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Gotham - Book III
Charles Churchill
Can the fond mother from herself depart? Can she forget the darling of her heart, The little darling whom she bore and bred, Nursed on her knees, a...Rate it:

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Gotham - Book I
Charles Churchill
Far off (no matter whether east or west, A real country, or one made in jest, Nor yet by modern Mandevilles disgraced, Nor by map-jobbers wretchedl...Rate it:

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Gotham - Book II
Charles Churchill
How much mistaken are the men who think That all who will, without restraint may drink, May largely drink, e'en till their bowels burst, Pleading n...Rate it:

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Three Men of Gotham
Thomas Love Peacock
SEAMEN three! What men be ye? Gotham's three wise men we be. Whither in your bowl so free? To rake the moon from out the sea. The bowl goes tri...Rate it:

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A Gotham Garden of Verses
Franklin P. Adams
I In summer when the days are hot The subway is delayed a lot; In winter, quite the selfsame thing; In autumn also, and in spring. And does it...Rate it:

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Book Agent Story
James McIntyre
As we have given several humorous Scottish stories in verse we will venture to trespass on your good nature by giving an American specimen. The sce...Rate it:

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Limca Book Of Records - India And Her People At Their Very Best.
Nikhil Parekh
Tribute Poetry on the Limca Book of Records India - limcabookofrecords.in, which is India’s Best Book of Records, also Ranked 2nd in the World offi...Rate it:

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The Book Of Joyous Children
James Whitcomb Riley
Bound and bordered in leaf-green, Edged with trellised buds and flowers And glad Summer-gold, with clean White and purple morning-glories Such as s...Rate it:

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My Book
Robert William Service
Before I drink myself to death, God, let me finish up my Book! At night, I fear, I fight for breath, And wake up whiter than a spook; And crawl off...Rate it:

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The Poet And His Book
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Down, you mongrel, Death! Back into your kennel! I have stolen breath In a stalk of fennel! You shall scratch and you shall whine Many a night, and...Rate it:

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The Book of Annandale
Edwin Arlington Robinson
I Partly to think, more to be left alone, George Annandale said something to his friends— A word or two, brusque, but yet smoothed enough To su...Rate it:

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Valediction to his Book
John Donne
I'LL tell thee now (dear love) what thou shalt do To anger destiny, as she doth us ; How I shall stay, though she eloign me thus, And how poster...Rate it:

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Author's Apology For His Book
John Bunyan
WHEN at the first I took my pen in hand Thus for to write, I did not understand That I at all should make a little book In such a mode: nay, I had...Rate it:

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Book Of The Duchesse
Geoffrey Chaucer
THE PROEM I have gret wonder, be this lighte, How that I live, for day ne nighte I may nat slepe wel nigh noght, I have so...Rate it:

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Life's Lesson Book
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Life is a ponderous lesson-book, and Fate The teacher. When I came to love's fair leaf My teacher turned the page and bade me wait. 'Learn first,' ...Rate it:

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The Duellist - Book III
Charles Churchill
Ah me! what mighty perils wait The man who meddles with a state, Whether to strengthen, or oppose! False are his friends, and firm his foes: How mu...Rate it:

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Troilus And Criseyde: Book 02
Geoffrey Chaucer
Incipit Prohemium Secundi Libri. Out of these blake wawes for to sayle, O wind, O wind, the weder ginneth clere; For in this see the boot hath swi...Rate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book III
Edward Young
The book unfolding, the resplendent seat Of saints and angels, the tremendous fate Of guilty souls, the gloomy realms of woe, And all the horrors o...Rate it:

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Ballades II - Of The Book-Hunter
Andrew Lang
IN torrid heats of late July, In March, beneath the bitter bise, He book-hunts while the loungers fly, He book-hunts, though December freeze; I...Rate it:

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Book Lover
Robert William Service
I keep collecting books I know I'll never, never read; My wife and daughter tell me so, And yet I never head. "Please make me," says some wistful t...Rate it:

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Go, Little Book - The Ancient Phrase
Robert Louis Stevenson
GO, little book - the ancient phrase And still the daintiest - go your ways, My Otto, over sea and land, Till you shall come to Nelly's hand. How ...Rate it:

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Temora - Book V1
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT This book opens with a speech of Fingal, who sees Cathmor descending to the assistance of his flying army. The king despatches Ossian to...Rate it:

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Temora - Book VII
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. This book begins about the middle of the third night from the opening of the poem. The poet describes a kind of mist, which rose by nig...Rate it:

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The Book Of Creation
John Newton
The book of nature open lies, With much instruction stored; But till the Lord anoints our eyes We cannot read a word. Philosophers have pored in ...Rate it:

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The Gift Book (To J. R.)
Rudolph Valentino
A book is a kindly gracious thing. Each has a particular gift to bring. It may be the wealth Of a wonderful life, Or the thrilling adventure ...Rate it:

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