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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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Robert Frost
The battle rent a cobweb diamond-strung And cut a flower beside a ground bird's nest Before it stained a single human breast. The stricken flower b...Rate it:

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Over The Range
Andrew Barton Paterson
Little bush maiden, wondering-eyed, Playing alone in the creek-bed dry, In the small green flat on every side Walled in by the Moonbi ranges hig...Rate it:

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The Bush Beyond the Range
Henry Lawson
FROM Crow’s Nest here by Sydney town Where crows had nests of old I see the Range where day goes down— The dim blue in the gold. And sometimes wond...Rate it:

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On the Range
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
On Nungar the mists of the morning hung low, The beetle-browed hills brooded silent and black, Not yet warmed to life by the sun's loving glow, As ...Rate it:

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October on the Sheep Range
Arthur Chapman
There ain't no leaves to turn to gold- There ain't a tree in sight- In other ways the herder's told October's come, all right. Jest like ten thous...Rate it:

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Finding Heaven On Earth- In The Prostitute's Form
Nikhil Parekh
Tell me. Does the Omnipotent Sun in anyways; blaze through her impoverished dwelling an iota less; than it unrelentingly streams in through the bri...Rate it:

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Finding is the first Act
Emily Dickinson
Finding is the first Act The second, loss, Third, Expedition for The "Golden Fleece" Fourth, no Discovery— Fifth, no Crew— Finally, no Golden Flee...Rate it:

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Rupert Brooke
From the candles and dumb shadows, And the house where love had died, I stole to the vast moonlight And the whispering life outside. But I found...Rate it:

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On A Picture Of The Finding Of Moses By Pharoah's Daughter
Charles Lamb
This picture does the story express Of Moses in the bulrushes. How livelily the painter's hand By colours makes us understand! Moses that little i...Rate it:

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On Finding A Fan
George Gordon Lord Byron
In one who felt as once he felt This might, perhaps, have fann'd the flame; But now his heart no more will melt, Because that heart is not the same...Rate it:

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The Daisy - On Finding one in Bloom on Christmas-day
James Montgomery
There is a flower, a little flower With silver crest and golden eye, That welcomes every changing hour, And weathers every sky. The prouder beauti...Rate it:

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Verses Written At Bath, On Finding The Heel Of A Shoe
William Cowper
Fortune! I thank thee: gentle goddess! thanks! Not that my muse, though bashful, shall deny She would have thank’d thee rather hadst thou cast A tr...Rate it:

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La Petite Couturière
Maurice Rollinat
Elle s’en vient à travers champs, Le long des buissons qui renaissent Pleins de murmures et de chants ; Elle s’en vient à travers champs. Là-bas, s...Rate it:

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On Happiness In This Life
Thomas Parnell
The morning opens very freshly gay And life itself is in the month of May. With green my fancy paints an arbour o'er And flowrets with a thousand ...Rate it:

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The First Surveyor
Andrew Barton Paterson
"The opening of the railway line! -- the Governor and all! With flags and banners down the street, a banquet and a ball. Hark to 'em at the stati...Rate it:

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The Ubique
Rudyard Kipling
There is a word you often see, pronounce it as you may - 'You bike,' 'you bikwe,' 'ubbikwe' - alludin' to R.A. It serves 'Orse, Field, an' Garris...Rate it:

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Ode On The Istallation of the Duke of Devonshire
Charles Kingsley
Hence a while, severer Muses; Spare your slaves till drear October. Hence; for Alma Mater chooses Not to be for ever sober: But, like stately matro...Rate it:

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Big Words
Robert Graves
I've whined of coming death, but now, no more! It's weak and most ungracious. For, say I, Though still a boy if years are counted, why! I've lived ...Rate it:

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My Thoughts To-Night
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
I sit by the fire musing, With sad and downcast eye, And my laden breast gives utt’rance To many a weary sigh; Hushed is each worldly feeling, Dimm...Rate it:

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Of Modern Poetry
Wallace Stevens
The poem of the mind in the act of finding What will suffice. It has not always had To find: the scene was set; it repeated what Was in the script...Rate it:

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Quit Ragging Or Go To Hell
Nikhil Parekh
Pathetically dastardly are those who indiscriminately rag; having the bugs of spurious inferiority circulating lecherously in their feckless veins,...Rate it:

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Sonnet XXXIII: Whilst Yet Mine Eyes
Michael Drayton
To Imagination Whilst yet mine Eyes do surfeit with delight, My woeful Heart, imprison'd in my breast, Wisheth to be transformed to my sight, T...Rate it:

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The Disappointment
Aphra Behn
1. One Day the Amarous Lisander, By an impatient Passion sway'd, Surpris'd fair Cloris, that lov'd Maid, Who cou'd defend her self no longer; All...Rate it:

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The Interpretation of Nature and
Sir Francis Bacon
I. MAN, being the servant and interpreter of Nature, can do and understand so much and so much only as he has observed in fact or in thought of t...Rate it:

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