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Enfant, si j'étais roi, je donnerais l'empire (Were I a King, Child, My Empire I Would Give Thee)
Victor Marie Hugo
'C'est une âme charmante.' — Diderot Enfant, si j'étais roi, je donnerais l'empire, Et mon char, et mon sceptre, et mon peuple à genoux, Et ma cou...Rate it:

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The Crown Of Empire
George Essex Evans
Free is the wind that lashes into foam The fortress waves that gird the Sea-King’s home And free the war-worn Flag that is our fame That fear, nor ...Rate it:

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Music's Empire
Andrew Marvell
First was the world as one great cymbal made, Where jarring winds to infant Nature played. All music was a solitary sound, To hollow rocks and m...Rate it:

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The Poet's Empire
Frederick George Scott
WHAT power can break the inner harmonies, The rich imaginings, heard like distant sea O'er purple meadow-lands at eve, while we Look starwa...Rate it:

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Morning, Thinking of Empire
Raymond Carver
We press our lips to the enameled rim of the cups and know this grease that floats over the coffee will one day stop our hearts. Eyes and fingers d...Rate it:

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Behind The Scenes: Empire
Arthur Symons
The little painted angels flit, See, down the narrow staircase, where The pink legs flicker over it! Blonde, and bewigged, and winged with gold, T...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire: Australia 1905
Archibald Thomas Strong
Careless she lies along the Southern Main, The lovely maiden, wanton with the spell Of sun and vastness and the ocean swell: Northward the great...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire: Australia 1914
Archibald Thomas Strong
The Night is thick with storm and driving cloud, Lurid at instants through the blackness break Quick gleams of war across the perilous lake From...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire: Australia to England
Archibald Thomas Strong
By all the deeds to Thy dear glory done, By all the life blood spilt to serve Thy need, By all the fettered lives Thy touch hath freed, By all T...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire: Dawn at Liverpool
Archibald Thomas Strong
The Sunlight laughs along the serried stone About whose feet the wastrel tide runs free; Light lie the shipmasts, fairy-like to see, Athwart the...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire: Hawk
Archibald Thomas Strong
Great sea dog, fighter in the great old way! What though thy ships were tinder, and the pest Rotted thy ruffian crews that need had prest, And a...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire: Nelson
Archibald Thomas Strong
White soul of England’s glory, sovereign star! Ne’er shall disaster beat her down, nor shame, While still she sees thee by the leaping flame Tha...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire:Australia, 1902
Archibald Thomas Strong
Gallant is Spring along thy laughing hills, With wattle’s loveliest scent and gleam of gold, When the good rain hath quickened all thy mould, An...Rate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire:Gloriana’s England
Archibald Thomas Strong
Forth sped thy gallant sailors, blithe and free, Fearing nor foeman’s hate, nor iron clime, Nor Lima’s flame, nor Plata’s fever-slime, So they m...Rate it:

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The Roman Road
Thomas Hardy
The Roman Road runs straight and bare As the pale parting-line in hair Across the heath. And thoughtful men Contrast its days of Now and Then, ...Rate it:

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Where a Roman Villa Stood, Above Freiburg
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
On alien ground, breathing an alien air, A Roman stood, far from his ancient home, And gazing, murmured, 'Ah, the hills are fair,
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A Roman Doll
Eleanor Agnes Lee
(In a Museum) How an image of paint and wood Leaped to her life with a love's control, Struck the chords of her motherhood, Passionate little m...Rate it:

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A Roman's Chamber
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. In the cave which wild weeds cover Wait for thine aethereal lover; For the pallid moon is waning, O'er the spiral cypress hanging And the moon n...Rate it:

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Aftenen [En Aften deilig, som i en Roman! ]
Hans Christian Andersen
En Aften deilig, som i en Roman! (For Rimets Skyld, som een i Hindostan.) O Alnaturen til mit Hjerte taler, Det maa herud: »Ja, ogsaa jeg er Maler!...Rate it:

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Sonnet LVI: As to the Roman
Samuel Daniel
As to the Roman that would free his land, His error was his honor and renown And more the fame of his mistaking hand Than if he had the tyrant o...Rate it:

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The Roman Centurion's Song
Rudyard Kipling
Roman Occupation of Britain, A.D. 300 Legate, I had the news last night --my cohort ordered home By ships to Portus Itius and thence by road to Ro...Rate it:

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The Roman Rose-Seller
Isabella Valancy Crawford
Not from Paestum come my roses; Patrons, see My flowers are Roman-blown; their nectaries Drop honey amber, and their petals throw Rich crimsons on ...Rate it:

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To Giovanni Salzilli, A Roman Poet, In His Illness. Scazons (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
My halting Muse, that dragg'st by choice along Thy slow, slow step, in melancholy song! And lik'st that pace expressive of thy cares Not less than ...Rate it:

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A British-Roman Song
Rudyard Kipling
(A. D. 406) "A Centurion of the Thirtieth" My father's father saw it not, And I, belike, shall never come To look on that so-holy spot -- That ve...Rate it:

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The Roman Gravemounds
Thomas Hardy
By Rome's dim relics there walks a man, Eyes bent; and he carries a basket and spade; I guess what impels him to scrape and scan; Yea, his dreams o...Rate it:

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