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Description of a Tropical Island
Charles Harpur
Behold an Indian isle, reposed Upon the deep’s enamoured breast, Even like a royal bride, be-rosed With passion in her happy rest. Or, when the...Rate it:

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Dead Beyond description
Nikhil Parekh
Dead beyond description are those living eyes; which tirelessly harbor the swords of indiscriminately terrorizing hatred and satanic prejudice, D...Rate it:

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Henry Howard
WHEN youth had led me half the race That Cupid's scourge had made me run ; I looked back to mete the place From whence my weary course begun. ...Rate it:

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Description Of Writing
Ehsan Sehgal
I simply know What I write Upon which sense I cite However, I do not know You understand that, Within what insight I am aware of my heartbeat It...Rate it:

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A Description of a City Shower
Jonathan Swift
Careful Observers may fortel the Hour (By sure Prognosticks) when to dread a Show'r: While Rain depends, the pensive Cat gives o'er Her Frolicks...Rate it:

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A Description Of One Of The Pieces Of Tapistry At Long-Leat
Anne Kingsmill Finch
THUS Tapistry of old, the Walls adorn'd, Ere noblest Dames the artful Shuttle scorn'd: Arachne, then, with Pallas did contest, And scarce th' Im...Rate it:

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A Description Of The Countreys Recreations
Sir Henry Wotton
Quivering fears, Heart-tearing cares, Anxious sighs, Untimely tears, Fly, fly to Courts, Fly to fond worldling's sports, Where strained Sardonic ...Rate it:

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A Description of the Morning
Jonathan Swift
Now hardly here and there a hackney-coach Appearing, show'd the ruddy morn's approach. Now Betty from her master's bed had flown, And softly stole ...Rate it:

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A Figurative Description Of The Procedure Of Divine Love
William Cowper
'Twas my purpose, on a day, To embark, and sail away. As I climbed the vessel's side, Love was sporting in the tide; 'Come,' he said, 'ascend—make ...Rate it:

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Description Of A Lost Friend
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
FROM THE MORNING POST. LOST--near the 'Change in the city, (I saw there a girl that seemed pretty) 'Joe Steel,' a short, cross-looking varlet, ...Rate it:

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Description of Love
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
A true lover is proved such by his pain of heart; No sickness is there like sickness of heart. The lover's ailment is different from all ailments; ...Rate it:

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On A Bank As I Sate A Fishing: A Description Of The Spring
Sir Henry Wotton
And now all Nature seem'd in love, The lusty sap began to move; New juice did stir th'embracing Vines, And Birds had drawn their Valentines: The j...Rate it:

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The 5th Satire Of Book I. Of Horace : A Humorous Description Of The Author's Journey From Rome To Brundusium
William Cowper
'Twas a long journey lay before us, When I and honest Heliodorus, Who far in point of rhetoric Surpasses every living Greek, Each leaving our respe...Rate it:

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The 9th Satire Of Book I. Of Horace : The Description Of An Impertinent. Adapted To The Present Times
William Cowper
Sauntering along the street one day, On trifles musing by the way, Up steps a free familiar wight; (I scarcely knew the man by sight.) 'Carlos (he ...Rate it:

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The Description Of Sir Geoffrey Chaucer
Robert Greene
HIS stature was not very tall, Lean he was, his legs were small, Hosed within a sock of red, A buttoned bonnet on his head, From under which di...Rate it:

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The Description Of Tyburn
John Taylor
I Have heard sundry men oft times dispute Of trees, that in one year will twice bear fruit. But if a man note Tyburn, 'will appear, That that's ...Rate it:

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The Island Of Endless Play
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Said Willie to Tom 'Let us hie away To the wonderful Island of Endless Play. It lies off the border of 'No School Land' And abounds with pleasures...Rate it:

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A Meditation On Rhode-Island Coal
William Cullen Bryant
I sat beside the glowing grate, fresh heaped With Newport coal, and as the flame grew bright --The many-coloured flame--and played and leaped, I th...Rate it:

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An Island
Edwin Arlington Robinson
(SAINT HELENA, 1821) Take it away, and swallow it yourself. Ha! Look you, there’s a rat. Last night there were a dozen on that shelf, And two o...Rate it:

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The Enchanted Island. By Danby
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
AND there the island lay, the waves around Had never known a storm; for the north wind Was charm'd from coming, and the only airs That blew brought...Rate it:

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The Golden Island: Arran From Ayr
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
DEEP set in distant seas it lies; The morning vapors float and fall, The noonday clouds above it rise, Then drop as white as virgin's pall. An...Rate it:

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The Island Of The Scots
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
I. The Rhine is running deep and red, The island lies before- 'Now is there one of all the host Will dare to venture o'er? For not alone the river...Rate it:

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The Island
Edith Nesbit
Does the wind sing in your ears at night, in the town, Rattling the windows and doors of the cheap-built place? Do you hear its song as it fli...Rate it:

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The Island & The Cloud
Kurt Philip Behm
Between freedom and Instagram there is an island, where men go to be alone An island of words in arresting colors, with meaning indicted—b...Rate it:

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No Man Is An Island
John Donne
No man is an island, Entire of itself. Each is a piece of the continent, A part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the les...Rate it:

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