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Old Engine Driver
Robert William Service
For five and twenty years I've run A famous train; But now my spell of speed is done, No more I'll strain My sight along the tr...Rate it:

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The Engine
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Into the gloom of the deep, dark night, With panting breath and a startled scream; Swift as a bird in sudden flight Darts this creature of steel...Rate it:

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The Flying Gang
Andrew Barton Paterson
I served my time, in the days gone by, In the railway's clash and clang, And I worked my way to the end, and I Was the head of the "Flying Gang"...Rate it:

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George and the Dragon
Marriott Edgar
I'll tell you the tale of an old country pub As fancied itself up to date, It had the word " Garage" wrote on t' stable door And a petrol pump ou...Rate it:

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Antwerp To Ghent
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
We are upon the Scheldt. We know we move Because there is a floating at our eyes Whatso they seek; and because all the things Which on our outse...Rate it:

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Hanchen, the Maid of the Mill
William Topaz McGonagall
Near the village of Udorf, on the banks of the Rhine, There lived a miller and his family, once on a time; And there yet stands the mill in a state...Rate it:

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Hellbound Train
Anonymous Americas
A Texas cowboy lay down on a barroom floor, Having drunk so much he could drink no more; So he fell asleep with a troubled brain To dream that he r...Rate it:

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In the Moonlight
David McKee Wright
The moon is bright, and the winds are laid, and the river is roaring by; Orion swings, with his belted lights low down in the western sky; North ...Rate it:

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Jump-To-Glory Jane
George Meredith
I A revelation came on Jane, The widow of a labouring swain: And first her body trembled sharp, Then all the woman was a harp With winds along the...Rate it:

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Saving a Train
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1869, and on the 19th of November, Which the people in Southern Germany will long remember, The great rain-storm which for twe...Rate it:

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Song of the Artesian Water
Andrew Barton Paterson
Now the stock have started dying, for the Lord has sent a drought; But we're sick of prayers and Providence -- we're going to do without; With th...Rate it:

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Stimulation
Nikhil Parekh
The tree leaves swayed with injected stimulation from breezy draughts of air, shedding its foliage at sporadic intervals of time. stagnant patche...Rate it:

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Suum Cuique
John Dryden
When lawless men their neighbours dispossess, The tenants they extirpate or oppress, And make rude havoc in the fruitful soil, Which the right o...Rate it:

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The Burial of the Dane
Henry Howard
BLUE gulf all around us, Blue sky overhead - Muster all on the quarter, We must bury the dead! It is but a Danish sailor, Rugged of front and for...Rate it:

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The Hell-Bound Train
Anonymous Americas
A Texas cowboy lay down on a barroom floor, Having drunk so much he could drink no more; So he fell asleep with a troubled brain To dream that he r...Rate it:

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The Scottish Engineer
Andrew Barton Paterson
With eyes that searched in the dark, Peering along the line, Stood the grim Scotsman, Hector Clark, Driver of "Forty-nine". And the veldt-fire ...Rate it:

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The Twelve-Forty-Five
Joyce Kilmer
(For Edward J. Wheeler) Within the Jersey City shed The engine coughs and shakes its head, The smoke, a plume of red and white, Waves madly in th...Rate it:

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Those Foreign Engineers
Henry Lawson
Old Ivan McIvanovitch, with knitted brow of care, Has climbed up from the engine-room to get a breath of air; He slowly wipes the grease and sweat ...Rate it:

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On the Road
Claude McKay
Roar of the rushing train fearfully rocking, Impatient people jammed in line for food, The rasping noise of cars together knocking, And worried ...Rate it:

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Sweet Meat Has Sour Sauce; Or, The Slave-Trader In The Dumps
William Cowper
A trader I am to the African shore, But since that my trading is like to be o'er, I'll sing you a song that you ne'er heard before, Which nobody ...Rate it:

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London To Folkestone (Half-Past One To Half-Past Five)
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
A constant keeping-past of shaken trees, And a bewildered glitter of loose road; Banks of bright growth, with single blades atop Against white s...Rate it:

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1 GOD
Nikhil Parekh
There were several colors in this world; some were as black as the hideous reptile; while some were pearly and sparkling white, There were several...Rate it:

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A Dream Of Sunshine
Eugene Field
I'm weary of this weather and I hanker for the ways Which people read of in the psalms and preachers paraphrase-- The grassy fields, the leafy wood...Rate it:

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A Gallop from the Train
William Henry Ogilvie
Though I can't afford a hunter -more's the pity, I love a rousing gallop like the rest!- Every morning as I travel to the city I have five and fort...Rate it:

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A New Girl Up At White’s
Edward George Dyson
THERE’S a fresh track down the paddock Through the lightwoods to the creek, And I notice Billy Craddock And Maloney do not speak, And The Snag is s...Rate it:

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