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When I Was One-and-Twenty
Alfred Edward Housman
When I was one-and-twenty I heard a wise man say, "Give crowns and pounds and guineas But not your heart away; Give pearls away and rubies But keep...Rate it:

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The Athenaid: Volume III: Book the Twenty-eighth
Richard Glover
While lamentation for Masistius dead Depress'd the Persians, undisturb'd the Greeks To all their camp refreshment had deriv'd From clear Asopus. To...Rate it:

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An Old Twenty-Third Man
Robert Graves
“Is that the Three-and-Twentieth, Strabo mine, Marching below, and we still gulping wine?” From the sad magic of his fragrant cup The red-faced ...Rate it:

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Beautiful Twenty-Second
Julia A Moore
To Original Music The people in this nation, Have kept for many years, February twenty-second, That day we love it dear. It's our forefather's bir...Rate it:

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Lines on His Twenty-Third Birthday
James Thomson - Bysshe Vanolis
Last evening's huge lax clouds of turbid white Grew dark and louring, burthened with the rain Which that long wind monotonous all night Swept clash...Rate it:

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Lines on his Twenty-Third Birthday
James Thomson
LAST evening's huge lax clouds of turbid white Grew dark and louring, burthened with the rain Which that long wind monotonous all night Swept c...Rate it:

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Meditation Twenty
Edward Taylor
Philippians II: 9: Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him. View, all ye eyes above, this sight which flings Seraphick Phancies in Chill Raptur...Rate it:

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Ode To Georgiana, Duchess Of Devonshire, On The Twenty-Fourth Stanza In Her 'Passage Over Mount Gothard.'
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
'And hail the chapel! hail the platform wild Where Tell directed the avenging dart, With well-strung arm, that first preserved his child, Then aime...Rate it:

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Odes From Horace. - To Phidyle. Exhorting Her To Be Content With A Frugal Sacrifice. Book The Third, Ode The Twenty-Third.
Anna Seward
My Phidyle, retir'd in shady wild, If thou thy virgin hands shalt suppliant raise, If primal fruits are on thy altars pil'd, And incense pure thy d...Rate it:

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One And Twenty
Samuel Johnson
LONG-EXPECTED one and twenty Ling'ring year at last has flown, Pomp and pleasure, pride and plenty Great Sir John, are all your own. Loosen'd ...Rate it:

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Seventy-Four And Twenty
Thomas Hardy
Here goes a man of seventy-four, Who sees not what life means for him, And here another in years a score Who reads its very figure and trim. The o...Rate it:

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The Twenty Hoss-Power Shay
Ellis Parker Butler
You have heard of the wonderful one-hoss shay That was built in such a logical way It ran a hundred years to a day. And then, of a sudden, it up an...Rate it:

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The Twenty-Fifth Of April
Roderic Quinn
THIS day is Anzac Day! Made sacred by the memory Of those who fought and died, and fought and live, And gave the best that men may give For love of...Rate it:

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The Twenty-Fifth Year of His Life
Constantine P. Cavafy
He goes regularly to the taverna where they'd met the previous month. He made inquiries, but they weren't able to tell him anything. From what they...Rate it:

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The Twenty-Second Of December
William Cullen Bryant
Wild was the day; the wintry sea Moaned sadly on New-England's strand, When first the thoughtful and the free, Our fathers, trod the desert land. ...Rate it:

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The Twenty-Third Psalm
Eugene Field
My Shepherd is the Lord my God,-- There is no want I know; His flock He leads in verdant meads, Where tranquil waters flow. He doth restore my f...Rate it:

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Twenty Days
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Twenty days are barely gone, I was merry all the day. Folly was my butt of scorn. Now the fool myself I play. Wit and learning ruled my head, Logi...Rate it:

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Twenty Gallons of Sleep
Agnes Louise Storrie
MEASURE me out from the fathomless tun That somewhere or other you keep In your vasty cellars, O wealthy one, Twenty gallons of sleep. ...Rate it:

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Twenty Years Hence
Walter Savage Landor
Twenty years hence my eyes may grow If not quite dim, yet rather so, Still yours from others they shall know Twenty years hence. Twenty years henc...Rate it:

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Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
The bright-haired morn is glowing O'er emerald meadows gay, With many a clear gem strewing The early shepherd's way. Ye gentle elves, by Fancy ...Rate it:

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Twenty-First Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
The morning mist is cleared away, Yet still the face of Heaven is grey, Nor yet this autumnal breeze has stirred the grove, Faded yet full, a p...Rate it:

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Twenty-First. Night. Monday
Anna Akhmatova
Twenty-first. Night. Monday. Silhouette of the capitol in darkness. Some good-for-nothing -- who knows why-- made up the tale that love exists on e...Rate it:

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Twenty-Fourth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Why should we faint and fear to live alone, Since all alone, so Heaven has willed, we die, Nor e'en the tenderest heart, and next our own, Know...Rate it:

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John Le Gay Brereton
The world, all busy round us here of late, Is still unchanged: but you are twenty-one. The mind, victorious with the rising sun, Steps boldly and b...Rate it:

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Twenty-Third Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Red o'er the forest peers the setting sun, The line of yellow light dies fast away That crowned the eastern copse: and chill and dun Falls on ...Rate it:

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