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Siege Of Vienna Raised By John Sobieski
William Wordsworth
FEBRUARY 1816 Oh, for a kindling touch from that pure flame Which ministered, erewhile, to a sacrifice Of gratitude,...Rate it:

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Limerick: There was an Old Man of Vienna
Edward Lear
There was an Old Man of Vienna, Who lived upon Tincture of Senna; When that did not agree, He took Camomile Tea, That nasty Old Man of Vienna. ...Rate it:

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A Man Perishing in the Snow: From Whence Reflections are Raised on the Miseries of Life.
James Thomson
As thus the snows arise; and foul and fierce, All winter drives along the darken'd air; In his own loose-revolving fields, the swain Disaster'd st...Rate it:

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The Man Who Raised Charlestown
Henry Lawson
They were hanging men in Buckland who would not cheer King George – The parson from his pulpit and the blacksmith from his forge; They were hangi...Rate it:

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The Ruler's Daughter Raised
John Newton
Could the creatures help or ease us Seldom should we think of prayer; Few, if any, come to Jesus, Till reduced to self-dispair: Long we either slig...Rate it:

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Thou Hast Not Raised
Walter Savage Landor
Thou hast not rais'd, Ianthe, such desire In any breast as thou hast rais'd in mine. No wandering meteor now, no marshy fire, Leads on my steps, bu...Rate it:

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The Siege of Corinth
George Gordon Lord Byron
THE SIEGE OF CORINTH. TO JOHN HOBHOUSE, ESQ., THIS POEM IS INSCRIBED BY HIS FRIEND. January 22, 1816. ADVERTISEMENT "The gra...Rate it:

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A l'enfant malade pendant le siège
Victor Marie Hugo
Si vous continuez d'être ainsi toute pâle Dans notre air étouffant, Si je vous vois entrer dans mon ombre fatale, Moi vieillard, vous enfant ; S...Rate it:

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A l'enfant malade pendant le siège
Victor Marie Hugo
Si vous continuez d'être ainsi toute pâle Dans notre air étouffant, Si je vous vois entrer dans mon ombre fatale, Moi vieillard, vous enfant ; S...Rate it:

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A Very Mournful Ballad On The Siege And Conquest Of Alhama
George Gordon Lord Byron
Which, in the Arabic language, is to the following purport: I THE Moorish King rides up and down, Through Granada's royal town; From Elvira's gate...Rate it:

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Siege Perilous
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Long warned of many terrors more severe To scorch him than hell’s engines could awaken, He scanned again, too far to be so near, The fearful sea...Rate it:

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The Fairies' Siege
Rudyard Kipling
I have been given my charge to keep-- Well have I kept the same! Playing with strife for the most of my life, But this is a different game. I'll no...Rate it:

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The Siege and Conquest of Alhama
George Gordon Lord Byron
The Moorish King rides up and down, Through Granada's royal town; From Elvira's gate to those Of Bivarambla on he goes. ...Rate it:

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The Siege Of Kazan. (Tartar Song, From The Prose Version Of Chodzko)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Black are the moors before Kazan, And their stagnant waters smell of blood: I said in my heart, with horse and man, I will swim across this shal...Rate it:

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General John
William Schwenck Gilbert
The bravest names for fire and flames And all that mortal durst, Were GENERAL JOHN and PRIVATE JAMES, Of the Sixty-seventy-first. GENERAL JOHN was...Rate it:

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John Brown
Vachel Lindsay
(To be sung by a leader and chorus, the leader singing the body of the poem, while the chorus interrupts with the question.) I’ve been to Palestin...Rate it:

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John Smith
Eugene Field
To-day I strayed in Charing Cross as wretched as could be With thinking of my home and friends across the tumbling sea; There was no water in my ey...Rate it:

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John Rouat the Fisherman
William Topaz McGonagall
Margaret Simpson was the daughter of humble parents in the county of Ayr, With a comely figure, and face of beauty rare, And just in the full bloom...Rate it:

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John Anderson My Jo
Robert Burns
John Anderson my jo, John, When we were first acquent, Your locks were like the raven, Your bonny brow was brent; But now your brow is bled, John, ...Rate it:

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Emily, John, James, and I
William Schwenck Gilbert
EMILY JANE was a nursery maid, JAMES was a bold Life Guard, JOHN was a constable, poorly paid (And I am a doggerel bard). A very good girl was EMI...Rate it:

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John Anderson
Robert Burns
John Anderson, my jo John, When we were first acquent Your locks were like the raven, Your bonnie brow was brent; But now your brow is bald, John, ...Rate it:

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John Anderson, My Jo
Robert Burns
John Anderson, my jo John, When we were first acquent Your locks were like the raven, Your bonnie brow was brent; But now your brow is bald, John, ...Rate it:

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Old Town Types No. 9 - Long John, The Snob
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Long John McDougal, the wax-end and leather man, Solon of the main street, full of curious lore, Keen-eyed and frugal, politician, weather man, Peg...Rate it:

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The Courtship Of Young John
Alice Guerin Crist
Fields of lucerne and waving wheat, White-washed sheds, and cottage neat, Nesting orchards and mulberry trees, Scented flowers round hives of bees,...Rate it:

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How John Quit The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
Nobody on the old farm here but Mother, me and John, Except, of course, the extry he'p when harvest-time come on-- And then, I want to say to you, ...Rate it:

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