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The Treasury
Alfonso X El Sabio
THE strange intelligence then reached my ears That in the land of Egypt lived a man, Who, wise of wit, subjected to his scan The dark occurrence...Rate it:

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The Sinking Fund Cried
Thomas Moore
["Now what, we ask, is become of this Sinking Fund - these eight millions of surplus above expenditure, which were to reduce the interest of the na...Rate it:

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Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 01
Sa di
Property is for the comfort of life, not for the accumulation of wealth. A sage, having been asked who is lucky and who is not, replied: ‘He is luc...Rate it:

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Introductory 01
Sa di
Laudation to the God of majesty and glory! Obedience to him is a cause of approach and gratitude in increase of benefits. Every inhalation of the b...Rate it:

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A Dirge of the Morning After
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE (wailing dismally): 'Who can deliver us, Lord of our destiny! Out of the depths comes our passionate cry, Wrung from the soul o...Rate it:

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A Sabbath Scene
John Greenleaf Whittier
SCARCE had the solemn Sabbath-bell Ceased quivering in the steeple, Scarce had the parson to his desk Walked stately through his people, When down ...Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 14
Sa di
One of the ancient kings neglected the government of his realm and kept the army in distress. Accordingly the whole of it ran away when a powerful ...Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 16
Sa di
One of my friends complained of the unpropitious times, telling me that he had a slender income, a large family, without strength to bear the load ...Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 24
Sa di
King Zuzan had a khajah of noble sentiments and of good aspect who served his companions when they were present and spoke well of them when they we...Rate it:

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Eyes Spies
Abinash Parajuli
I know you are true, I know it too, But sometimes eyes spies Beyond imagination, under no obligations Blood goes down my spines I know it’s hard, ...Rate it:

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Orinda To Lucasia Parting October 1661 At London
Katherine Philips
Adieu dear object of my Love's excess, And with thee all my hopes of happiness, With the same fervent and unchanged heart Which did it's whole self...Rate it:

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The False Gods
Edwin Arlington Robinson
“We are false and evanescent, and aware of our deceit, From the straw that is our vitals to the clay that is our feet. You may serve us if you mu...Rate it:

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The Final Tax
Ellis Parker Butler
Said Statesman A to Statesman Z: 'What can we tax that is not paying? We’re taxing every blessed thing— Here’s what our people are defraying: 'Tar...Rate it:

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The Forfeiture
Henry King
My Dearest, To let you or the world know What Debt of service I do truly ow To your unpattern'd self, were to require A language onely form'd in...Rate it:

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The Valley of the Shadow
Edwin Arlington Robinson
There were faces to remember in the Valley of the Shadow, There were faces unregarded, there were faces to forget; There were fires of grief and ...Rate it:

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Epithalamion Made At Lincoln's Inn
John Donne
I HAIL sun-beams in the east are spread ; Leave, leave, fair bride, your solitary bed ; No more shall you return to it alone ; It nurseth sadn...Rate it:

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La Corona
John Donne
Deign at my hands this crown of prayer and praise, Weaved in my lone devout melancholy, Thou which of good hast, yea, art treasury, All changing...Rate it:

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The Wish
Abraham Cowley
WELL then! I now do plainly see This busy world and I shall ne'er agree. The very honey of all earthly joy Does of all meats the soonest cloy...Rate it:

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The Cane-Bottom'd Chair
William Makepeace Thackeray
In tattered old slippers that toast at the bars, And a ragged old jacket perfumed with cigars, Away from the world, and its toils and its cares, ...Rate it:

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A Clock Striking Midnight
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
Hark to the echo of Time’s footsteps; gone Thise moments are into the unseen grave Of ages. Thy have vanished nameless. None, While they are dee...Rate it:

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A Meditation On Rhode-Island Coal
William Cullen Bryant
I sat beside the glowing grate, fresh heaped With Newport coal, and as the flame grew bright --The many-coloured flame--and played and leaped, I th...Rate it:

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A Shower In War-Time
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Rain, rain, sweet warm rain, On the wood and on the plain! Rain, rain, warm and sweet, Summer wood lush leafy and loud, With note of a throat that ...Rate it:

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A Song For Peace And Honour
Edith Nesbit
TO THE QUEEN LADY and Queen, for whom our laurels twine, Upon whose head the glories of our land In one immortal diadem are met, Embodied Engla...Rate it:

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All In a Family Way
Thomas Moore
My banks are all furnished with rags, So thick, even Freddy can't thin 'em; I've torn up my old money-bags, Having little or nought to put in 'em. ...Rate it:

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Army Headquarters
Rudyard Kipling
Old is the song that I sing -- Old as my unpaid bills -- Old as the chicken that kitmutgars bring Men at dak-bungalows -- old as the Hills. Ahas...Rate it:

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