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Archaic Torso of Apollo
Rainer Maria Rilke
We cannot know his legendary head with eyes like ripening fruit. And yet his torso is still suffused with brilliance from inside, like a lamp, in w...Rate it:

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Invocation To The Muses
Edna St. Vincent Millay
these rafters—be with me. If I address thee in archaic style— Words obsolete, words obsolescent, ItRate it:

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A Dream Of Sunshine
Eugene Field
the violin! But a godly hoosier fiddle--a quaint archaic thing Full of all the proper melodies our Rate it:

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A Fairly Sad Tale
Dorothy Parker
was cursed with hope. A heart in half is chaste, archaic; But mine resembles a mosaic- The thing's Rate it:

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A Footnote to a Famous Lyric
Louise Imogen Guiney
hand Struck from the dark whole gems like these, Archaic beauty, never planned Nor reared by wan deRate it:

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In New Orleans
Eugene Field
bottles, too, of yellow and of green, Cut in archaic fashion that I ne'er before had seen; A lovelyRate it:

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Pretty Insanities
Stone Fox
ever seen but all known to possess legendary archaic features. They mastered all the realms and laRate it:

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Salutation The Second
Ezra Pound
quaint devices, Here they are with nothing archaic about them. Observe the irritation in general: Rate it:

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The Ballad of the White Horse
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
bend above a shapeless shroud Seeking in such archaic cloud Sight of strong lords and light? WhereRate it:

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The Fathers
Edwin Muir
and figure flown, Will open into light. Archaic fevers shake Our healthy flesh and blood Plumped Rate it:

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The Horses
Edwin Muir
to find our whereabouts And that long-lost archaic companionship. In the first moment we had never Rate it:

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The Incarnate One
Edwin Muir
Law Who saw the far side of the Cross among The archaic peoples in their ancient awe, In ignorant wRate it:

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The Towers of Time
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
on a world that worms devour. (Archaic incredible dead dawns breaking Deep in the desRate it:

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This Momentous Mummery
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
... Old stuff, so I was once led to suppose Archaic stuff, and yet it goes, it goes. Once EpictetuRate it:

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Voyage to Cythera
Charles Baudelaire
can see." O place of many a mystic sacrament! Archaic Aphrodite's splendid shade Lingers above youRate it:

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