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Canis Major
Robert Frost
The great Overdog That heavenly beast With a star in one eye Gives a leap in the east. He dances upright All the way to the west And never once dro...Rate it:

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The Modern Major-General
William Schwenck Gilbert
I am the very pattern of a modern Major-Gineral, I've information vegetable, animal, and mineral; I know the kings of England, and I quote the figh...Rate it:

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Little Major
Henry Clay Work
At his post, the "Little Major" Dropp'd his drum, that battle-day; On the grass, all stain'd with crimson, Through that battle-night he lay-- Cryin...Rate it:

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London Types: Drum-Major
William Ernest Henley
Who says Drum-Major says a man of mould, Shaking the meek earth with tremendous tread, And pacing still, a triumph to behold, Of his own spine a...Rate it:

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In Memory of Major Robert Gregory
William Butler Yeats
Now that we're almost settled in our house I'll name the friends that cannot sup with us Beside a fire of turf in th' ancient tower, And having ...Rate it:

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Major Bellenden's Song
Sir Walter Scott
And what though winter will pinch severe Through locks of grey and a cloak that's old? Yet keep up thy heart, bold cavalier, For a cup of sack s...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of The Ice-Worm Cocktail
Robert William Service
To Dawson Town came Percy Brown from London on the Thames. A pane of glass was in his eye, and stockings on his stems. Upon the shoulder of his coa...Rate it:

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A Letter To Doctor Ingelo, then With My Lord Whitlock, Ambassador From The Protector To The Queen Of Sweden
Andrew Marvell
Quid facis Arctoi charissime transfuga coeli, Ingele, proh sero cognite, rapte cito? Num satis Hybernum defendis pellibus Astrum, Qui modo tam moll...Rate it:

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Jean Desprez
Robert William Service
Oh ye whose hearts are resonant, and ring to War's romance, Hear ye the story of a boy, a peasant boy of France; A lad uncouth and warped with toil...Rate it:

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General John
William Schwenck Gilbert
The bravest names for fire and flames And all that mortal durst, Were GENERAL JOHN and PRIVATE JAMES, Of the Sixty-seventy-first. GENERAL JOHN was...Rate it:

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Orange peel
John Milton Hayes
THE COLONEL stopped, and glared around, Then, pointing sternly to the ground, ‘What does this mean?’ demanded he, ‘A piece of orange peel I see!’ ...Rate it:

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The Battle of Alexandria
William Topaz McGonagall
It was on the 21st of March in the year of 1801, The British were at their posts every man; And their position was naturally very strong, And the w...Rate it:

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The Two Majors
William Schwenck Gilbert
An excellent soldier who's worthy the name Loves officers dashing and strict: When good, he's content with escaping all blame, When naughty, he lik...Rate it:

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Ausonius Lib. Epig.
Richard Lovelace
AUSONIUS LIB. EPIG. Trinarii quodam currentem in littoris ora Ante canes leporem caeruleus rapuit; At lepus: in me omnis terrae pelagique rapina...Rate it:

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Epitaphium Alterum
William Cowper
Hic etiam jacet, Qui totum novennium vixit, Puss. Siste paulisper, Qui præteriturus es, Et tecum sic reputa-- Hunc neque canis venaticus, Nec plum...Rate it:

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Epitaphium Alterum
William Cowper
Hic etiam jacet, Qui totum novennium vixit, Puss. Siste paulisper, Qui præteriturus es, Et tecum sic reputa-- Hunc neque canis venaticus, Nec plum...Rate it:

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A FEW DAYS IN THE LIFE OF A WW1 GUARDSMAN
Alan Parry-Booth
A FEW DAYS IN THE LIFE OF A WW1 GUARDSMAN. In the Belgian town of “Wipers” We were all held down by snipers The Germans were dug in along the roa...Rate it:

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At Last
James Whitcomb Riley
A dark, tempestuous night; the stars shut in With shrouds of fog; an inky, jet-black blot The firmament; and where the moon has been An hour agone ...Rate it:

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Gordon Cumming - The Lion Hunter
James McIntyre
Some thirty years ago, in conversation with an old sea captain who had visited or voyaged to all quarters of the globe, he was denouncing fiercely ...Rate it:

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Nice article - but why call TV "Vernacular television?" I thought you'd refer to Latin as that...
Nobody Nose
A return to public diplomacy? 0Save Syria’s ongoing deadly civil war, Iran’s nuclear weapons program, and a renewed focus to resolve the Israeli-Pa...Rate it:

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The Black Watch Memorial
William Topaz McGonagall
Ye Sons of Mars, it gives me great content To think there has been erected a handsome monument In memory of the Black Watch, which is magnificent t...Rate it:

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The Capture of Lucknow
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas near the Begum Kothie the battle began, Where innocent blood as plentiful as water ran; The Begum Kothie was a place of honour given to the 9...Rate it:

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If You Quit
Robert Randle
Why stop and quit? Quitting is not your personality. Image stopping on the first try. If you quit, you will walk away from dynast. Life will goes ...Rate it:

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Shillin' A Day
Rudyard Kipling
My name is O'Kelly, I've heard the Revelly From Birr to Bareilly, from Leeds to Lahore, Hong-Kong and Peshawur, Lucknow and Etawah, And fifty-five ...Rate it:

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Shot at Dawn
Mark Nadin (The Deal Poet)
18/10/2014 As time passed me by last night my eyes were open wide My mind upon the morning my fear I could not hide I knew that time could not sta...Rate it:

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