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Farewell to the Farm
Robert Louis Stevenson
The coach is at the door at last; The eager children, mounting fast And kissing hands, in chorus sing: Good-bye, good-bye, to everything! To h...Rate it:

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Peter Simson's Farm
Edward George Dyson
Simson settled in the timber when his arm was strong and true, And his form was straight and limber; and he wrought the long day through In a s...Rate it:

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The Golden Legend: II. A Farm In The Odenwald
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A garden; morning;_ PRINCE HENRY _seated, with a book_. ELSIE, _at a distance, gathering flowers._ _Prince Henry (reading)._ One morning, all alon...Rate it:

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A Farm-Picture
Walt Whitman
THROUGH the ample open door of the peaceful country barn, A sun-lit pasture field, with cattle and horses feeding; And haze, and vista, a...Rate it:

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The Farm Woman's Winter
Thomas Hardy
I If seasons all were summers, And leaves would never fall, And hopping casement-comers Were foodless not at all, And fragile folk might be he...Rate it:

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A Canary At The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
Folks has be'n to town, and Sahry Fetched 'er home a pet canary--, And of all the blame', contrary, Aggervatin' things alive! I love music-- that I...Rate it:

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A Farm House by the River
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I know a little country place Where still my heart doth linger, And o'er its fields is every grace Lined out by memory's finger. Back from the lane...Rate it:

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A Farm Walk
Christina Georgina Rossetti
The year stood at its equinox And bluff the North was blowing, A bleat of lambs came from the flocks, Green hardy things were growing; I met a maid...Rate it:

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A Voice From The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
It is my dream to have you here with me, Out of the heated city's dust and din-- Here where the colts have room to gambol in, And kine to graze, in...Rate it:

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Brook Farm
Louise Imogen Guiney
Down the long road, bent and brown, Youth, that dearly loves a vision, Ventures to the gate Elysian, As a pilgrim from the town. Coming not so ...Rate it:

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Come Back to the Farm!
Henry Clay Work
Brother, come back! come back! Dear brother, what can be the charm, That holds you so strong -- that keeps you so long Away from your father's able...Rate it:

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Dead Cow Farm
Robert Graves
An ancient saga tells us how In the beginning the First Cow (For nothing living yet had birth But Elemental Cow on earth) Began to lick cold sto...Rate it:

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Delightful Farm
Nikhil Parekh
The placid pebble in blue water, The yellow Sun evading the skies, A black cloud of mixed feeling, The blue tear strained eyes. The mist hangi...Rate it:

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Echoes from the Sabine Farm
Eugene Field
TO THE FOUNTAIN OF BANDUSIA O FOUNTAIN of Bandusia! Whence crystal waters flow, With garlands gay and wine I ’ll pay The sacrifice I owe; A sporti...Rate it:

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Farm Breakfast
John Clare
Maids shout to breakfast in a merry strife, And the cat runs to hear the whetted knife, And dogs are ever in the way to watch The mouldy crust and ...Rate it:

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Good Tidings; Or News From The Farm
Robert Bloomfield
Where's the Blind Child, so admirably fair, With guileless dimples, and with flaxen hair That waves in ev'ry breeze? he's often seen Beside yon cot...Rate it:

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How John Quit The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
Nobody on the old farm here but Mother, me and John, Except, of course, the extry he'p when harvest-time come on-- And then, I want to say to you, ...Rate it:

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Improved Farm Land
Carl Sandburg
Tall timber stood here once, hee on a corn belt farm along the Monon. Here the roots of a half-mile of trees dug their runners deep in the loam fo...Rate it:

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Old Winters On The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
I have jest about decided It 'ud keep a _town-boy_ hoppin' Fer to work all winter, choppin' Fer a' old fire-place, like _I_ did! Lawz! them old tim...Rate it:

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The Boy Lives On Our Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
The boy lives on our Farm, he's not Afeard o' horses none! An' he can make 'em lope, er trot, Er rack, er pace, er run. Sometimes he drives two hor...Rate it:

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The Fire At Ross's Farm
Henry Lawson
The squatter saw his pastures wide Decrease, as one by one The farmers moving to the west Selected on his run; Selectors took the water up ...Rate it:

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The Manor Farm
Edward Thomas
THE rock-like mud unfroze a little, and rills Ran and sparkled down each side of the road Under the catkins wagging in the hedge. But earth woul...Rate it:

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The Traveller And The Farm-Maiden
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
HE. CANST thou give, oh fair and matchless maiden, 'Neath the shadow of the lindens yonder,-- Where I'd fain one moment cease to wander,-- Food ...Rate it:

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