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Happy the Lab'rer
Jane Austen
Happy the lab'rer in his Sunday clothes! In light-drab coat, smart waistcoat, well-darn'd hose, Andhat upon his head, to church he goes; As oft, wi...Rate it:

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The Squatter, Three Cornstalks, and the Well
Henry Lawson
Squatter’s Well. Singing (slowly): “Sin and sorrer, sin and sor-rer, sin and sor-r-r-rer.” The SqRate it:

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Ode to Despair
Mary Darby Robinson
HEAV'N consign'd thy brand To the first Murd'rer's crimson hand. Swift o'er the earth the MonsterRate it:

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The Haunted Beach
Mary Darby Robinson
the Sailor reach the land, And mark'd his murd'rer wash his hand Where the green billows play'd. ARate it:

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Address to the Devil
Robert Burns
Nod to the moon, 29 Ye fright the nightly wand'rer's way 30 Wi' eldritch croon. 31 When Rate it:

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All Alone
Mary Darby Robinson
for aid to call-- "I heard the harmless suff'rer moan, "And grieved that he was left alone. XVII. Rate it:

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Sonnet -- The Mariner
Mary Darby Robinson
and his NATIVE SHORE; The restless wand'rer then forgets past pain, Steals a fond kiss, and BRAVES Rate it:

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A Hymn to Contentment
Thomas Parnell
presence in its gold enshrin'd. The bold advent'rer ploughs his way Through rocks amidst the foaminRate it:

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A Hymn to Contentment
Thomas Parnell
presence in its gold enshrin'd. The bold advent'rer ploughs his way Through rocks amidst the foaminRate it:

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A Nocturnal Reverie
Anne Kingsmill Finch
delight, She, hollowing clear, directs the Wand'rer right: In such a Night, when passing Clouds givRate it:

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A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief
James Montgomery
saw it hurrying on. I ran and raised the suff’rer up; Thrice from the stream he drained my cup, DipRate it:

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Address ToThe Devil
Robert Burns
gray Nod to the moon, Ye fright the nightly wand'rer's way Wi' eldritch croon. When twilight did myRate it:

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Ardelia to Melancholy
Anne Kingsmill Finch
And to myself, I boasting said, Now I a conqu'rer sure shall be, The end of all my conflicts, see,Rate it:

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Bluebird
John Burroughs
pure, pure,' in plaintive tone, As if the wand'rer were alone, And hardly knew to sing or cry. ButRate it:

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Cain And Abel
John Newton
to hide his death. Such was the wicked murd'rer Cain, And such by nature still are we, Until by gRate it:

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Den jydske Hede i Regnveir
Hans Christian Andersen
paa Jydsk. See, Konen her er ikke styg! Hun bærer Vuggen paa sin Ryg; Den Lille sover der og drÃRate it:

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Duncan, an Ode
Helen Maria Williams
revenge the heavens prepare; View thy murd'rer's tortur'd breast, And pity all that labours there! Rate it:

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Elegy to the Memory of David Garrick, Esq.
Mary Darby Robinson
CAMDEN lov'd! The courtier's cringe, the flatt'rer's abject smile, The subtle arts of well-dissemRate it:

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Elegy to the Memory of Werter
Mary Darby Robinson
all thy griefs are laid! Yes, hopeless suff'rer, friendless and forlorn, Sweet victim of love's pRate it:

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Eyes And Tears
Andrew Marvell
Waves, does lose it fire. Yea oft the Thund'rer pitty takes And here the hissing Lightning slakes. Rate it:

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February
Thomas Chatterton
withdraws his curling horns, And the cold wat'rer twirls his circling mop: Swift sudden anguish dRate it:

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Genevieve
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
hear the tale of woe. When sinking low the suff'rer wan Beholds no hand outstretched to save, Fair,Rate it:

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Havfruen ved Samsøe
Hans Christian Andersen
gamle Fisker taler, griber Knortestaven fat, Vandrer saa afsted fra Hytten, frygter ikke Storm og NRate it:

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Hymn 29
Isaac Watts
we thy awful vengeance sing, And our deliv'rer praise. Rate it:

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Hymn 44 part 1
Isaac Watts
ye saints, and tell How high our great Deliv'rer reigns; Sing how he spoiled the hosts of hell, AndRate it:

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