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Fear No More - Poem by William Shakespeare

Fear no more the heat o' the sun;
Nor the furious winter's rages,
Thou thy worldly task hast done,
Home art gone, and ta'en thy wages;
Golden lads and girls all must,
As chimney sweepers come to dust.

Fear no more the frown of the great,
Thou art past the tyrant's stroke:
Care no more to clothe and eat;
To thee the reed is as the oak:
The sceptre, learning, physic, must
All follow this, and come to dust.

Fear no more the lightning-flash,
Nor the all-dread thunder-stone;
Fear not slander, censure rash;
Thou hast finished joy and moan;
All lovers young, all lovers must
Consign to thee, and come to dust.

No exorciser harm thee!
Nor no witchcraft charm thee!
Ghost unlaid forbear thee!
Nothing ill come near thee!
Quiet consummation have;
And renowned be thy grave!

Comments about Fear No More by William Shakespeare

  • Dr Tony Brahmin 8/31/2020 10:47:00 PM

    Fear no more the lightning-flash,
    Nor the all-dread thunder-stone;
    Fear not slander, censure rash;
    Thou hast finished joy and moan;
    The great Schakespeare of all times. tony
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  • Geoffrey 8/29/2020 6:06:00 PM

    I Iike the idea that chimney sweepers was the name for dandelion seed-heads, the golden heads turns to dusty seeds, but I do not know if this interpretation can be sustained. Reply

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  • Drahcir rotcorp 8/3/2020 9:47:00 PM

    is closed for Satan is among us! Reply

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  • Joe kurian 2/11/2020 10:18:00 AM

    He one of the famous poet and I loved the poem Reply

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  • William wiles 12/18/2019 5:27:00 PM

    William Shakespeare is one of the best poem writers there is around and I like his poems to Reply

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  • Navod Dilhara 11/28/2019 1:02:00 AM

    If he were alive, He would surely compose more of this kind! Reply

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  • Julia Luber 9/13/2019 3:42:00 PM

    Every time I read and remember this poem exists, it strikes me with more and more exquisite meaning. A poem that frees one's mood from an acknowledgement of one's current circumstance. Reply

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  • Julia Luber 9/13/2019 3:40:00 PM

    GEts more and more magnificent every time I read it, hear it, remember that it is. Reply

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  • Ratnakar Mandlik 8/4/2019 4:20:00 AM

    " Fear no more the heat of the Sun
    As chimney sweepers come to dust"
    Great message given by the master spirit.
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  • a musa gwaneri 7/23/2019 7:40:00 AM

    Add a comment. this a womdrful Reply

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Fear Poems
  1. 1. Fear No More
    William Shakespeare
  2. 2. A Darting Fear&Mdash;A Pomp&Mdash;A Tear
    Emily Dickinson
  3. 3. Fear Of The Inexplicable
    Rainer Maria Rilke
  4. 4. Fear
    Sara Teasdale
  5. 5. Don'T Fear Death
    Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
  6. 6. Fear Is What Quickens Me
    James Arlington Wright
  7. 7. No Fear
    David Darbyshire
  8. 8. How Fear Came
    Rudyard Kipling
  9. 9. Sonnet 9: Is It For Fear To Wet A Widow'..
    William Shakespeare
  10. 10. Fear Not, Dear Friend, But Freely Live Y..
    Robert Louis Stevenson
  11. 11. Fear Of Love
    Misty Iacobucci
  12. 12. Look Not In My Eyes, For Fear
    Alfred Edward Housman
  13. 13. Rilke's Fear Of Dogs
    Jeffrey Harrison
  14. 14. Fear
    Ciaran Carson
  15. 15. Fear
    Robert William Service
  16. 16. ! I Have A Fear - I May Be Wrong.
    Michael Shepherd
  17. 17. Fear
    rico graham
  18. 18. Of Godly Fear
    John Bunyan
  19. 19. Lively Hope And Gracious Fear
    William Cowper
  20. 20. (879) Fear Me-Stay Alive
    Melvina Germain
  21. 21. We Meet At The Judgment And I Fear It Not
    Vachel Lindsay
  22. 22. (877) Fear Of The Unknown
    Melvina Germain
  23. 23. The Fear Of Burial
    Louise Gluck
  24. 24. To His Heart, Bidding It Have No Fear
    William Butler Yeats
  25. 25. An Encyclopedia Of Fear (To Ron Oliver)
    Aram Stefanian
  26. 26. I Do Not Fear To Own Me Kin
    Robert Louis Stevenson
  27. 27. Fear Of The Unknown.
    Graham Jones
  28. 28. The Fear Of Fear
    Samah Khan
  29. 29. - Blind Fear: : Humour, Inspiration
    Alessandra Liverani
  30. 30. Fear And Intuition
    Amberlee Carter
  31. 31. Fear
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  32. 32. I Fear A Man Of Frugal Speech
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  33. 33. Fear
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  34. 34. Fear Not
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  35. 35. Another Fear
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  36. 36. Book Iii - Part 04 - Folly Of The Fear O..
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  37. 37. Fear
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  38. 38. Fear Ye Not
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  39. 39. Adolescent Fear
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  40. 40. A Bed Of Fear
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  41. 41. Mid-Forest Fear
    Roderic Quinn
  42. 42. Why You'Ve Fear When I'M Here?
    Rajaram Ramachandran
  43. 43. Fear
    Aisha Sherazi
  44. 44. No More Fear Of My Beast
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  45. 45. Fog Of Fear
    Joey Nissen
  46. 46. Fear Of Death
    Lovina Sylvia Chidi
  47. 47. Fear
    Analissa Range
  48. 48. Afraid To Fear
    Ted Sheridan
  49. 49. Doubt, Fear And Faith
    David Taylor
  50. 50. Fear Is Everywhere You Look
    Thomas Henderson

