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Greenwich Hospital
William Lisle Bowles
Come to these peaceful seats, and think no more Of cold, of midnight watchings, or the roar Of Ocean, tossing on his restless bed! Come to these pe...Rate it:

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The Hospital Ship
W H Littlejohn
There is a green-lit hospital ship, Green, with a crimson cross, Lazily swaying there in the bay, Lazily bearing my friend away, Leaving me dull-se...Rate it:

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In Hospital
Boris Pasternak
They stood, almost blocking the pavement, As though at a window display; The stretcher was pushed in position, The ambulance started away. Past po...Rate it:

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At The Base Hospital
George Essex Evans
The willows sweep the water, and the rushes lean a-down, And I see the river shining far away, With a snowy cloud above it, floating softly, like a...Rate it:

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Hazel...! …(@ the hospital reception) June,20
saadat tahir
Gothic façade on a rundown hut Two hazel blinkers set in a nut..! (Islamabad) (June 24,2009) Rate it:

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Hospital Barge
Wilfred Owen
Budging the sluggard ripples of the Somme, A barge round old Cérisy slowly slewed. Softly her engines down the current screwed, And chuckled softly...Rate it:

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Hospital Barge at Cerisy
Wilfred Owen
Budging the sluggard ripples of the Somme, A barge round old Cérisy slowly slewed. Softly her engines down the current screwed, And chuckled softly...Rate it:

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Hospital Duties
Anonymous Americas
Fold away all your bright-tinted dresses, Turn the key on your jewels today, And the wealth of your tendril-like tresses Braid back in a serious wa...Rate it:

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In Hospital
Edward George Dyson
It is thirty moons since I slung me hook From the job at the hay and corn, Took me solemn oath, 'n' I straight forsook All the ways of life, din...Rate it:

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In Hospital
Edith Nesbit
Under the shadow of a hawthorn brake, Where bluebells draw the sky down to the wood, Where, 'mid brown leaves, the primroses awake And hidden viole...Rate it:

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Lines Written in Hospital
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Upon a snowy bed I lie, Too placid to complain, And watch the mad world rushing by Beyond my window-pane, The traffic threading in and out And won...Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XVII: The Hospital And
George Crabbe
Govenors AN ardent spirit dwells with Christian love, The eagle's vigour in the pitying dove; 'Tis not enough that we with sorrow sigh, That we the...Rate it:

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To A Soldier In Hospital
Winifred Mary Letts
Courage came to you with your boyhood's grace Of ardent life and limb. Each day new dangers steeled you to the test, To ride, to climb, to swim. Yo...Rate it:

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The Hero of Rorke's Drift
William Topaz McGonagall
Twas at the camp of Rorke's Drift, and at tea-time, And busily engaged in culinary operations was a private of the line; But suddenly he paused, fo...Rate it:

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The Dresser
Walt Whitman
AN old man bending, I come, among new faces, Years looking backward, resuming, in answer to children, Come tell us, old man, as from youn...Rate it:

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The Wound Dresser
Walt Whitman
1 AN old man bending, I come, among new faces, Years looking backward, resuming, in answer to children, Come tell us, old man, as from young men ...Rate it:

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The Last Words of My English Grandmother
William Carlos Williams
There were some dirty plates and a glass of milk beside her on a small table near the rank, disheveled bed-- Wrinkled and nearly blind she lay and...Rate it:

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Breton Wife
Robert William Service
A Wintertide we had been wed When Jan went off to sea; And now the laurel rose is red And I wait on the quay. His berthing boat I watch with dread,...Rate it:

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English Eclogues IV - The Sailor's Mother
Robert Southey
WOMAN. Sir for the love of God some small relief To a poor woman! TRAVELLER. Whither are you bound? 'Tis a late hour to travel o'er these downs, N...Rate it:

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That There Dog O' Mine
Henry Lawson
Macquarie the shearer had met with an accident. To tell the truth, he had been in a drunken row at a wayside shanty, from which he had escaped with...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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The Roads' End
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Old Ben, the pensioner, is going down to die. Huddled in the mail-car, he turns a wistful eye On this familiar forest scene, the wooded mountain wa...Rate it:

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The Scout Toward Aldie
Herman Melville
The cavalry-camp lies on the slope Of what was late a vernal hill, But now like a pavement bare- An outpost in the perilous wilds Which ever are...Rate it:

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Charades
Charles Stuart Calverley
I. She stood at Greenwich, motionless amid The ever-shifting crowd of passengers. I marked a big tear quivering on the lid Of her deep-lustrous ey...Rate it:

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London - in Imitation of the Third Satire of Juvenal
Samuel Johnson
'--Quis ineptae Tam patiens urbis, tam ferreus ut teneat se?' ~ Juv. Though grief and fondness in my breast rebel, When injured Thales bids the to...Rate it:

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