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Since Bearing Of A Gentle Mind
Thomas Parnell
Since bearing of a Gentle mind Woud make you perfect be Dear Celia to your self be kind By being so to me Hast to be happy while you can Time flys ...Rate it:

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The Rush-Bearing At Ambleside
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
SUMMER is come, with her leaves and her flowers— Summer is come, with the sun on her hours; The lark in the clouds, and the thrush on the bough, A...Rate it:

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The Chant Of The Cross-Bearing Child
James Whitcomb Riley
I bear dis cross dis many a mile. O de cross-bearin' chile-- De cross-bearin' chile! I bear dis cross 'long many a road Wha' de pink ain't bloom' ...Rate it:

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The Sea-Swallows
Algernon Charles Swinburne
THIS FELL when Christmas lights were done, Red rose leaves will never make wine; But before the Easter lights begun; The ways are sair fra’ the Til...Rate it:

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Reflections Of A Magistrand
Robert Fuller Murray
on returning to St. Andrews In the hard familiar horse-box I am sitting once again; Creeping back to old St. Andrews comes the slow North British ...Rate it:

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II. The Quest Of Silence
Christopher John Brennan
Secreta Silvarum: Prelude Oh yon, when Holda leaves her hill of winter, on the quest of June, black oaks with emerald lamplets thrill that fli...Rate it:

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The Haunted House
Thomas Hood
Oh, very gloomy is the house of woe, Where tears are falling while the bell is knelling, With all the dark solemnities that show That D...Rate it:

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Captured & Slain
Kurt Philip Behm
Where have all the Poets gone, has time then captured and slain Those heraldic writers of messaged truth —whose shields once bore their names ...Rate it:

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Napoleon
George Meredith
I Cannon his name, Cannon his voice, he came. Who heard of him heard shaken hills, An earth at quake, to quiet stamped; Who looked on him beheld t...Rate it:

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Shakespeare's Kingdom
Alfred Noyes
When Shakespeare came to London He met no shouting throngs; He carried in his knapsack A scroll of quiet songs. No proud heraldic trumpet Acclaime...Rate it:

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Sonnet LXXII. To The Morning Star
Charlotte Smith
THEE! lucid arbiter 'twixt day and night, The seaman greets, as on the ocean stream Reflected, thy precursive friendly beam Points out the long-sou...Rate it:

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The Feast
Kurt Philip Behm
Thoughts carried to term, new words to instill A message is born, an infant of will Its father coarse logic, its mother the wind Togethe...Rate it:

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Type AB
Xiaoyuan Yin
Type AB By Xiaoyuan Yin All vicissitudes were actually within a (fortissimo) flick of a switch, where Landsteiner Had made a brief stop, where lan...Rate it:

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Variations of an Air
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Old King Cole Was a merry old soul And a merry old soul was he He called for his pipe and he called for his bowl and he called for his fiddlers t...Rate it:

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Sweethearts of the Year
Vachel Lindsay
Sweetheart Spring Our Sweetheart, Spring, came softly, Her gliding hands were fire, Her lilac breath upon our cheeks Consumed us with desire. ...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 04: 01: Clairvoyant
Conrad Potter Aiken
'This envelope you say has something in it Which once belonged to your dead son—or something He knew, was fond of? Something he remembers?— The...Rate it:

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The Siesta
William Cullen Bryant
FROM THE SPANISH. Vientecico murmurador, Que lo gozas y andas todo, &c. Airs, that wander and murmur round, Bearing delight where'er ye blow! Mak...Rate it:

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The Tree Of Love
Nikhil Parekh
The apple tree swayed frivolously in the air; bearing crimson crested fruit peeping out from its dense foliage, However as came freezing winter; i...Rate it:

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A Rhapsody
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
There is a God most surely in the heavens, Who smileth always, though His face be hid. And young Joy cometh as His messenger Upon the Earth, like t...Rate it:

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Canto 1
Ezra Pound
And then went down to the ship, Set keel to breakers, forth on the godly sea, and We set up mast and sail on that swart ship, Bore sheep aboard her...Rate it:

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Canto I
Ezra Pound
And then went down to the ship, Set keel to breakers, forth on the godly sea, and We set up mast and sail on tha swart ship, Bore sheep aboard her,...Rate it:

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Canto I: And Then Went Down to the Ship
Ezra Pound
And then went down to the ship, Set keel to breakers, forth on the godly sea, and We set up mast and sail on that swart ship, Bore sheep aboard her...Rate it:

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IN DURANCE
Ezra Pound
(1907) 1 am homesick after mine own kind, Oh I know that there are folk about me, friendly faces, But I am homesick after mine own kind. 'These se...Rate it:

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Lines to a Don
Hilaire Belloc
Remote and ineffectual Don That dared attack my Chesterton, With that poor weapon, half-impelled, Unlearnt, unsteady, hardly held, Unworthy for a t...Rate it:

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May seventeenth
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Wergeland's statue on May seventeenth Saw the procession. And as its rear-guard, Slow marching masses, Strong men, and women with flower-decked pre...Rate it:

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