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Fear Poems

  1. Fear Of The Inexplicable

    But fear of the inexplicable has not alone impoverished the existence of the individual; the relationship between one human being and another has also been cramped by it, as though it had been lifted out of the riverbed of endless possibilities and set down in a fallow spot on the bank, to which nothing happens. For it is not inertia alone that is responsible for human relationships repeating themselves from case to case, indescribably monotonous and unrenewed: it is shyness before any sort of new,unforeseeable experience with which one does not think oneself able to cope. But only someone who is ready for everything, who excludes nothing, not even the most enigmatical, will live the relation to another as something alive and will himself draw exhaustively from his own existence. For if we think of this existence of the individual as a larger or smaller room, it appears evident that most people learn to know only a corner of their room, a place by the window, a strip of floor on which they walk up and down. Thus they have a certain security. And yet that dangerous insecurity is so much more human which drives the prisoners in Poe's stories to feel out the shapes of their horrible dungeons and not be strangers to the unspeakable terror of their abode. We, however, are not prisoners. No traps or snares are set about us, and there is nothing which should intimidate or worry us. We are set down in life as in the element to which we best correspond, and over and above this we have through thousands of years of accommodation become so like this life, that when we hold still we are, through a happy mimicry,scarcely to be distinguished from all that surrounds us. We have no reason to mistrust our world, for it is not against us. Has it terrors, they are our terrors; has it abysses, those abuses belong to us; are dangers at hand, we must try to love them. And if only we arrange our life according to that principle which counsels us that we must always hold to the difficult, then that which now still seems to us the most alien will become what we most trust and find most faithful. How should we be able to forget those ancient myths about dragons that at the last moment turn into princesses; perhaps all the dragons of our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us once beautiful and brave. Perhaps everything terrible is in its deepest being something helpless that wants help from us.

  2. Fear

    I am afraid, oh I am so afraid! The cold black fear is clutching me to-night As long ago when they would take the light And leave the little child who would have prayed, Frozen and sleepless at the thought of death. My heart that beats too fast will rest too soon; I shall not know if it be night or noon, -- Yet shall I struggle in the dark for breath? Will no one fight the Terror for my sake, The heavy darkness that no dawn will break? How can they leave me in that dark alone, Who loved the joy of light and warmth so much, And thrilled so with the sense of sound and touch, -- How can they shut me underneath a stone?

  3. A Darting Fear&Mdash;A Pomp&Mdash;A Tear

    87 A darting fear—a pomp—a tear— A waking on a morn To find that what one waked for, Inhales the different dawn.

  4. Don'T Fear Death

    Don't fear death in earthly travels. Don't fear enemies or friends. Just listen to the words of prayers, To pass the facets of the dreads. Your death will come to you, and never You shall be, else, a slave of life, Just waiting for a dawn's favor, From nights of poverty and strife. She'll build with you a common law, One will of the Eternal Reign. And you are not condemned to slow And everlasting deadly pain.