iron-sleep again,
- The Bard. A Pindaric Ode (6 results)
39 'Dear lost companions of my tuneful art,
41 'Dear, as the ruddy drops that warm my heart,
104 'They melt, they vanish from my eyes.
107 'Visions of glory, spare my aching sight,
108 'Ye unborn ages, crowd not on my soul!
133 'And distant warblings lessen on my ear,
- Imitated from Propertius, Lib: 3: Eleg: 5: (6 results)
12 My soul in Bacchus' pleasing fetters bound;
17 When my changed head these locks no more shall know,
20 To Providence, to him my thoughts I'd raise,
55 These soft, inglorious joys my hours engage;
56 Be love my youth's pursuit and science crown my age.
- A Long Story (4 results)
11 My grave Lord-Keeper led the brawls;
49 My lady heard their joint petition,
131 My lady rose and with a grace—
144 And keep my lady from her rubbers.
- Ode for Music (3 results)
14 Bursts on my ear the indignant lay:
34 'With Freedom by my side, and soft-eyed Melancholy.'
67 'Welcome, my noble son,' (she cries aloud)
- Song I (3 results)
2 And droop without knowing the source of my anguish;
4 Yet close my dull eyes when I see it returning;
6 Sounds that steal from my tongue, by no meaning connected!
- Song II (3 results)
11 Cease my doubts, my fears to move;
12 Spare the honour of my love.
- [The Death of Hoel] (2 results)
6 By them my friend, my Hoel, died,
- [Lines Spoken by the Ghost of John Dennis at the Devil Tavern] (2 results)
14 My soul, when first she tried her flight to wing,
37 Would tire alike your patience and my muse.
- Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College (2 results)
13 Where once my careless childhood strayed,
18 My weary soul they seem to soothe,
- Ode to Adversity (2 results)
44 To soften, not to wound my heart,
47 Exact my own defects to scan,
- Sonnet [on the Death of Mr Richard West] (2 results)
7 My lonely anguish melts no heart but mine;
8 And in my breast the imperfect joys expire.
- [Translation] From Tasso [Gerusalemme Liberata] Canto 14, Stanza 32-9. (2 results)
27 'Vast, O my friends, and difficult the toil
38 That to the grotto leads, my dark abode.'
- [Verse Fragments] (2 results)
10 The cadence of my song repeat
11 & hail thee in my words.
- The Candidate (1 result)
10 No; at our time of life, 'twould be silly, my dear.'
- [Conan] (1 result)
1 Conan's name, my lay, rehearse,
- [Hymn to Ignorance. A Fragment] (1 result)
25 Goddess! awake, arise! alas, my fears!
- The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode (1 result)
46 The fond complaint, my song, disprove,
- Stanzas to Mr Bentley (1 result)
26 My lines a secret sympathy [...]
- The Triumphs of Owen. A Fragment (1 result)
1 Owen's praise demands my song,