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Parody On The Recorder’s Speech To His Grace The Duke Of Ormond, 4th July, 1711
Jonathan Swift
THE RECORDER'S SPEECH EXPLAINED BY THE TORIES An ancient metropolis, famous of late For opposing the Church, and for nosing the State, For protect...Rate it:

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Seeing The Duke Of Ormond's Picture, At Sir Godfrey Kneller's
Matthew Prior
Out from the injured canvas, Kneller, strike These lines too faint; the picture is not like. Exalt thy thought, and try thy toil again: Dreadful in...Rate it:

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4th July 1882, Malines. Midnight
James Kenneth Stephen
Belgian, with cumbrous tread and iron boots, Who in the murky middle of the night, Designing to renew the foul pursuits In which thy life is passe...Rate it:

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To His Grace The Duke Of Buckingham And Normanby, At The Camp Before Philipsburgh.
Mary Barber
Return, brave Youth! suspend thy Martial Fire, Nor, like great Berwick, in the Field expire. Illustrious Exile! thou art gone at last; Thy Toils, ...Rate it:

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The Campaign, A Poem, To His Grace The Duke Of Marlborough
Joseph Addison
While crowds of princes your deserts proclaim, Proud in their number to enrol your name; While emperors to you commit their cause, And Anna's pr...Rate it:

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Occasioned By Some Verses of His Grace the Duke of Buckingham
Alexander Pope
Muse, 'tis enough: at length thy labour ends, And thou shalt live, for Buckingham commends. Let Crowds and Critics now my verse assail, Let Dennis...Rate it:

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To His Grace The Duke Of Chandos.
Mary Barber
Were Princes grac'd with Souls like thine, Princes had still been deem'd divine. Such Merit as we find in thee, First introduc'd Idolatry; When an ...Rate it:

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Prologue to His Royal Highness, Upon His First Appearance at the Duke's Theatre After His Return from Scotland.
John Dryden
In those cold regions which no summers cheer, Where brooding darkness covers half the year, To hollow caves the shivering natives go, Bears rang...Rate it:

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Written At Dr. Mead's House In Ormond--Street, To Mrs. Mead.
Mary Barber
Books, Pictures, Statues, here we find, And each excelling in their Kind. Mead's Taste in ev'ry Thing we view; But chiefly in his Choice of You. ...Rate it:

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Souvenir De La Nuit Du 4 (Memory Of The Night Of The 4th)
Victor Marie Hugo
L'enfant avait reçu deux balles dans la tête. Le logis était propre, humble, paisible, honnête ; On voyait un rameau bénit sur un portrait. Une vie...Rate it:

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The 4th Dimension
Kurt Philip Behm
Can consciousness be compressed like a distant Black Hole Into a photon and travel away Coursing into the darkness at the speed of light Rea...Rate it:

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A Parody Of Donec Gratus Eram In A dialogue Between M--- & His Wife
Thomas Parnell
He. When first my Biddy love profest My rapture ran so high Not Gentle S---s fondly prest To beautious G---s panting breast Was half so blest as I ...Rate it:

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Parody of Tennyson'sTo Edward Lear on His Travels in Greece
Edward Lear
Delirious Bulldogs; -- echoing calls My daughter, -- green as summer grass; -- The long supine Plebeian ass, The nasty crockery boring falls; -- T...Rate it:

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To My Worthy Friend Mr. Peter Lilly: On That Excellent Picture Of His Majesty And The Duke Of York, Drawne By Him At Hampton- Court
Richard Lovelace
See! what a clouded majesty, and eyes Whose glory through their mist doth brighter rise! See! what an humble bravery doth shine, And griefe trium...Rate it:

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Cat Parody on Poe's
Anonymous Americas
The other night while we lay musing, and our weary brain confusing o'er the topics of the day, Suddenly we heard a rattling, as of serious hosts a-...Rate it:

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Shakespeare's Ghost - A Parody
Friedrich Schiller
I, too, at length discerned great Hercules' energy mighty,-- Saw his shade. He himself was not, alas, to be seen. Round him were heard, like th...Rate it:

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A Parody
William Shenstone
When first, Philander, first I came Where Avon rolls his winding stream, The nymphs, how brisk, the swains, how gay, To see Asteria, queen of May! ...Rate it:

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A Parody
Charles Lamb
Lazy-bones, lazy-bones, wake up and peep; The Cat's in the cupboard, your Mother's asleep. There you sit snoring, forgetting her ills: Who is to gi...Rate it:

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A Parody Of Glass
Mario William Vitale
through the long lens we often will bask into the trash..., a gift to renew; in borrowed basement pews insde we often will ponder a common call fr...Rate it:

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O Why Do You Walk (a Parody)
Alfred Edward Housman
O why do you walk through the fields in boots, Missing so much and so much? O fat white woman whom nobody shoots, Why do you walk through the field...Rate it:

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Parody
George Canning
For one long term, or e'er her trial came, Here Brownrigg linger'd. Often have these cells Echoed her blasphemies, as with shrill voice She scre...Rate it:

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Parody of a Translation from the Medea of Euripides
Samuel Johnson
Ere shall they not, who resolute explore Times gloomy backward with judicious eyes; And scanning right the practice of yore, Shall deem our hoar pr...Rate it:

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Parody Of “Uncle Ned”
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
DERE was an old nigger, and him name was Uncle Tom, And him tale was rather slow; Me try to read de whole, but me only read some, Because me found ...Rate it:

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His Grace
Kurt Philip Behm
The gravity of freedom… all truth pulled back and forth With God inside the Blackest Hole, unseen, he sets your course The speed your feeling...Rate it:

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An Excellent New Song Being The Intended Speech Of A Famous Orator Against Peace
Jonathan Swift
An orator dismal of Nottinghamshire, Who has forty years let out his conscience to hire, Out of zeal for his country, and want of a place, Is come ...Rate it:

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