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Lowly Laureate
Robert William Service
holy. . . . Lord, humble me, so I may be A Laureate of the Lowly. Rate it:

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A Model For The Laureate
William Butler Yeats
ON thrones from China to Peru All sorts of kings have sat That men and women of all sorts proclaimed both good and great; And what's the odds if su...Rate it:

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After Sixty Years
Edith Nesbit
With Time's white bays your brows are laureate, And England's love shall garland all your days. Rate it:

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A Chaunt In Praise
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
me reward of the red rose, thine and love's laureate, Thus with the flower of thy kindness crowningRate it:

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A Radical War Song
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
sir; We'll drown the King in Eau de vie, The Laureate in his sack, sir, Old Eldon and his sordidRate it:

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A Tribute To The Nobel Prize (Nobelprize.Org) - My Humble Salutation .
Nikhil Parekh
were its ceremonies- where the most intrepid of laureates had their own inimitably natural opinionsRate it:

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A Wrangdillion
James Whitcomb Riley
and the Cheest Pluck at the leaves of his laureate-wreath, Nothing affects him the least. He sinksRate it:

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An Inscription
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
At this fair oak table sat Whilom he our Laureate, Poet, handicraftsman, sage, Light of our Victorian age, William Morris, whose art's plan Laid it...Rate it:

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Cleve Woods
Mathilde Blind
clear dew from a forget-me-not, Hailed him the Laureate of her Fairyland. Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Tenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
the 'reformadoes,' Whom he forsook to fill the laureate's sty: And honest men from IRate it:

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Don Juan: Dedication
George Gordon Lord Byron
ad PisonI Bob Southey! You're a poet--Poet-laureate, And representative of all the racRate it:

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Dryden and Pope
James McIntyre
Of our Laureate we now do sing- His youthful muse had daring wing, He then despised Baronhood, And sang 'twas noble to be good. None sang like him...Rate it:

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Nemesis
Henry Lawson
the crowd with cheating phrases, as a jingo laureate flings Recklessly his high defiance in the “grRate it:

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Neæra’s Wreath
Victor James Daley
the purple twilight of her eyes. I am her laureate; therefore heart of grace I take to kiss hRate it:

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Norumbega Hall
John Greenleaf Whittier
fair and young, Its Princess such as England's Laureate sung; And safe from capture, save by love aRate it:

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Nuremberg
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of the loom. Here Hans Sachs, the cobbler-poet, laureate of the gentle craft, Wisest of the TwelveRate it:

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Ode to Simplicity
William Taylor Collins
theme, You lov'd her hills, and led her laureate band; But stay'd to sing alone To onRate it:

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Of all nacyons vnder the heuyn
John Skelton
[Skelton Laureate agaynste a comely Coystrowne that curyowsly chawntyd And curryshly cowntred, And madly in hys Musykkys mokkyshly made, Agaynste t...Rate it:

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On a Forenoon of Spring
William Allingham
wings and soar-- O hark how with the season's laureate Joy culminates in song! If such a song werRate it:

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Sonnet 10
Henry Timrod
Were I the poet-laureate of the fairies, Who in a rose-leaf finds too broad a page; Or could I, like your beautiful canaries, Sing with free heart ...Rate it:

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Sonnet XVI: Cromwell, our chief of men
John Milton
field resounds thy praises loud, And Worcester's laureate wreath. Yet much remains To conquer stillRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto II.
Coventry Patmore
happier post than this I ask, To live her laureate all my life. On wings of love uplifted free, AndRate it:

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The Cōforte of Louers
Stephen Hawes
gentylnes As none hystoryagraffe/nor poete laureate But gladly wolde folowe/the makynge of LydgatRate it:

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The Cataract of Lodore
Robert Southey
recreation That so I should sing; Because I was Laureate To them and the King. From its sources whRate it:

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The Dunciad: Book IV
Alexander Pope
Dulness ever shines) Soft on her lap her laureate son reclines. Beneath her footstool, Science groRate it:

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