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“From, that fair land and drear land in the South”
John Boyle O'Reilly
From, that fair land and drear land in the South, Of which through years I do not cease to think, I brought a tale, learned not by word of mouth,...Rate it:

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Ah, Yesterday Was Dark and Drear
Mathilde Blind
Ah, yesterday was dark and drear, My heart was deadly sore; Without thy love it seemed, my Dear, That I could live no more. And yet I laugh an...Rate it:

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In Drear-Nighted December
John Keats
IN drear-nighted December, Too happy, happy tree, Thy branches ne'er remember Their green felicity: The north cannot undo them With a sleety whistl...Rate it:

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Stanzas. In A Drear-Nighted December
John Keats
1. In drear-nighted December, Too happy, happy tree, Thy branches ne'er remember Their green felicity: The north cannot undo them With a sleety whi...Rate it:

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Fair and Fair
George Peele
Oenone: Fair and fair, and twice so fair, As fair as any may be; The fairest shepherd on our green, A love for any lady. Paris: Fair and fai...Rate it:

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Delia VI: Fair is my love, and cruel as she's fair
Samuel Daniel
VI Fair is my love, and cruel as she's fair: Her brow shades frowns although her eyes are sunny, Her smiles are lightning though her prid...Rate it:

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Away Down South In The Land of Traitors
Anonymous Americas
Away down South in the land of traitors, Rattlesnakes and alligators, Right away, come away, right away, come away. Where cotton's king and men are...Rate it:

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Too soon so fair, fair lilies
Augusta Davies Webster
TOO soon so fair, fair lilies; To bloom is then to wane; The folded bud has still To-morrow at its will; Blown flowers can never blow again. Too s...Rate it:

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The Old Land And The Young Land
Alfred Austin
The Young Land said, ``I have borne it long, But can suffer it now no more; I must end this endless inhuman wrong Within hail of my own free shore....Rate it:

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The South Wind And The Sun
James Whitcomb Riley
O The South Wind and the Sun! How each loved the other one Full of fancy--- full folly-- Full of jollity and fun! How they romped and ran about, Li...Rate it:

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North And South
James Whitcomb Riley
Of the North I wove a dream, All bespangled with the gleam Of the glancing wings of swallows Dipping ripples in a stream, That, like a tide of wine...Rate it:

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Moonlight North and South
Robert Fuller Murray
Love, we have heard together The North Sea sing his tune, And felt the wind's wild feather Brush past our cheeks at noon, And seen the cloudy weath...Rate it:

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North and South
Claude McKay
O sweet are tropic lands for waking dreams! There time and life move lazily along. There by the banks of blue-and-silver streams Grass-sheltered...Rate it:

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To Thyrza: And Thou Art Dead, As Young And Fair
George Gordon Lord Byron
And thou art dead, as young and fair As aught of mortal birth; And form so soft, and charms so rare, Too soon return'd to Earth! Though Earth recei...Rate it:

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The eyes are black and beautiful complexion fair and sweet.
Shad Azimabadi
The eyes are black and beautiful complexion fair and sweet. Long and loose hang the locks the face innocence breathes. The brow is broad and winso...Rate it:

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Bards of Passion and of Mirth, written on the Blank Page before Beaumont and Fletcher's Tragi-Comedy 'The Fair Maid of the Inn'
John Keats
BARDS of Passion and of Mirth, Ye have left your souls on earth! Have ye souls in heaven too, Doubled-lived in regions new? Yes, and those of h...Rate it:

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Sunny New South Wales
Andrew Barton Paterson
We often hear men boast about the land which gave them birth, And each one thinks his native land the fairest spot on earth; In beauty, ric...Rate it:

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The South Country
Hilaire Belloc
When I am living in the Midlands That are sodden and unkind, I light my lamp in the evening: My work is left behin...Rate it:

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Bonnie New South Wales
Henry Lawson
It surely cannot be too soon, and never is too late, It tones with all Australia’s tune to praise one’s native State, And so I bring an old refrain...Rate it:

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To The South
Paul Laurence Dunbar
ON ITS NEW SLAVERY Heart of the Southland, heed me pleading now, Who bearest, unashamed, upon my brow The long kiss of the loving tropic sun, And ...Rate it:

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South Wind
Siegfried Sassoon
Where have you been, South Wind, this May-day morning,— With larks aloft, or skimming with the swallow, Or with blackbirds in a green, sun-glinte...Rate it:

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The South Wind: A Fisherman's Blessing
Charles Kingsley
O blessed drums of Aldershot! O blessed South-west train! O blessed, blessed Speaker's clock, All prophesying rain! O blessed yaffil, laughing lou...Rate it:

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Limerick: There was an Old Man of the South
Edward Lear
There was an Old Man of the South, Who had an immederate mouth; But in swallowing a dish, That was quite full of fish, He was choked, that Old Man ...Rate it:

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The South-Wester
George Meredith
Day of the cloud in fleets! O day Of wedded white and blue, that sail Immingled, with a footing ray In shadow-sandals down our vale! - And swift to...Rate it:

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South-West Wind In The Woodland
George Meredith
The silence of preluded song - AEolian silence charms the woods; Each tree a harp, whose foliaged strings Are waiting for the master's touch To...Rate it:

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