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Conductor Bradley
John Greenleaf Whittier
A railway conductor who lost his life in an accident on a Connecticut railway, May 9, 1873. CONDUCTOR BRADLEY, (always may his name Be said with r...Rate it:

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The Federal Bus Conductor and the Old Lady
Andrew Barton Paterson
Now 'urry, Mrs New South Wales, and come along of us, We're all a-goin' ridin' in the Federation 'bus. A fam'ly party, don't you know -- yes, Que...Rate it:

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Grass
Carl Sandburg
Pile the bodies high at Austerlitz and Waterloo. Shovel them under and let me work--           I am the grass; I cover all. And pile them high at...Rate it:

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A Civic Holiday Trip
James McIntyre
Lines on a civic holiday trip on the Grand Trunk, to Toronto, August, 1882. Address to Mr. Hodge, conductor of Caledonian games at Ingersoll. From...Rate it:

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Band Concert
Carl Sandburg
Band concert public square Nebraska city. Flowing and circling dresses, summer-white dresses. Faces, flesh tints flung like sprays of cherry blosso...Rate it:

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Book Fourteenth [conclusion]
William Wordsworth
In one of those excursions (may they ne'er Fade from remembrance!) through the Northern tracts Of Cambria ranging with a youthful friend, I left Be...Rate it:

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End To End
Kurt Philip Behm
That first book That last book That next book That other book Beginning and ending in the middle —they all turn out the same The first book The...Rate it:

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Flower God, God Of The Spring
Robert Louis Stevenson
FLOWER god, god of the spring, beautiful, bountiful, Cold-dyed shield in the sky, lover of versicles, Here I wander in April Cold, grey-headed; and...Rate it:

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Man Eater At Large
Nikhil Parekh
The birds on the trees screeched hysterically; permeating the atmosphere with their shrill ringing, Cars on the streets swerved wildly; clashing h...Rate it:

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Mon Choual
William Henry Drummond
I'm poor man, me, but I buy las' May Wan horse on de Comp'nie Passengaire, An' auction feller w'at sole heem say She's out of de full-breed 'Messen...Rate it:

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Nothing and Something
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
It is nothing to me, the beauty said, With a careless toss of her pretty head; The man is weak if he can't refrain From the cup you say is fraught ...Rate it:

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Old Spense
Isabella Valancy Crawford
You've seen his place, I reckon, friend? 'Twas rather kind ov tryin'. The way he made the dollars fly, Such gimcrack things a-buyin'-- He spent a b...Rate it:

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Please Do Consult The Creator
Nikhil Parekh
For a faint idea about the road; the places it leads to; consult the rustic and aboriginal tourist guide, For a faint idea about the body; a fir...Rate it:

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Railway Station
Boris Pasternak
My dear railway station, my treasure Of meetings and partings, my friend In times of hard trials and pleasure, Your favours have been without en...Rate it:

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Snarleyow
Rudyard Kipling
This 'appened in a battle to a batt'ry of the corps Which is first among the women an' amazin' first in war; An' what the bloomin' battle was I don...Rate it:

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The Athenaid: Volume II: Book the Nineteenth
Richard Glover
The morning breaks; Nicanor sudden greets The gen'ral; welcome tidings in these words He utters loud: The citadel is won, The tyrant slaughter'd. W...Rate it:

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The Celestial Pilot. (From Dante. Purgatorio, II.)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
And now, behold! as at the approach of morning, Through the gross vapors, Mars grows fiery red Down in the west upon the ocean floor, Appeared to m...Rate it:

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The Moralist
Edward George Dyson
Three other soldier blokes 'n' me packed 'ome from foreign lands; Bit into each the God of Battles' everlastin' brands. They limped in time, 'n...Rate it:

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The Mother-Lodge
Rudyard Kipling
There was Rundle, Station Master, An' Beazeley of the Rail, An' 'Ackman, Commissariat, An' Donkin' o' the Jail; An' Blake, Conductor-Sargent, Ou...Rate it:

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The overture
Emily Pauline Johnson
October's orchestra plays softly on The northern forest with its thousand strings, And Autumn, the conductor wields anon The Golden-rod-- The ba...Rate it:

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The Tracks Will Switch
Kurt Philip Behm
This last ride almost over, the train coming to a stop The mighty engine slowing down, my ticket punched and clocked With words I left untend...Rate it:

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The Twelve-Forty-Five
Joyce Kilmer
(For Edward J. Wheeler) Within the Jersey City shed The engine coughs and shakes its head, The smoke, a plume of red and white, Waves madly in th...Rate it:

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To The Reverend Mr. Mabell, Of Cambridge
Mary Barber
Tho' great Longinus claims thy aiding Hand, And hopes, thro' thee, t'instruct a barb'rous Land, Where vile Conceits the Pow'r of Wit confound, And ...Rate it:

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Towns in Colour
Amy Lowell
I Red Slippers Red slippers in a shop-window, and outside in the street, flaws of grey, windy sleet! Behind the polished glass, the slippers han...Rate it:

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Yes
Kurt Philip Behm
Waiting for the final ticket out, I would write that ending word And bid goodbye to all I’d said both ignored—and often heard I asked the con...Rate it:

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