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Protogenes And Apelles
Matthew Prior
When poets wrote and painters drew As Nature pointed out the view, Ere Gothic forms were known in Greece To spoil the well-proportion'd piece; And ...Rate it:

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Apelles' Song
John Lyly
Cupid and my Campaspe played At cards for kisses; Cupid paid: He stakes his quiver, bow, and arrows, His mother's doves, and team of sparrows; Lose...Rate it:

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To A Gentleman And Lady On The Death Of The Lady's Brother And Sister, And A Child Of The Name Of Avis, Aged One Year
Phillis Wheatley
ON Death's domain intent I fix my eyes, Where human nature in vast ruin lies: With pensive mind I search the drear abode, Where the great conqu'ror...Rate it:

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Bruadar And Smith And Glinn
Douglas Hyde
Bruadar and Smith and Glinn, Amen, dear God, I pray, May they lie low in waves of woe, And tortures slow each day! Amen! Bruadar and Smith an...Rate it:

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The Young Rat And His Dam, The Cock And The Cat
Anne Kingsmill Finch
No Cautions of a Matron, Old and Sage, Young Rattlehead to Prudence cou'd engage; But forth the Offspring of her Bed wou'd go, Nor reason gave, ...Rate it:

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The Triumphs Of Philamore And Amoret. To The Noblest Of Our Youth And Best Of Friends, Charles Cotton, Esquire. Being At Berisford, At His House In Straffordshire. From London. A Poem
Richard Lovelace
Sir, your sad absence I complain, as earth Her long-hid spring, that gave her verdures birth, Who now her cheerful aromatick head Shrinks in her co...Rate it:

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Book Thirteenth [Imagination And Taste, How Impaired And Restored Concluded]
William Wordsworth
FROM Nature doth emotion come, and moods Of calmness equally are Nature's gift: This is her glory; these two attributes Are sister horns that const...Rate it:

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Yesterday, To-day, and For Ever: Book IV. - The Creation of Angels and of Men
Edward Henry Bickersteth
O tears, ye rivulets that flow profuse Forth from the fountains of perennial love, Love, sympathy, and sorrow, those pure springs Welling in secret...Rate it:

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Book Twelfth [Imagination And Taste, How Impaired And Restored ]
William Wordsworth
LONG time have human ignorance and guilt Detained us, on what spectacles of woe Compelled to look, and inwardly oppressed With sorrow, disappointme...Rate it:

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Bone and Sinew and Brain
John Boyle O'Reilly
YE white-maned waves of the Western Sea, That ride and roll to the strand, Ye strong-winged birds, never forced a-lee By the gales that sweep to...Rate it:

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The King and Queen and I
Henry Lawson
Oh, Scotty, have you visited the Picture Gallery, And did you see the portraits of the King and Queen and me? The portraits made by Longstaff, and ...Rate it:

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Hay and Hell and Booligal
Andrew Barton Paterson
"You come and see me, boys," he said; "You'll find a welcome and a bed And whisky any time you call; Although our township hasn't got The name ...Rate it:

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And The Rains Descended And The Floods Came
Edith Nesbit
NOW the far waves roll nearer and more near, The wind's awake, the pitiless wind's awake, It shrieks the menace that I dare not hear, Soon at my fe...Rate it:

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An heroic address to [Oxford], concerning the combined utility and dignity of military affairs and o
Gabriel Harvey
This is my welcome; this is how I have decided to bid All Hail! to thee and to the other Nobles. Thy splendid fame, great Earl, demands even more...Rate it:

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Bards of Passion and of Mirth, written on the Blank Page before Beaumont and Fletcher's Tragi-Comedy 'The Fair Maid of the Inn'
John Keats
BARDS of Passion and of Mirth, Ye have left your souls on earth! Have ye souls in heaven too, Doubled-lived in regions new? Yes, and those of h...Rate it:

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Canadian Sports and Games and Plays
James McIntyre
Burns sang of joys of Hallowe'en, But in Canada is oft seen By far more jolly times than these, At logging raising, paring bees, For here the youth...Rate it:

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He Mourns For The Change That Has Come Upon Him And His Beloved, And Longs For The End Of The World
William Butler Yeats
DO you not hear me calling, white deer with no horns? I have been changed to a hound with one red ear; I have been in the Path of Stones and the Wo...Rate it:

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Lilac And Gold And Green
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Lilac and gold and green! Those are the colours I love the best, Spring's own raiment untouched and clean, When the world is awake and yet hardly d...Rate it:

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Farewell to Barn and Stack and Tree
Alfred Edward Housman
"Farewell to barn and stack and tree, Farewell to Severn shore. Terence, look your last at me, For I come home no more. "The sun burns on the ...Rate it:

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To Thyrza: And Thou Art Dead, As Young And Fair
George Gordon Lord Byron
And thou art dead, as young and fair As aught of mortal birth; And form so soft, and charms so rare, Too soon return'd to Earth! Though Earth recei...Rate it:

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Love and dating and mating
Robert curran
-- Love is a struggle for equanimity Today in the city there’s just calamity She thinks you have aids or is afraid Because you want to kiss or have...Rate it:

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The Horse And The Olive: Or, War And Peace
Thomas Parnell
With Moral Tale let Ancient Wisdom move, Which thus I sing to make the Moderns wise: Strong Neptune once with sage Minerva strove, And rising Athen...Rate it:

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A Fact, And An Imagination, Or, Canute And Alfred, On The Seashore
William Wordsworth
THE Danish Conqueror, on his royal chair, Mustering a face of haughty sovereignty, To aid a covert purpose, cried--'O ye Approaching Waters of the ...Rate it:

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O, Time And Change, They Range And Range
William Ernest Henley
O, Time and Change, they range and range From sunshine round to thunder! - They glance and go as the great winds blow, And the best of our dreams d...Rate it:

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Song Of A Scholar And His Mistress, Who, Being Crossed By Their Friends, Fell Mad For One Another; And Now First Meet In Bedlam
John Dryden
[Music within.] The Lovers enter at opposite doors, each held by a keeper. Phillis. Look, look I see—­I see my love appear! ’Tis he—­’Tis he al...Rate it:

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