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Pullman Porter
Robert William Service
The porter in the Pullman car Was charming, as they sometimes are. He scanned my baggage tags: "Are you The man who wrote of Lady Lou?" When I said...Rate it:

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The Porter
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'd like to be a porter, and always on the run, Calling out, 'Stand aside!' and asking leave of none. Shoving trucks on people's toes, and having s...Rate it:

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An Ode to Master Endymion Porter, Upon His Brother's Death
Robert Herrick
Not all thy flushing suns are set, Herrick, as yet ; Nor doth this far-drawn hemisphere Frown and look sullen ev'rywhere. Days may conclude in nigh...Rate it:

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LA PORTERIA DER CONVENTO (The Monastery's Porter)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
Dico: "Se pò pparlà cor padr'Ilario?" Dice: "Per oggi no, perché confessa". -- "E doppo confessato?" -- "Ha da dì messa". -- "E doppo detto mess...Rate it:

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On Sr Charles Porter The Chancellours Death
Thomas Parnell
& tis too true alass! we find, he's gonn, Virtue from earth a second time is flown, She onely then with her two sisters flew, But now since he, wh...Rate it:

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At The Gate
Edith Nesbit
THE monastery towers, as pure and fair As virgin vows, reached up white hands to Heaven; The walls, to guard the hidden heart of prayer, Were stron...Rate it:

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Young Bicham
Andrew Lang
In London city was Bicham born, He longd strange countries for to see, But he was taen by a savage Moor, Who handld him right cruely. For thro his...Rate it:

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The Loving Ballad Of Lord Bateman
Andrew Lang
Lord Bateman was a noble lord, A noble lord of high degree; He shipped himself all aboard of a ship, Some foreign country for to see. He sailed ea...Rate it:

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The Rival Curates
William Schwenck Gilbert
List while the poet trolls Of MR. CLAYTON HOOPER, Who had a cure of souls At Spiffton-extra-Sooper. He lived on curds and whey, And daily sang the...Rate it:

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Striking
Charles Stuart Calverley
It was a railway passenger, And he lept out jauntilie. 'Now up and bear, thou stout porter, My two chattels to me. 'Bring hither, bring hither my ...Rate it:

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The I'd like to be........ series
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The Sailor I'd like to be a sailor - a sailor bold and bluff - Calling out, "Ship ahoy!" in manly tones and gruff. I'd learn to box the compass, an...Rate it:

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The Van Nessiad
Ambrose Bierce
From end to end, thine avenue, Van Ness, Rang with the cries of battle and distress! Brave lungs were thundering with dreadful sound And perspirati...Rate it:

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England and America
James Kenneth Stephen
1. ON A RHINE STEAMER. Republic of the West, Enlightened, free, sublime, Unquestionably best Production of our time. The telephone is thine, An...Rate it:

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Mon Frere Camille
William Henry Drummond
Mon frere Camille he was first class blood W'en he come off de State las' fall, Wearin' hees boot a la mode box toe An' diamon' pin on hees shirt a...Rate it:

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The Ghost Of The New World
Alfred Noyes
'_There are no ghosts in America._' There are no ghosts, you say, To haunt her blaze of light; No shadows in her day, No phantoms in her night. Co...Rate it:

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The Great Western Plains
Harold Hart Crane
The little voices of the prairie dogs Are tireless . . . They will give three hurrahs Alike to stage, equestrian, and pullman, And all unstingi...Rate it:

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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
I. If thou would'st view fair Melrose aright, Go visit it by the pale moonlight; For the gay beams of lightsome day Gild, but to flout, the ruin...Rate it:

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At Devlin's Siding
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
What made the porter stare so hard? what made the porter stare And eye the tall young woman and the bundle that she bare? What made the tall young...Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 06 - part 07
Torquato Tasso
LXXXV 'Or else my tender bosom opened wide, And heart though pierced with his cruel blade, The bloody weapon in my wounded side Might cure the wou...Rate it:

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Malmaison
Amy Lowell
I How the slates of the roof sparkle in the sun, over there, over there, beyond the high wall! How quietly the Seine runs in loops and windings, o...Rate it:

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The Old Age Of Queen Maeve
William Butler Yeats
A certain poet in outlandish clothes Gathered a crowd in some Byzantine lane, Talked1 of his country and its people, sang To some stringed instrume...Rate it:

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The Troubadour
William Schwenck Gilbert
A troubadour he played Without a castle wall, Within, a hapless maid Responded to his call. "Oh, willow, woe is me! Alack and well-a-day! If I wer...Rate it:

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Trivia ; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London : Book II.
John Gay
Of Walking the Streets by Day. Thus far the Muse has trac'd in useful lays The proper implements for wintry ways; Has taught the walker, with j...Rate it:

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Trivia; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London (excer
John Gay
Thus far the Muse has trac'd in useful lays The proper implements for wintry ways; Has taught the walker, with judicious eyes, To read th...Rate it:

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Dover To Munich
Charles Stuart Calverley
Farewell, farewell! Before our prow Leaps in white foam the noisy channel, A tourist's cap is on my brow, My legs are cased in tourists' flannel: ...Rate it:

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