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Inscription for the Entrance to a Wood
William Cullen Bryant
Stranger, if thou hast learned a truth which needs No school of long experience, that the world Is full of guilt and misery, and hast seen Enoug...Rate it:

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On my Sister Joanna's Entrance into Her 33rd Year
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
On this thy natal day permit a friend - A brother - with thy joys his own to blend: In all gladness he would wish to share As willing in thy griefs...Rate it:

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Pennsylvania Hall
John Greenleaf Whittier
NOT with the splendors of the days of old, The spoil of nations, and barbaric gold; No weapons wrested from the fields of blood, Where dark and ste...Rate it:

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The Lady Of Rathmore Hall
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Throughout the country for many a mile There is not a nobler, statelier pile Than ivy crowned Rathmore Hall; And the giant oaks that shadow the wol...Rate it:

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To Faneuil Hall
John Greenleaf Whittier
MEN! if manhood still ye claim, If the Northern pulse can thrill, Roused by wrong or stung by shame, Freely, strongly still; Let the sounds of traf...Rate it:

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The Death of Ben Hall
William Henry Ogilvie
Ben Hall was out on Lachlans side With a thousand pounds on his head; A score of troopers were scattered wide And a hundred more were ready to ride...Rate it:

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Sometime at a concert hall, in recollection...
Boris Pasternak
Sometime at a concert hall, in recollection, A Brahms intermezzo will wound me-I'll start, Remember that summer, the flowerbed garden, The walks an...Rate it:

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Crumble-Hall
Mary Leapor
When Friends or Fortune frown on Mira's Lay, Or gloomy Vapours hide the Lamp of Day; With low'ring Forehead, and with aching Limbs, Oppress'd wit...Rate it:

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Cumnor Hall
William Mickle
The dews of summer nighte did falle, The moone (sweete regente of the skye) Silver'd the walles of Cumnor Halle, And manye an oake that grewe there...Rate it:

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Farewell Address at the Argyle Hall
William Topaz McGonagall
Fellow Citizens of Dundee. I now must bid farewell to ye. For I am going to London far away. But when I will return again I cannot say. Farewell!...Rate it:

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Locksley Hall
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Comrades, leave me here a little, while as yet 't is early morn: Leave me here, and when you want me, sound upon the bugle-horn. 'T is the pl...Rate it:

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Peggy's The Lady Of The Hall
John Clare
And will she leave the lowly clowns For silk and satins gay, Her woollen aprons and drab gowns For lady's cold array? And will she leave the wild h...Rate it:

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A Fragment: When, To Their Airy Hall
George Gordon Lord Byron
When, to their airy hall, my father's voice Shall call my spirit, joyful in their choice; When, poised upon the gale, my form shall ride, Or, dark ...Rate it:

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Dance-Hall Girls
Robert William Service
Where are the dames I used to know In Dawson in the days of yore? Alas, it's fifty years ago, And most, I guess, have "gone before." The swinging s...Rate it:

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Hall i th' Wood
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
CHANGE, change, wondrous change, Mighty is thy power, and strange ; Summer sleeps beneath the snow, Fading follows autumn’s glow : Time, what has i...Rate it:

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Lines in Memoriam Regarding the Entertainment in Reform Street Hall, Dundee
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas on the 31st of March, and in the year of 1893, I gave an entertainment in the city of Dundee, To a select party of gentlemen, big and small, ...Rate it:

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Mr. MacCall at Cleveland Hall
James Thomson
Mr. MacCall at Cleveland Hall, Sunday evening-date to fix- Fifteenth April, sixty-six, Speech reported and redacted By a fellow much distracted...Rate it:

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Ode VI: To William Hall, Esquire: With The Works Of Chaulieu
Mark Akenside
I. Attend to Chaulieu's wanton lyre; While, fluent as the sky-lark sings When first the morn allures it's wings, The epicure his theme pursues: And...Rate it:

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The Hall And The Wood
William Morris
’Twas in the water-dwindling tide When July days were done, Sir Rafe of Greenhowes, ’gan to ride In the earliest of the sun. He left the white-wal...Rate it:

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The Mirror in the Hall
Constantine P. Cavafy
The rich house had in the hall An enormous mirror, very old; Bought at least eighty years ago. A very handsome boy, assistant at a tailor’s (On Su...Rate it:

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Why Sit'st Thou By That Ruin'd Hall?
Sir Walter Scott
'Why sit'st thou by that ruin'd hall, Thou aged carle so stern and grey? Dost thou its former pride recall, Or ponder how it pass'd away?'- 'Know'...Rate it:

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A Christmas Carol, Sung to the King in the Presence at White-Hall
Robert Herrick
Chorus. What sweeter music can we bring, Than a Carol, for to sing The Birth of this our heavenly King? Awake the Voice! Awake the String! Hea...Rate it:

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A Flower Garden At Coleorton Hall, Leicestershire.
William Wordsworth
TELL me, ye Zephyrs! that unfold, While fluttering o'er this gay Recess, Pinions that fanned the teeming mould Of Eden's blissful wilderness, Did o...Rate it:

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Chalkey Hall
John Greenleaf Whittier
How bland and sweet the greeting of this breeze To him who flies From crowded street and red wall's weary gleam, Till far behind him like a hideous...Rate it:

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Down-Hall. A Ballad.
Matthew Prior
Tune. - 'King John and the Abbot of Canterbury.' I sing not old Jason who travell'd through Greece To kiss the fair maids and possess the rich fle...Rate it:

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