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Of Bronze—and Blaze
Emily Dickinson
Of Bronze—and Blaze— The North—Tonight— So adequate—it forms— So preconcerted with itself— So distant—to alarms— And Unconcern so sovereign To Univ...Rate it:

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Remorse
Emily Dickinson
Remorse -- is Memory -- awake -- Her Parties all astir -- A Presence of Departed Acts -- At window -- and at Door -- Its Past -- set down before t...Rate it:

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A Psalm Of Councel
Joseph Furphy
Though some good folks may take it ill, As trifling with parsonic frill, Thus saith the Lord to Jim and Bill, In admonition stern and straight:—...Rate it:

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Cleon
Robert Browning
"As certain also of your own poets have said"-- (Acts 17.28) Cleon the poet (from the sprinkled isles, Lily on lily, that o'erlace ...Rate it:

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Exordium
George Cabot Lodge
Speak! said my soul, be stern and adequate; The sunset falls from Heaven, the year is late, Love waits with fallen tresses at thy gate And mo...Rate it:

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Goophic Phantasm
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Tho' I own I have no adequate proofs Of this queer tale of the quaint old Goophs The Goophs who dwelt in the land of Guph Still, I think it's a c...Rate it:

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Heaven is so far of the Mind
Emily Dickinson
Heaven is so far of the Mind That were the Mind dissolved— The Site—of it—by Architect Could not again be proved— 'Tis vast—as our Capacity— As fa...Rate it:

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I'm ceded—I've stopped being Theirs
Emily Dickinson
I'm ceded—I've stopped being Theirs— The name They dropped upon my face With water, in the country church Is finished using, now, And They can put ...Rate it:

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Le Monocle de Mon Oncle
Wallace Stevens
make oblation fit. Where shall I find Bravura adequate to this great hymn? X The fops of fancy iRate it:

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Metropolitan Nightmare
Stephen Vincent Benet
I rained quite a lot, that spring. You woke in the morning And saw the sky still clouded, the streets still wet, But nobody noticed so much, except...Rate it:

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More Life—went out—when He went
Emily Dickinson
More Life—went out—when He went Than Ordinary Breath— Lit with a finer Phosphor— Requiring in the Quench— A Power of Renowned Cold, The Climate of...Rate it:

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On Happiness
James Thomson
till it points to this, There is some object adequate to fill This boundless wish of our extendedRate it:

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The Lost Dancer
Jean Toomer
dancer. He can find no source Of magic adequate to bind The sand upon his feet, his feet Upon his dRate it:

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The Mackaiad
Ambrose Bierce
from an archangel's wing! O, for a voice that's adequate to sing The splendor and the terror of theRate it:

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The Piute
Ambrose Bierce
Unbeautiful is the Piute! Howe'er bedecked with bravery, His person is unsavory Of soap he's destitute. He multiplies upon the earth In spite of a...Rate it:

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The Summer Bower
Henry Timrod
It is a place whither I've often gone For peace, and found it, secret, hushed, and cool, A beautiful recess in neighboring woods. Trees of the sobe...Rate it:

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This Consciousness that is aware
Emily Dickinson
This Consciousness that is aware Of Neighbors and the Sun Will be the one aware of Death And that itself alone Is traversing the interval Experien...Rate it:

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We thirst at first—'tis Nature's Act
Emily Dickinson
We thirst at first—'tis Nature's Act— And later—when we die— A little Water supplicate— Of fingers going by— It intimates the finer want— Whose ad...Rate it:

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