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Epode
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
BEYOND the Night, down o'er the labouring East, I see light's harbinger of day released: Upon the false gleam of the ante-dawn, Lo, the fair heaven...Rate it:

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Epode
William Taylor Collins
In earliest Grece to Thee with partial Choice, The Grief-full Muse addrest her infant Tongue; The Maids and Matrons, on her awful Voice, ...Rate it:

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Horace, Seventh Epode
James Clerk Maxwell
Whither, whither, reckless Romans, Are you rushing, sword in hand? Has not yet the blood of brothers, Fully stained the sea and land? Not that rag...Rate it:

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Lucasta's World Epode
Richard Lovelace
I. Cold as the breath of winds that blow To silver shot descending snow, Lucasta sigh't; when she did close The world in frosty chaines! An...Rate it:

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To Lucasta From Prison An Epode
Richard Lovelace
I. Long in thy shackels, liberty I ask not from these walls, but thee; Left for awhile anothers bride, To fancy all the world beside. ...Rate it:

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Ode to Naples
Percy Bysshe Shelley
EPODE 1a. I stood within the City disinterred; And heard the autumnal leaves like light footfalls Of spirits passing through the streets; and hear...Rate it:

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Fragment of a Greek Tragedy
Alfred Edward Housman
I have no notion why. Epode But now does my boding hearRate it:

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Music's Duel
Richard Crashaw
airs, she qualifies their zeal With the cool epode of a graver note ; Thus high, thus low, as if heRate it:

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Ode to Fear
William Taylor Collins
can see, And look not madly wild, like thee? Epode In earliest Greece, to thee, with partial choiRate it:

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The Cyclops
Percy Bysshe Shelley
you horned thing, Wild, seditious, rambling! EPODE: An Iacchic melody To the golden Aphrodite WilRate it:

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The Last Laugh
Franklin P. Adams
Horace: Epode 25 "Nox erat et cælo fulgebat Luna sereno---" How sweet the moonlight sleeps," I quoted, "Upon this bank!" that starry night-- Th...Rate it:

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The Stalling of Q.H.F.
Franklin P. Adams
Horace: Epode 14 "Mollis inertia cur tantam diffuderit imis" Maecenas, you fret me, you worry me Demanding I turn out a rhyme; Insisting on rea...Rate it:

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To Mr. John Rouse, Librarian of the University of Oxford. (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
ancient glorious Lights of Greece and Rome. Epode Ye, then my works, no longer vain And worthless Rate it:

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