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Urceus Exit
Henry Austin Dobson
Triolet I INTENDED an Ode,    And it turn'd to a Sonnet It began a la mode, I intended an Ode; But Rose cross'd the road    In her latest ne...Rate it:

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Exit
Edwin Arlington Robinson
For what we owe to other days, Before we poisoned him with praise, May we who shrank to find him weak Remember that he cannot speak. For envy ...Rate it:

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Exit God
Gamaliel Bradford
Of old our father's God was real, Something they almost saw, Which kept them to a stern ideal And scourged them into awe. They walked the narrow p...Rate it:

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The Ship of Death
David Herbert Lawrence
I Now it is autumn and the falling fruit and the long journey towards oblivion. The apples falling like great drops of dew to bruise themselv...Rate it:

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Yaksha
Friend of Yakshsa
Once upon a time there was a lovely princess. But she had an enchantment upon her of a fearful sort, which could only be broken by Love's first k...Rate it:

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A New Damon And Pythias
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
CHARLES: So, brother, I am out and yu are in. Farewell, farewell, to all my splendor bright! Yet, just to know 'tis you, dear Agar Wynne, Tinges my...Rate it:

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A Historical Problem
James Brunton Stephens
KING AHASUERUS in his palace at Shu-Shàn Gave a feast unto his princes, Tarshish, Meres, Memucàn, And some others whose outlandish names it boots n...Rate it:

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Cat Parody on Poe's
Anonymous Americas
The other night while we lay musing, and our weary brain confusing o'er the topics of the day, Suddenly we heard a rattling, as of serious hosts a-...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act II
John Keats
SCENE I. An Ante-chamber in the Castle. Enter LUDOLPH and SIGIFRED. Ludolph. No more advices, no more cautioning: I leave it all to fate to any thi...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act III
John Keats
SCENE I. The Country. Enter ALBERT. Albert. O that the earth were empty, as when Cain Had no perplexity to hide his head! Or that the sword of some...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act V
John Keats
SCENE I. A part of the Forest. Enter CONRAD and AURANTHE. Auranthe. Go no further; not a step more; thou art A master-plague in the midst of miser...Rate it:

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The Mummery
Ambrose Bierce
THE TWO CAVEES DRAMATIS PERSONAE. FITCH _a Pelter of Railrogues_ PICKERING _his Partner, an Enemy to Sin_ OLD NICK _a General Blackwasher_ DEAD C...Rate it:

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SOME NOTHINGSOME
Hubbs
I write of something That is of no thing Yet to fill to full Without a thing at all 100% of nothing, totally bare Lacking sustenance, however ful...Rate it:

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Life Is A Privilege
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Life is a privilege. Its youthful days Shine with the radiance of continuous Mays. To live, to breathe, to wonder and desire, To feed with dreams ...Rate it:

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1805
Robert Graves
At Viscount Nelson’s lavish funeral, While the mob milled and yelled about St Paul’s, A General chatted with an Admiral: “One of your colleagues, ...Rate it:

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A Day In The Life Of A Beggar
Nikhil Parekh
I shriek at high pitched tones in discordance, mumbling words unnaturally formed, stretching minute chords of my vocal tract, i was a sight to ...Rate it:

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A Gray Dawn
Kurt Philip Behm
The gray dawn slaughters the promise of Spring, Winter’s desperate last goodbye Its poisonous haze mocks a sky forsaken, the sun again denied Its...Rate it:

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A Vision Of Climate
Ambrose Bierce
I dreamed that I was poor and sick and sad, Broken in hope and weary of my life; My ventures all miscarrying-naught had For all my labor in the hea...Rate it:

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A, B, C.
Charles Stuart Calverley
A is an Angel of blushing eighteen: B is the Ball where the Angel was seen: C is her Chaperone, who cheated at cards: D is the Deuxtemps, with Fran...Rate it:

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Anonymity
Kurt Philip Behm
Are you obligated To retain The verses you write, Or do you systematically Release What no longer can survive Unnamed, As they mark the trail Of th...Rate it:

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Behind The Arras
Paul Laurence Dunbar
As in some dim baronial hall restrained, A prisoner sits, engirt by secret doors And waving tapestries that argue forth Strange passages into the o...Rate it:

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Boredom
Nikhil Parekh
I viewed television for long hours on the trot, Flickering images of the screen flooding inert regions of my eye, I suddenly felt my head throbbi...Rate it:

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Brown Leaves
Gamaliel Bradford
The passage of dead leaves in spring Is like the aged vanishing. Amid the bustle and delight Of beauty thronging sound and sight, Their lengthened ...Rate it:

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Crossing Over — Turned Around
Kurt Philip Behm
Through the eye of the needle Not to the left or the right Dodging both on the comets tail I streak into the light My last wish out in front As wo...Rate it:

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Fragmentary Scenes From The Road To Avernus
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Scene I 'Discontent' LAURENCE RABY. Laurence: I said to young Allan M'Ilveray, Beside the swift swirls of the North, When, in lilac shot through ...Rate it:

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