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Hypnos On Ida
George Meredith
[Iliad, B. XIV. V. 283] They then to fountain-abundant Ida, mother of wild beasts, Came, and they first left ocean to fare over mainland at Lektos...Rate it:

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Damaetas And Ida
Walter Savage Landor
Damaetas is a boy as rue As ever broke maid's solitude. He watcht the little Ida going Where the wood-raspberries were growing, And, under a preten...Rate it:

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When Ida Puts Her Armor On
Ellis Parker Butler
When Ida puts her armor on And draws her trusty blade The turnips in the bin turn pale, The apples are afraid. The quiet kitchen city wakes And con...Rate it:

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Ida Chicken
Edgar Lee Masters
After I had attended lectures At our Chautauqua, and studied French For twenty years, committing the grammar Almost by heart, I thought I'd take a ...Rate it:

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Ida Frickey
Edgar Lee Masters
Nothing in life is alien to you: I was a penniless girl from Summum Who stepped from the morning train in Spoon River. All the houses stood before ...Rate it:

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Œnone
Alfred Lord Tennyson
. There lies a vale in Ida, lovelier Than all the valleys of Ionian hills. The swimming vapour slopes athwart the glen, Puts forth an arm, and cree...Rate it:

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Oenone
Alfred Lord Tennyson
There lies a vale in Ida, lovelier Than all the valleys of Ionian hills. The swimming vapour slopes athwart the glen, Puts forth an arm...Rate it:

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The Princess (part 7)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
So was their sanctuary violated, So their fair college turned to hospital; At first with all confusion: by and by Sweet order lived again with ...Rate it:

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Oenone
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
On the holy mount of Ida, Where the pine and cypress grow, Sate a young and lovely woman, Weeping ever, weeping low. Drearily throughout the forest...Rate it:

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Ridden Down
Ellis Parker Butler
When I taught Ida how to ride a Bicycle that night, I ran beside her, just to guide her Erring wheel aright; And many times there in the street She...Rate it:

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On A Change Of Masters At A Great Public School
George Gordon Lord Byron
WHERE are those honours, Ida! once yow own, When Probus fill'd your magisterial throne? As ancient Rome, fast falling to disgrace, Hail'd a barbari...Rate it:

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The Judgment Of Paris
James Beattie
Far in the depth of Ida's inmost grove, A scene for love and solitude design'd; Where flowery woodbines wild, by Nature wove, Form'd the lone bower...Rate it:

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The Princess (part 3)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Morn in the wake of the morning star Came furrowing all the orient into gold. We rose, and each by other drest with care Descended to the court ...Rate it:

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To The Duke Of Dorset
George Gordon Lord Byron
Dorset! whose early steps with mine have stray'd, Exploring every path of Ida's glade; Whom still affection taught me to defend And made me less ...Rate it:

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The Chapel Royal St. James’s, On The 10th February, 1840
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. ONCE more the people meet, With glad expectant faces: once again The fair young monarch and her lovely train, With slow and gentle feet, Mo...Rate it:

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The River Maiden
Victor James Daley
Her gown was simple woven wool, But, in repayment, Her body sweet made beautiful The simplest raiment: For all its fine, melodious curves ...Rate it:

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Venus' Advice To The Muses
Matthew Prior
Thus to the Muses spoke the Cyprian Dame, Adorn my altars, and revere my name. My son shall else assume his potent darts; Twang goes the bow; my gi...Rate it:

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A College Career
Robert Fuller Murray
I When one is young and eager, A bejant and a boy, Though his moustache be meagre, That cannot mar his joy When at the Competition He takes a fair...Rate it:

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A Dream, After Reading Dante's Episode Of Paolo And Francesca
John Keats
As Hermes once took to his feathers light, When lulled Argus, baffled, swooned and slept, So on a Delphic reed, my idle spright So played, so charm...Rate it:

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A Friend's Song for Simoisius
Louise Imogen Guiney
The breath of dew, and twilight's grace, Be on the lonely battle-place; And to so young, so kind a face, The long, protecting grasses cling! (A...Rate it:

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Again Endorsing the Lady
Franklin P. Adams
Horace: Book II, Elegy 2 "Liber eram et vacuo meditabar vivere lecto--" I was free. I thought that I had entered Love's Antarctic Zone. "A truce...Rate it:

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An Athenian Reverie
Archibald Lampman
How the returning days, one after one, Came ever in their rhythmic round, unchanged, Yet from each looped robe for every man Some new thing falls. ...Rate it:

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Antigone
George Meredith
The buried voice bespake Antigone. 'O sister! couldst thou know, as thou wilt know, The bliss above, the reverence below, Enkindled by thy sacrifi...Rate it:

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Childish Recollections
George Gordon Lord Byron
'I cannot but remember such things were, And were most dear to me.' WHEN slow Disease, with all her host of pains, Chills the warm, tide which fl...Rate it:

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Coombe-Ellen
William Lisle Bowles
Call the strange spirit that abides unseen In wilds, and wastes, and shaggy solitudes, And bid his dim hand lead thee through these scenes That bur...Rate it:

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