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Mark Antony
John Cleveland
Whenas the nightingale chanted her vespers, And the wild forester couched on the ground, Venus invited me in th' evening whispers Unto a fragrant ...Rate it:

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The Eve Of Saint Mark. A Fragment
John Keats
Upon a Sabbath-day it fell; Twice holy was the Sabbath-bell That call'd the folk to evening prayer; The city streets were clean and fair From w...Rate it:

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The Legend of St. Mark
John Greenleaf Whittier
The day is closing dark and cold, With roaring blast and sleety showers; And through the dusk the lilacs wear The bloom of snow, instead of flowers...Rate it:

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The Monks of St. Mark
Thomas Love Peacock
'Tis midnight: the sky is with clouds overcast; The forest-trees bend in the loud-rushing blast; The rain strongly beats on these time-hallow'd s...Rate it:

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A Health to Mark Twain
Henry Van Dyke
At his Birthday Feast With memories old and wishes new We crown our cups again, And here's to you, and here's to you With love that ne'er shall wa...Rate it:

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Eternity's Mark
Kurt Philip Behm
Can time be discarded by reading your work Your wisdom a birthstone, eternity’s mark With experience salient, thoughts never to age A voic...Rate it:

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Mark The Concentrated Hazels That Enclose
William Wordsworth
MARK the concentred hazels that enclose Yon old grey Stone, protected from the ray Of noontide suns:--and even the beams that play And glance, whil...Rate it:

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Mark Twain and Joan of Arc
Vachel Lindsay
When Yankee soldiers reach the barricade Then Joan of Arc gives each the accolade. For she is there in armor clad, today, All the young poets of t...Rate it:

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Modern Love XLIII: Mark Where the Pressing Wind
George Meredith
Mark where the pressing wind shoots javelin-like, Its skeleton shadow on the broad-backed wave! Here is a fitting spot to dig Love's grave; Here...Rate it:

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Not Stopping To Mark The Trail
Not stopping to mark the trail, let me push even deeper into the mountain! Perhaps there's a place where bad news can never reach me! Rate it:

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Of Thy Life, Thomas, This Compass Well Mark
Henry Howard
Of thy life, Thomas, this compass well mark: Not aye with full sails the high seas to beat, Ne by coward dread, in shunning storms dark, On shallow...Rate it:

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Sometimes I watch you, mark your brooding eyes
Lesbia Harford
Sometimes I watch you, mark your brooding eyes, Your grave brow over-weighted with deep thought, Your mouth's straight line — details of such a s...Rate it:

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The Last Mark
Kurt Philip Behm
Age is a demon, age is a shield Age is a weapon, age makes you yield Age is redundant, age self-defies Age is the truth, age often lie...Rate it:

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Thou Blind Man's Mark
Sir Philip Sidney
Thou blind man's mark, thou fool's self chosen snare, Fond fancy's scum, and dregs of scatter'd thought, Band of all evils, cradle of causeless c...Rate it:

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St. Mark's Day
John Keble
Oh! who shall dare in this frail scene On holiest happiest thoughts to lean, On Friendship, Kindred, or on Love? Since not Apostles' hands can cl...Rate it:

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The Mark Of Cain
Kurt Philip Behm
We are often the most critical Of what we are the most guilty of (Villanova Pennsylvania: January, 2015)Rate it:

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'The Old Leaven'
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Mark: So, Maurice, you sail to-morrow, you say? And you may or may not return? Be sociable, man! for once in a way, Unless you're too old to learn....Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Week : Thursday; or, The Spell
John Gay
Hobnelia. Hobnelia, seated in a dreary vale, In pensive mood rehears'd her piteous tale, Her piteous tale the wind in sighs bemoan, And pining echo...Rate it:

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Merlin And Vivien
Alfred Lord Tennyson
A storm was coming, but the winds were still, And in the wild woods of Broceliande, Before an oak, so hollow, huge and old It looked a tower of ...Rate it:

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The Pure Norwegian Flag
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
I Tri-colored flag, and pure, Thou art our hard-fought cause secure; Thor's hammer-mark of might Thou bearest blue in Christian white, And all our ...Rate it:

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Jabed Meeker, Humorist
Ellis Parker Butler
Twain? Oh, yes, I’ve heard Mark Twain Heard him down to Pleasant Plain; Funny? Yes, I guess so. Folks Seemed to laugh loud at his jokes— Laughed to...Rate it:

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King Saul at Gilboa
Henry Kendall
With noise of battle and the dust of fray, Half hid in fog, the gloomy mountain lay; But Succoth’s watchers, from their outer fields, Saw fits of f...Rate it:

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'Twixt the Wings of the Yard
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Hear the loud swell of it, mighty pell mell of it, Thousands of voices all blent into one: See “hell for leather” now trooping together, now Down...Rate it:

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Hans Christian Andersen
'- Mark og Enge dækkes af den hvide Snee, Paa de døde Blomster vil ei Livet see; Dog, mens Vinterkulden trykker Jordens Kyst, Anelse og Længsel fyl...Rate it:

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Home, My Little Children, Hear Are Songs For You
Robert Louis Stevenson
COME, my little children, here are songs for you; Some are short and some are long, and all, all are new. You must learn to sing them very small an...Rate it:

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