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Instead of Sitting Wrapped up in Flannel
Thomas Love Peacock
Instead of sitting wrapped up in flannel With rheumatism in every joint, I wish I was in the English Channel, Just going 'round the Lizard Point Al...Rate it:

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We to Sigh Instead of Sing
James Whitcomb Riley
"Rain and Rain! and rain and rain!" Yesterday we muttered Grimly as the grim refrain That the thunders uttered: All the heavens under cloud -- ...Rate it:

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Sitting by the Fire
Henry Kendall
Barren Age and withered World! Oh! the dying leaves, Like a drizzling rain, Falling round the roof - Pattering on the pane! Frosty Age and cold, co...Rate it:

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A White Hen Sitting
Christina Georgina Rossetti
A white hen sitting On white eggs three: Next, three speckled chickens As plump as plump can be. An owl, and a hawk, And a bat come to see: B...Rate it:

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Sonnet XXXVIII: Sitting Alone, Love
Michael Drayton
Sitting alone, Love bids me go and write; Reason plucks back, commanding me to stay, Boasting that she doth still direct the way, Or else Love w...Rate it:

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Old Man Sitting
Old Man Sitting
The bones are brittle as are the thoughts they crumble events of yesterdays that never happened things that happened not remembered today becomes a...Rate it:

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On Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once Again
John Keats
O golden-tongued Romance with serene lute! Fair plumed Syren! Queen of far away! Leave melodizing on this wintry day, ...Rate it:

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Sitting On The Shore
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
THE tide has ebbed away: No more wild dashings 'gainst the adamant rocks, Nor swayings amidst sea-weed false that mocks The hues of gardens gay:...Rate it:

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Sonnet On Sitting Down To Read King Lear Once Again
John Keats
O GOLDEN tongued Romance, with serene lute! Fair plumed Syren, Queen of far-away! Leave melodizing on this wintry day, Shut up thine olden pages, a...Rate it:

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I Resided
Nikhil Parekh
I didn't miss your majestic eyes the slightest; didn't even think an inconspicuous trifle about their voluptuous charm, I resided in their grandil...Rate it:

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The Pobble Who Has No Toes
Edward Lear
The Pobble who has no toes Had once as many as we; When they said "Some day you may lose them all;" He replied "Fish, fiddle-de-dee!" And his Aunt ...Rate it:

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Romance Moderne
William Carlos Williams
Tracks of rain and light linger in the spongy greens of a nature whose flickering mountain--bulging nearer, ebbing back into the sun hollowing ...Rate it:

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Watching For Pa
Henry Clay Work
Three little forms in the twilight gray, Searching the shadows across the way; Two pair of black eyes, and one of blue -- Brimful of love, and of m...Rate it:

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Edith Nesbit
THE child was yours and none of mine, And yet you gave it me to keep, And bade me sew it raiment fine, And wrap my kisses round its sleep. I carri...Rate it:

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The Raven And The King's Daughter
William Morris
King’s daughter sitting in tower so high, Fair summer is on many a shield. Why weepest thou as the clouds go by? Fair sing the swans ’twixt firth a...Rate it:

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Hermann And Dorothea - I. Kalliope
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
FATE AND SYMPATHY. 'NE'ER have I seen the market and streets so thoroughly empty! Still as the grave is the town, clear'd out! I verily fancy Fift...Rate it:

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The Adirondacs
Ralph Waldo Emerson
A JOURNAL. DEDICATED TO MY FELLOW-TRAVELLERS IN AUGUST, 1858. Wise and polite,--and if I drew Their several portraits, you would own Chaucer had n...Rate it:

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The Hotel
Harriet Monroe
The long resounding marble corridors, the shining parlors with shining women in them. The French room, with its gilt and garlands under plump li...Rate it:

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Arbor Amoris
François Villon
I have a tree, a graft of Love, That in my heart has taken root; Sad are the buds and blooms thereof, And bitter sorrow is its fruit; Yet, sinc...Rate it:

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The Child Of The Islands - Conclusion
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. MY lay is ended! closed the circling year, From Spring's first dawn to Winter's darkling night; The moan of sorrow, and the sigh of fear, Th...Rate it:

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Alice And The White Knight
Lewis Carroll
Alice was walking beside the White Knight in Looking Glass Land. 'You are sad.' the Knight said in an anxious tone: 'let me sing you a song to com...Rate it:

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Henry Lawson
THERE’S a pretty little story with a touch of moonlit glory Comes from Beenleigh on the Logan, but we don’t know if it’s true; For we scarcely dare...Rate it:

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Justice Denied In Massachusetts
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Let us abandon then our gardens and go home And sit in the sitting-room Shall the larkspur blossom or the corn grow under this cloud? Sour to the f...Rate it:

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On The Boulevard
Robert William Service
Oh, it's pleasant sitting here, Seeing all the people pass; You beside your bock of beer, I behind my demi-tasse. Chatting of no matter what. You t...Rate it:

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The Absinthe Drinkers
Robert William Service
He's yonder, on the terrace of the Cafe de la Paix, The little wizened Spanish man, I see him every day. He's sitting with his Pernod on his custom...Rate it:

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