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Elegy XIV. Declining an Invitation To Visit Foreign Countries
William Shenstone
DECLINING AN INVITATION TO VISIT FOREIGN COUNTRIES, HE TAKES OCCASION TO INTIMATE THE ADVANTAGES OF HIS OWN. TO LORD TEMPLE. While others, lost to...Rate it:

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Foreign Children
Robert Louis Stevenson
Little Indian, Sioux, or Crow, Little frosty Eskimo, Little Turk or Japanee, Oh! don't you wish that you were me? You have seen the scarlet tr...Rate it:

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Foreign Lands
Henry Lawson
You may roam the wide seas over, follow, meet, and cross the sun, Sail as far as ships can sail, and travel far as trains can run; You may ride and...Rate it:

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Foreign Lands
Robert Louis Stevenson
Up into the cherry tree Who should climb but little me? I held the trunk with both my hands And looked abroad in foreign lands. I saw the next...Rate it:

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Foreign Missions in Battle Array
Vachel Lindsay
An endless line of splendor, These troops with heaven for home, With creeds they go from Scotland, With incense go from Rome. These, in the nam...Rate it:

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On Exaggerated Deference To Foreign Literary Opinion
William Watson
What! and shall _we_, with such submissive airs As age demands in reverence from the young, Await these crumbs of praise from Europe flung, And dou...Rate it:

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The Foreign Drunk
Henry Lawson
When you get tight in foreign lands You never need go slinking, No female neighbours lift their hands And say “The brute!—he’s drinking!” No mischi...Rate it:

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The Foreign Land
Coventry Patmore
A woman is a foreign land, Of which, though there he settle young, A man will ne'er quite understand The customs, politics, and tongue. The foolish...Rate it:

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The Legend of the Foreign Office
Rudyard Kipling
Rajah of Kolazai, Drinketh the "simpkin" and brandy peg, Maketh the money to fly, Vexeth a Government, tender and kind, Also -- but this is a de...Rate it:

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Those Foreign Engineers
Henry Lawson
Old Ivan McIvanovitch, with knitted brow of care, Has climbed up from the engine-room to get a breath of air; He slowly wipes the grease and sweat ...Rate it:

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To Foreign Lands
Walt Whitman
I HEARD that you ask'd for something to prove this puzzle, the New World, And to define America, her athletic Democracy; Therefo...Rate it:

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