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Calvin Campbell
Edgar Lee Masters
Ye who are kicking against Fate, Tell me how it is that on this hill-side, Running down to the river, Which fronts the sun and the south-wind, This...Rate it:

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Trooper Campbell
Henry Lawson
One day old Trooper Campbell Rode out to Blackman's Run, His cap-peak and his sabre Were glancing in the sun. 'Twas New Year's Eve, and slow...Rate it:

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Thomas Campbell
James McIntyre
As musings on Banks of Canadian Thames doth not necessarily consist of meditations in verse, but the monotony of the cogitations may be relieved by...Rate it:

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Donal Campbell
William Henry Drummond
DONAL' CAMPBELL -Donal' Bane- sailed away across the ocean With the tartans of Clan Gordon, to the Indies' distant shore, But on Dargai's lonely ...Rate it:

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Bowles And Campbell
George Gordon Lord Byron
To the tune of 'Why, how now, saucy jade?' Why, how now, saucy Tom? If you thus must ramble, I will publish some Remarks on Mister Campbell. ANS...Rate it:

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Campbell Man
nicholas johnston
He had always been there, as ancient as the soil that he loved. Apricots, twisted bleeding, crying trees were in morning for they knew what was to...Rate it:

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Stanzas On the Death of Miss Campbell
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Rose of our love, how soon thou art faded, The blight has past over thy April bloom, Where are the hopes that dwelt on thee, all shaded, The hear...Rate it:

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The Battle of Alma
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas on the heights of Alma the battle began. But the Russians turned and fled every man; Because Sir Colin Campbell's Highland Brigade put them t...Rate it:

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The Incarnate One
Edwin Muir
The windless northern surge, the sea-gull's scream, And Calvin's kirk crowning the barren brae. I think of Giotto the Tuscan shepherd's dream, Chri...Rate it:

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M'Andrew's Hymn
Rudyard Kipling
Lord, Thou hast made this world below the shadow of a dream, An', taught by time, I tak' it so -- exceptin' always Steam. From coupler-flange to sp...Rate it:

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McAndrew's Hymn
Rudyard Kipling
Lord, Thou hast made this world below the shadow of a dream, An', taught by time, I tak' it so -- exceptin' always Steam. From coupler-flange to sp...Rate it:

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Brantford
James McIntyre
In these sketches of towns in Western Ontario, we are not vain enough to suppose that because we have produced some rhymes thereon that said rhymes...Rate it:

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Reedy River
Henry Lawson
Ten miles down Reedy River A pool of water lies, And all the year it mirrors The changes in the skies, And in that pool's broad bosom Is room ...Rate it:

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The Cynotaph,
Richard Harris Barham
Poor Tray charmant! Poor Tray de mon Ami! -- Dog-bury, and Vergers. Oh! where shall I bury my poor dog Tray, Now his fleeting breath has pass'...Rate it:

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Wars In Queen Victorias Reign
James McIntyre
We will now sing in thoughtful strain Of wars in Queen Victoria's reign, The Russian Bear did ages lurk All ready for to spring on Turk, For Russia...Rate it:

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The Two-Sided Man
Rudyard Kipling
Much I owe to the Lands that grew-- More to the Lives that fed-- But most to Allah Who gave me two Separate sides to my head. Much I reflect on th...Rate it:

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A Dedication
Robert Burns
Expect na, sir, in this narration, A fleechin, fleth'rin Dedication, To roose you up, an' ca' you guid, An' sprung o' great an' noble bluid, Be...Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 1. Interlude V.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A strain of music closed the tale, A low, monotonous, funeral wail, That with its cadence, wild and sweet, Made the long Saga more complete. 'Tha...Rate it:

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The Gallows
John Greenleaf Whittier
I. THE suns of eighteen centuries have shone Since the Redeemer walked with man, and made The fisher's boat, the cavern's floor of stone, And mount...Rate it:

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The House-Top
Herman Melville
No sleep. The sultriness pervades the air And blinds the brain-a dense oppression, such As tawny tigers feel in matted shades, Vexing their blood a...Rate it:

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The New Zealot To The Sun
Herman Melville
Persian, you rise Aflame from climes of sacrifice Where adulators sue, And prostrate man, with brow abased, Adheres to rites whose tenor traced All...Rate it:

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Trinitas
John Greenleaf Whittier
At morn I prayed, 'I fain would see How Three are One, and One is Three; Read the dark riddle unto me.' I wandered forth, the sun and air I saw be...Rate it:

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Ye Idyll Of Ye Hippopopotamus
Ambrose Bierce
With a Methodist hymn in his musical throat, The Sun was emitting his ultimate note; His quivering larynx enwrinkled the sea Like an Ichthyosaurian...Rate it:

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À Une Dame Créole (To A Creole Lady)
Charles Baudelaire
Au pays parfumé que le soleil caresse, J'ai connu, sous un dais d'arbres tout empourprés Et de palmiers d'où pleut sur les yeux la paresse, Une dam...Rate it:

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L'Ennemi (The Enemy)
Charles Baudelaire
Ma jeunesse ne fut qu'un ténébreux orage, Traversé çà et là par de brillants soleils; Le tonnerre et la pluie ont fait un tel ravage, Qu'il reste e...Rate it:

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