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Noon—is the Hinge of Day
Emily Dickinson
Noon—is the Hinge of Day— Evening—the Tissue Door— Morning—the East compelling the sill Till all the World is ajar— Rate it:

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Christmas-Eve
Robert Browning
I. OUT of the little chapel I burst Into the fresh night air again. I had waited a good five minutes first In the doorway, to escape the rain That ...Rate it:

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A Different Route
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Say you have some great objective. Very well. Be calm, reflective; Make no vulgar show of vigor; 'tisn't good. Do not rush the thing directly; But ...Rate it:

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A Funeral Fantasie
Friedrich Schiller
Pale, at its ghastly noon, Pauses above the death-still wood--the moon; The night-sprite, sighing, through the dim air stirs; The clo...Rate it:

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A Thunderstorm
Archibald Lampman
A moment the wild swallows like a flight Of withered gust-caught leaves, serenely high, Toss in the windrack up the muttering sky. The leaves...Rate it:

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An Epistle To Joseph Hill, Esq.
William Cowper
Dear Joseph,-- five and twenty years ago-- Alas! how time escapes -- 'tis even so!-- With frequent intercourse and always sweet And always friendly...Rate it:

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Betty
Lola Ridge
You can see the sandhills from our new room. Butterflies live in the sandhills and lizards and centipedes. If you keep very still lizards will thin...Rate it:

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Evelyn Hope
Robert Browning
I. Beautiful Evelyn Hope is dead! Sit and watch by her side an hour. That is her book-shelf, this her bed; She plucked that piece of geranium-...Rate it:

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Hunters in the Snow
William Carlos Williams
The over-all picture is winter icy mountains in the background the return from the hunt it is toward evening from the left sturdy hunters lead in t...Rate it:

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Night
Clive Staples Lewis
After the fret and failure of this day, And weariness of thought, O Mother Night, Come with soft kiss to soothe our care away And all our little tu...Rate it:

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The Basset-Table : An Eclogue
Alexander Pope
Cardelia. Smilinda. Cardelia. The Basset-Table spread, the Tallier come; Why stays Smilinda in the Dressing-Room? Rise, pensive Nymph, the Talli...Rate it:

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The Deserted House
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Life and Thought have gone away Side by side, Leaving door and windows wide. Careless tenants they! All within is dark as night: In the windows is...Rate it:

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The Hunter In The Snow
William Carlos Williams
The over-all picture is winter icy mountains in the background the return from the hunt it is toward evening from the left sturdy hunters lead in t...Rate it:

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The Lady Of La Garaye - Part IV
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
SILENT old gateway! whose two columns stand Like simple monuments on either hand; No trellised iron-work, with pleasant view Of trim-set flowery...Rate it:

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The Missing All—prevented Me
Emily Dickinson
The Missing All—prevented Me From missing minor Things. If nothing larger than a World's Departure from a Hinge— Or Sun's extinction, be observed— ...Rate it:

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The Naulahka
Rudyard Kipling
There was a strife 'twixt man and maid-- Oh, that was at the birth of time! But what befell 'twixt man and maid, Oh, that's beyond the grip of r...Rate it:

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The Nine Little Goblins
James Whitcomb Riley
They all climbed up on a high board-fence-- Nine little Goblins, with green-glass eyes-- Nine little Goblins that had no sense, And couldn't tell c...Rate it:

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The Speeding Of The King's Spite
James Whitcomb Riley
A king--estranged from his loving Queen By a foolish royal whim-- Tired and sick of the dull routine Of matters surrounding him-- Issued a mandate ...Rate it:

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The Squire’s Pew
Jane Taylor
A SLANTING ray of evening light Shoots through the yellow pane ; It makes the faded crimson bright, And gilds the fringe again : The window's gothi...Rate it:

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The Towers of Time
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Under what withering leprous light The very grass as hair is grey, Grass in the cracks of the paven courts Of gods we graved but yesterday. Senate,...Rate it:

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