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The Guitar Player
Sonia Walker
Greasy hair under his baseball cap, day-old stubble on his double chin, he picks away on his Gibson Guitar, eyes half-shut easing the guilt of leav...Rate it:

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I am not Just a Player
Animashaun Olanrewaju Sulaimon
I am not just a player but a tremendous achiever I become a knower of different species of life seeds I become a sower and grower of marvelous ...Rate it:

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The Master-Player
Paul Laurence Dunbar
AN old worn harp that had been played Till all its strings were loose and frayed, Joy, Hate and Fear, each one essayed, To play. But each in turn h...Rate it:

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The Tin-Whistle Player
Padraic Colum
'Tis long since, long since, since I heard A tin-whistle played, And heard the tunes, the ha'penny tunes That nobody made! The tunes that were bef...Rate it:

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Trumpet Player
Langston Hughes
The Negro With the trumpet at his lips Has dark moons of weariness Beneath his eyes where the smoldering memory of slave ships Blazed to the crack ...Rate it:

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A Song From "The Player Queen"
William Butler Yeats
MY mother dandled me and sang, "How young it is, how young!' And made a golden cradle That on a willow swung. "He went away,' my mother sang, "When...Rate it:

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The Dead Player: In Memory Of Dudley Digges
Padraic Colum
THE candles lighted and the figure prone Announce this to you: they are laid aside, The noble, whimsical and pathetic roles, Disanimated, not to be...Rate it:

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The Lute-Player
William Watson
She was a lady great and splendid, I was a minstrel in her halls. A warrior like a prince attended Stayed his steed by the castle walls. Far had h...Rate it:

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Upon The Skilfull Player Of An Instrument
John Bunyan
He that can play well on an instrument, Will take the ear, and captivate the mind With mirth or sadness; for that it is bent Thereto, as music in i...Rate it:

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The Free Selector
Andrew Barton Paterson
Ye sons of industry, to you I belong, And to you I would dedicate a verse or a song, Rejoicing o'er the victory John Robertson has won Now the Land...Rate it:

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Art and Heart
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Though critics may bow to art, and I am its own true lover, It is not art, but heart, which wins the wide world over. Though smooth be the heartles...Rate it:

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Chicago
Carl Sandburg
Hog Butcher for the World, Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat, Player with Railroads and the Nation's Freight Handler; Stormy, husky, brawling, City ...Rate it:

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A Song in Storm
Rudyard Kipling
1914-18 Be well assured that on our side The abiding oceans fight, Though headlong wind and heaping tide Make us their sport to-night. By force of...Rate it:

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An Invective Written By Mr. George Chapman Against Mr. Ben Jonson
George Chapman
Great, learned, witty Ben, be pleased to light The world with that three-forked fire; nor fright All us, thy sublearned, with luciferous boast That...Rate it:

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Dedicatory Poem: To George Sigerson, Poet And Scholar
Padraic Colum
Two men of art, they say, were with the sons Of Milé,—a poet and a harp player, When Milé, having taken Ireland, left The land to his sons’ rule; t...Rate it:

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In Bohemia
John Boyle O'Reilly
I'D rather live in Bohemia than in any other land; For only there are the values true, And the laurels gathered in all men's view. The prizes of...Rate it:

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L'Horloge (The Clock)
Charles Baudelaire
Horloge! dieu sinistre, effrayant, impassible, Dont le doigt nous menace et nous dit: «Souviens-toi! Les vibrantes Douleurs dans ton coeur plein d'...Rate it:

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The Ghost - Book IV
Charles Churchill
Coxcombs, who vainly make pretence To something of exalted sense 'Bove other men, and, gravely wise, Affect those pleasures to despise, Which, mere...Rate it:

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The Green Singer
John Shaw Neilson
ALL singers have shadows That follow like fears, But I know a singer Who never saw tears; A gay love—a green love— Deligh...Rate it:

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The Rosciad
Charles Churchill
Unknowing and unknown, the hardy Muse Boldly defies all mean and partial views; With honest freedom plays the critic's part, And praises, as she ce...Rate it:

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Beauty And The Beast
Charles Lamb
A Merchant, who by generous pains Prospered in honourable gains, Could boast, his wealth and fame to share, Three manly Sons, three Daughters fair;...Rate it:

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Homage To Sextus Propertius - II
Ezra Pound
I had been seen in the shade, recumbent on cushioned Helicon, The water dripping from Bellerophon's horse, Alba, your kings, and the realm your fol...Rate it:

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Linmouth
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
OH lone and lovely solitude, Washed by the sounding sea ! Nature was in a poet's mood, When she created thee. How pleasant in the hour of noon To ...Rate it:

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Manchester
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Go back a century on the town, That o’er yon crowded plain, With wealth its dower, and art its crown, Extends its proud domain. Upon th...Rate it:

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November
John Clare
The landscape sleeps in mist from morn till noon; And, if the sun looks through, 'tis with a face Beamless and pale and round, as if the moon, When...Rate it:

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