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The Horrors of Majuba
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas after the great Majuba fight: And the next morning, at daylight, Captain Macbean's men were ordered to headquarters camp, So immediately Capt...Rate it:

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Ode On The Present Times, 27th January 1795
Amelia Opie
Lo! Winter drives his horrors round; Wide o'er the rugged soil they fly; In their cold spells each stream is bound, While at the magic of their eye...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act V
John Keats
all the unknown chambers of the dead, Such horrors Ludolph. Auranthe! what can he mean? What horrorRate it:

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A Pastoral Betwixt David, Thirsis, And The Angel Gabriel, Upon The Birth Of Our Saviour
James Thomson
joy my soul inspires; It soothes the native horrors of the night, And gladdens nature more than dRate it:

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A Year's Casualties
Ambrose Bierce
Father of Battles, pray give us release From the horrors of peace, the horrors of peace! Rate it:

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Ghasta Or, The Avenging Demon!!!
Percy Bysshe Shelley
you are, I feel impelled my tale to tell-- Horrors stranger shalt thou hear, Horrors drear as thoseRate it:

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Odysseus' Fate
Konstantin Nikolaevich Batiushkov
Through horrors of land and horrors of sea Bereft and wandering, Odysseus, God-fearing wretch, sought Ithaca; Unfaltering, he plunged into the glo...Rate it:

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Queen Mab: Part V.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
in crime and falsehood, aping all The wanton horrors of her bloody play; Yet frozen, unimpassioned,Rate it:

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Tasker Norcross
Edwin Arlington Robinson
averse To the slow tragedies of haunted men— Horrors, in fact, if you’ve a skilful eye To know tRate it:

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A Riddle Song
Walt Whitman
martyrdoms to it! How, justified by it, the horrors, evils, battles of the earth! 30 How tRate it:

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Shot at Dawn
Mark Nadin (The Deal Poet)
I couldn't go once more I had seen so many horrors and watched so many die There I stood with comrRate it:

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Anorexic Girl
Until till she finds the strength to lay the horrors of the past and scream, “I’m me! I’m runniRate it:

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Tiana Bradham
dimming glow of a woeful sun in fear of the new horrors to come. Under the lachrymose wails of the Rate it:

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Evil Eyes
them with their screams, of tortured dreams The horrors of mankind to blind the most kind. Sew my eRate it:

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There's Work To Be Done
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
teach them to think; We must paint in full horrors The breakers of drink; 'Dry the tears of the moRate it:

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The Apparition: A Retrospect
Herman Melville
many a year, But who can think without a fear Of horrors that happen so? Rate it:

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Ballade of a Special Edition
Amy Levy
there be loss on either side. His tale of horrors incomplete, Imagination's aid is tried. Since no Rate it:

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Come, Rest in this Bosom
Thomas Moore
of bliss, And thy Angel I'd be, 'mid the horrors of this, -- Through the furnace, unshrinking, thRate it:

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A Fancy
Sir Edward Dyer
my delight, In 'is' and 'shall' my woe; My horrors fastned in the 'yea,' My hope hangs in the 'noRate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book II
Edward Young
from their posture frown:- Such, in this day of horrors, shall be seen To face the thunders with a Rate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book III
Edward Young
souls, the gloomy realms of woe, And all the horrors of the world below, I next presume to sing. WhRate it:

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A Prayer { For Those Who Shall Return}
Katharine Tynan
fields where they were young. Grant no charnel horrors slip 'Twixt them and their child's soft faRate it:

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A Song Of Winter Weather
Robert William Service
because we lack grit We shrink from the horrors of war. We don't mind the battle a bit; In Rate it:

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A Storm in the Mountains
Charles Harpur
overhead the storm careers, Girt with black horrors and wide-flaming fears! Arriving thunders, muRate it:

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A Whispered Tale
Siegfried Sassoon
of the war, and find Sour jokes for all those horrors left behind. Rate it:

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