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The Wicket Cricket Critic
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
If the cricket critics' nagging Merits stern official gagging Which I doubt How would critical ascetics, With their prosy homiletics, Shut it ou...Rate it:

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The Critic
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
thousand curses alight on his head! 'Tis a critic, I vow! Let the dog be struck dead! Rate it:

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To A Captious Critic
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Dear critic, who my lightness so deplores, Would I might study to be prince of bores, Right wisely would I rule that dull estate-- But, sir, I may ...Rate it:

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Who Cricizes The Critic ?
Mario William Vitale
grumble, bitch & pout   Who critcizes the critic is there some superior other yet why shoulRate it:

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A Critic
Walter Savage Landor
With much ado you fail to tell The requisites for writing well; But, what bad writing is, you quite Have proved by every line you write. Rate it:

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A Critic
Ambrose Bierce
That from _you_, neighbor! to whose vacant lot Each rhyming literary knacker scourges His cart-compelling Pegasus to trot, As folly, fame or famine...Rate it:

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An Art Critic
Ambrose Bierce
Ira P. Rankin, you've a nasal name I'll sound it through 'the speaking-trump of fame,' And wondering nations, hearing from afar The brazen twang of...Rate it:

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Critic and Poet: an Epilogue
Emma Lazarus
("Poetry must be simple, sensuous, or impassioned; this man is neither simple, sensuous, nor impassioned; therefore he is not a poet") No man had ...Rate it:

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Dr. Critic Killjoy
Mario William Vitale
blood off side blackened hearts with no love Critical asses with no free passes no second chances tRate it:

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For A Certain Critic
Ambrose Bierce
lowly themes engage my humble pen Stupidities of critics, not of men. Be it mine once more the maunRate it:

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Lines To A Critic
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. Honey from silkworms who can gather, Or silk from the yellow bee? The grass may grow in winter weather As soon as hate in me. II. Hate men who ...Rate it:

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The Dilettante And The Critic
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
A BOY a pigeon once possess'd, In gay and brilliant plumage dress'd; He loved it well, and in boyish sport Its food to take from his mouth he taugh...Rate it:

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To A Critic Of Tennyson
Ambrose Bierce
Affronting fool, subdue your transient light; When Wisdom's dull dares Folly to be bright: If Genius stumble in the path to fame, 'Tis decency in d...Rate it:

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To an Ungentle Critic
Robert Graves
The great sun sinks behind the town Through a red mist of Volnay wine.... But what’s the use of setting down That glorious blaze behind the town...Rate it:

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An Essay on Criticism
Alexander Pope
but spoiled by false education. The multitude of Critics, and causes of them. That we are to study Rate it:

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The Apology
Charles Churchill
ADDRESSED TO THE CRITICAL REVIEWERS. Tristitiam et Metus.--HORACE. Laughs not the heart when giants, big with pride, Assume the pompous port, the...Rate it:

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The Spoilsport
Robert Graves
ghost again Comes to see what he can see, Critic, son of Conscious Brain, Spying on our privacy. Rate it:

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A Coincidence
Robert Fuller Murray
Every critic in the town Runs the minor poet down; Every critic--don't you know it? Is himself a minor poet. Rate it:

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A Dilemma
Ambrose Bierce
with a zeal to serve my fellow men, For years I criticised their prose and verges: Pointed out all Rate it:

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An Epistle Addressed To Sir Thomas Hanmer, On His Edition Of Shakspeare's Works
William Taylor Collins
bosom swell. With conscious awe she hears the critic's fame, And blushing hides her wreath at ShaRate it:

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The Cambaroora Star
Henry Lawson
and a poem made by Brown. Once I showed it to a critic, and he said 'twas very fine, Though he waRate it:

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The Candidate
George Crabbe
and mud, that varnish and deform, Feed the lean critic and the fattening worm; Then sent disgraced-Rate it:

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The Unfinished Book
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
passing, This, like other idle lines; Take it, critic, great at classing Subtle genius and its sRate it:

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Thoughts Suggested By A College Examination
George Gordon Lord Byron
English line tc pen, Scans Attic metres with a critic's ken. What, though he knows not how his fatRate it:

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To G. M. W. And G. F. W.
Ellis Parker Butler
one donk, and only one; You know the tale—the critic’s squawk (As pater that poor ass bestrode)— 'SRate it:

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