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Russian Sonia
Edgar Lee Masters
I, born in Weimar Of a mother who was French And German father, a most learned professor, Orphaned at fourteen years, Became a dancer, known as Rus...Rate it:

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The Russian Fugitive
William Wordsworth
I ENOUGH of rose-bud lips, and eyes Like harebells bathed in dew, Of cheek that with carnation vies, And veins of violet hue; Earth want...Rate it:

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The Russian Mind
Vyacheslav Ivanovich Ivanov
Willful and avid mind,- The Russian mind is dangerous as flame: So unrestrainable, so clear, A happy and a gloomy mind. Like the steady hand of a ...Rate it:

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On the Russian Persecution of the Jews: Sonnets
Algernon Charles Swinburne
O SON of man, by lying tongues adored, By slaughterous hands of slaves with feet red-shod In carnage deep as ever Christian trod Profaned with pray...Rate it:

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Russian Cathedral
Claude McKay
Bow down my soul in worship very low And in the holy silences be lost. Bow down before the marble man of woe, Bow down before the singing angel hos...Rate it:

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Song. To A Russian Air
Amelia Opie
WAS it for this I dearly loved thee?.... But since at length I know thy heart, And learn no real passion moved thee, Go, Henry, go; this hour we pa...Rate it:

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To Henry, Written to a Russian Air
Amelia Opie
How I hail this morn's appearing! It will thee, my love, restore: Safety danger past endearing, Sure we meet to part no more! Fame is thine, lo! c...Rate it:

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A Sane Revolution
David Herbert Lawrence
If you make a revolution, make it for fun, don't make it in ghastly seriousness, don't do it in deadly earnest, do it for fun. Don't do it because...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of The Irish Revolution
Liam Ó Comáin
Oh, let us recall the courage of the volunteers Of Nineteen and Sixteen who willingly gave Their lives for the freedom of Ireland. ~ Justified in t...Rate it:

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The English Revolution Of 1848
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
HO ye that nothing have to lose! ho rouse ye, one and all! Come from the sinks of the New Cut, the purlieus of Vauxhall! Did ye not hear the mighty...Rate it:

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A Song in Time of Revolution. 1860
Algernon Charles Swinburne
THE HEART of the rulers is sick, and the high-priest covers his head: For this is the song of the quick that is heard in the ears of the dead. The...Rate it:

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For the Dead of the Revolution
Ernst Toller
Death-prone, the bodies forked in mutiny against the collar of the uncooked plague, your destiny cleansed with ...Rate it:

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Revolution
Lesbia Harford
She is not of the fireside, My lovely love; Nor books, nor even a cradle, She bends above. No, she is bent with lashes, Her flesh is torn. Fr...Rate it:

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The Eve Of Revolution
Algernon Charles Swinburne
The trumpets of the four winds of the world From the ends of the earth blow battle; the night heaves, With breasts palpitating and wings refurled...Rate it:

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The French Revolution (excerpt)
William Blake
Thee the ancientest peer, Duke of Burgundy, rose from the monarch's right hand, red as wines From his mountains; an odor of war, like a ripe viney...Rate it:

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The French Revolution as it appeared to Enthusiasts
William Wordsworth
. Oh! pleasant exercise of hope and joy! For mighty were the auxiliars which then stood Upon our side, we who were strong in love! Blis...Rate it:

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The Revolution
George Meredith
I Not yet had History's Aetna smoked the skies, And low the Gallic Giantess lay enchained, While overhead in ordered set and rise Her kingly crown...Rate it:

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The Revolution At Market-Hill
Jonathan Swift
From distant regions Fortune sends An odd triumvirate of friends; Where Phoebus pays a scanty stipend, Where never yet a codling ripen'd: Hither th...Rate it:

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To A Young Lady, With A Poem On The French Revolution
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Much on my early youth I love to dwell, Ere yet I bade that friendly dome farewell, Where first, beneath the echoing cloisters, pale, I heard of gu...Rate it:

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This, My Song, Is Made For Kerensky
Vachel Lindsay
(Being a Chant of the American Soap-Box and the Russian Revolution.) O market square, O slattern place, Is glory in your slack disgrace? Plump qua...Rate it:

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Captain Von Esson of the “Sebastopol”
Henry Lawson
Of his beauty, or stature, or colour of hair I hadn’t the slightest hint, But he comes to me as a little man, with a scrubby beard and a squint, Wi...Rate it:

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Today is rebels' day. And yet we work
Lesbia Harford
Today is rebels' day. And yet we work— All of us rebels, until day is done. And when the stars come out we celebrate A revolution that's not yet...Rate it:

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On the Summit of Mt. Clarence
Henry Lawson
On the summit of Mount Clarence rotting slowly in the air Stands a tall and naked flagstaff, relic of the Russian scare— Russian scare that scares ...Rate it:

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Those Foreign Engineers
Henry Lawson
Old Ivan McIvanovitch, with knitted brow of care, Has climbed up from the engine-room to get a breath of air; He slowly wipes the grease and sweat ...Rate it:

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Crispus Attucks
John Boyle O'Reilly
WHERE shall we seek for a hero, and where shall we find a story? Our laurels are wreathed for conquest, our songs for completed glory. But we honor...Rate it:

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