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The Gay Gordons
Sir Henry Newbolt
(Dargai, October 20, 1897) Whos for the Gathering, who's for the Fair? (Gay goes the Gordon to a fight) The bravest of the brave are at deadlock t...Rate it:

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A Beavy Of The Fair & Gay
Thomas Parnell
A Beavy of the fair & Gay, Such as are daily Smoakt in tea, & toasted over wine, Vext to be made so long the Jeast Of tongues & pens, to go in ques...Rate it:

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An Ode : While Blooming Youth And Gay Delight
Matthew Prior
While blooming youth and gay delight Sit on thy rosy cheeks confess'd, Thou hast, my dear, undoubted right To triumph o'er this destined breast. My...Rate it:

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On Mr. Gay
Alexander Pope
Of Manners gentle, of Affections mild; In Wit, a Man; Simplicity, a Child: With native Humour temp'ring virtuous Rage, Form'd to delight at once an...Rate it:

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The Sun is gay or stark
Emily Dickinson
The Sun is gay or stark According to our Deed. If Merry, He is merrier— If eager for the Dead Or an expended Day He helped to make too bright His ...Rate it:

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While Summer Suns O'er the Gay Prospect Play'd
Thomas Warton Jr.
While summer suns o'er the gay prospect play'd, Through Surrey's verdant scenes, where Epsom spread 'Mid intermingling elms her flowery meads, A...Rate it:

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On Gay Wallpaper
William Carlos Williams
The green-blue ground is ruled with silver lines to say the sun is shining And on this moral sea of grass or dreams lie flowers or baskets of desi...Rate it:

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Victor James Daley
The night is young yet; an enchanted night In early summer: calm and darkly bright. I love the Night, and every little breeze She brings, to soo...Rate it:

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Oh, the Sight Entrancing
Thomas Moore
Oh, the sight entrancing, When morning's beam is glancing O'er files array'd With helm and blade, And plumes in the gay wind dancing! When hea...Rate it:

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Hunting Song
Sir Walter Scott
Waken, lords and ladies gay, On the mountain dawns the day; All the jolly chase is here With hawk and horse and hunting-spear, Hounds are in their ...Rate it:

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The Dreamer
Robert William Service
The lone man gazed and gazed upon his gold, His sweat, his blood, the wage of weary days; But now how sweet, how doubly sweet to hold All gay and g...Rate it:

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The Olive Of Peace
James Henry Leigh Hunt
Now sheath'd is the Sword that was wild as the blast: The Tempest of Slaughter and Terror is past; Old ALBION her Neighbour all smilingly hails— ...Rate it:

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Cuchulain's Fight with the Sea
William Butler Yeats
A man came slowly from the setting sun, To Emer, raddling raiment in her dun, And said, "I am that swineherd whom you bid Go watch the road between...Rate it:

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For E. McC
Ezra Pound
Gone while your tastes were keen to you, Gone where the grey winds call to you, By that high fencer, even Death, Struck of the blade that no man pa...Rate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 8
Ludovico Ariosto
ARGUMENT Rogero flies; Astolpho with the rest, To their true shape Melissa does restore; Rinaldo levies knights and squadrons, pressed In aid of Ch...Rate it:

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The Dead Soldier
Dora Sigerson Shorter
Where the sword has opened the way the man will follow 'Look! they came, the triumphant army! Over yon hill see their weapons peeping!' Still I sp...Rate it:

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The Feud: A Border Ballad
Adam Lindsay Gordon
PLATE I Rixa super mero They sat by their wine in the tavern that night, But not in good fellowship true : The Rhenish was strong and the Burgund...Rate it:

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The Battle of Bannockburn
William Topaz McGonagall
Sir Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn Beat the English in every wheel and turn, And made them fly in great dismay From off the field without delay. ...Rate it:

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A Dialogue Of Self And Soul
William Butler Yeats
i{My Soul} I summon to the winding ancient stair; Set all your mind upon the steep ascent, Upon the broken, crumbling battlement, Upon the breathle...Rate it:

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Free Verse
Robert Graves
I now delight In spite Of the might And the right Of classic tradition, In writing And reciting Straight ahead, Without let or omission, J...Rate it:

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In heaven,
Stephen Crane
In heaven, Some little blades of grass Stood before God. "What did you do?" Then all save one of the little blades Began eagerly to relate Th...Rate it:

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The Bayadere. An Indian Tale (1)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
THERE were seventy pillars around the hall, Of wreathed gold was each capital, And the roof was fretted with amber and gems, Such as light kingly d...Rate it:

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The Bridge: Atlantis
Harold Hart Crane
Through the bound cable strands, the arching path Upward, veering with light, the flight of strings,— Taut miles of shuttling moonlight syncopate...Rate it:

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Look Seaward, Sentinel!
Alfred Austin
I Look seaward, Sentinel, and tell the land What you behold. Sentinel I see the deep-ploughed furrows of the main Bristling with harvest; funnel,...Rate it:

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A Little Bit of Garden
William Henry Ogilvie
We need no crown or sceptre, for now that it is spring, just a little bit of garden- and every man's a king! A little breadth of border, a little ...Rate it:

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