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Neutral Tones
Thomas Hardy
WE stood by a pond that winter day, And the sun was white, as though chidden of God, And a few leaves lay on the starving sod, --...Rate it:

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Neutral
Nikhil Parekh
Neither did she grin flirtatiously towards my countenance; winking at me intermittently to let her playful intentions known, Nor did she scowl in ...Rate it:

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Tones
Nikhil Parekh
When I spoke to a child; my tone was as innocuous as the nimble and newborn rabbit, When I spoke to the politician; my tone had profound traces ...Rate it:

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The Prison Bell
Owen Suffolk
Hark to the bell of sorrow! - 'tis awak'ning up again Each broken spirit from its brief forgetfulness of pain. Its sad sound seems to me to be a ...Rate it:

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The Creeds Of The Bells
Anonymous Americas
How sweet the chime of the Sabbath bells! Each one its creed in music tells In tones that float upon the air As soft as song, as sweet as prayer, A...Rate it:

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Hiawatha's Friends
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Two good friends had Hiawatha, Singled out from all the others, Bound to him in closest union, And to whom he gave the right hand Of his heart...Rate it:

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Morning Song Of Senlin
Conrad Potter Aiken
It is morning, Senlin says, and in the morning When the light drips through the shutters like the dew, I arise, I face the sunrise, And do the t...Rate it:

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Senlin: His Futile Preoccupations
Conrad Potter Aiken
I am a house, says Senlin, locked and darkened, Sealed from the sun with wall and door and blind. Summon me loudly, and you'll hear slow footstep...Rate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha VI: Hiawatha's Friends
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Two good friends had Hiawatha, Singled out from all the others, Bound to him in closest union, And to whom he gave the right hand Of his heart,...Rate it:

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The Spirit Of Discovery By Sea - Book The First
William Lisle Bowles
Awake a louder and a loftier strain! Beloved harp, whose tones have oft beguiled My solitary sorrows, when I left The scene of happier hours, and w...Rate it:

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A Scrap of Paper
Henry Van Dyke
"Will you go to war just for a scrap of paper?" -- Question of the German Chancellor to the British Ambassador, August 5, 1914. A mocking quest...Rate it:

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Antagonists
Arthur Henry Adams
WHAT though the neutral sea sever us twain? In the still night your soul in mine I take; Your eyes, hilarious with passion, wake, And love's ...Rate it:

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Black
Nikhil Parekh
Black. A Color which surreptitiously tingles even the most obliviously dormant crannies of your soul; to realms beyond the wisps of eternal eternit...Rate it:

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Dandenong
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Hard by the gate-way of the East She dips within her market square With provender for man and beast, And goods and chattels round her there. A chee...Rate it:

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God-Seeking
William Watson
God-seeking thou hast journeyed far and nigh. On dawn-lit mountain-tops thy soul did yearn To hear His trailing garments wander by; And where 'mid ...Rate it:

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He Never Expected Much
Thomas Hardy
Well, World, you have kept faith with me, Kept faith with me; Upon the whole you have proved to be Much as you said you were. Since as a child ...Rate it:

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Love Motives
Arthur Henry Adams
To You. SO you have come at last! And we nestle, each in each, As leans the pliant sea in the clean-curved limbs of her lover the beach; M...Rate it:

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Marguerite
John Greenleaf Whittier
MASSACHUSETTS BAY, 1760. THE robins sang in the orchard, the buds into blossoms grew; Little of human sorrow the buds and the robins knew! Sick, i...Rate it:

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My Other Chinee Cook
James Brunton Stephens
Yes, I got another Johnny; but he was to Number One As a Satyr to Hyperion, as a rushlight to the sun; He was lazy, he was cheeky, he was dirty, he...Rate it:

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School Laboratory
Nikhil Parekh
Steaming hot acid in glass crucibles, stone slabs of individual apparatus, labeled conical flasks with neutral bases, glass cupboards full of pe...Rate it:

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Sonnets - Ad Innuptam
Patrick Moloney
I I MAKE not my division of the hours By dials, clocks, or waking birds’ acclaim, Nor measure seasons by the reigning flowers, The spri...Rate it:

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The Australian
Arthur Henry Adams
ONCE more this Autumn-earth is ripe, Parturient of another type. While with the Past old nations merge His foot is on the Future’s ver...Rate it:

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The Canonization
John Donne
For God's sake hold your tongue, and let me love, Or chide my palsy, or my gout, My five grey hairs, or ruin'd fortune flout, With wealth your stat...Rate it:

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The Deer Lay Down Their Bones
Robinson Jeffers
I followed the narrow cliffside trail half way up the mountain Above the deep river-canyon. There was a little cataract crossed the path, flin...Rate it:

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The Great Sunset
Robinson Jeffers
A flight of six heavy-motored bombing-planes Went over the beautiful inhuman ridges a straight course northward; the incident stuck itself in my me...Rate it:

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