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Ballade Against The Jesuits
Andrew Lang
Rome does right well to censure all the vain Talk of Jansenius, and of them who preach That earthly joys are damnable! 'Tis plain We need not charg...Rate it:

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The Old Bark Hut
Andrew Barton Paterson
Oh, my name is Bob the Swagman, before you all I stand, And I've had many ups and downs while travelling through the land. I once was well-to-do, m...Rate it:

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The Stringy-Bark Tree
Henry Lawson
There's the whitebox and pine on the ridges afar, Where the iron-bark, blue-gum, and peppermint are; There is many another, but dearest to me, And ...Rate it:

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The Stringy-Bark Cockatoo
Andrew Barton Paterson
I'm a broken-hearted miner, who loves his cup to drain, Which often times has caused me to lie in frost and rain. Roaming about the country, lookin...Rate it:

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The Old Bark School
Henry Lawson
It was built of bark and poles, and the floor was full of holes Where each leak in rainy weather made a pool; And the walls were mostly cracks li...Rate it:

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The Magic Bark
Thomas Love Peacock
I O freedom! power of life and light! Sole nurse of truth and glory! Bright dweller on the rocky cliff! Lone wanderer on the sea! Where'er the...Rate it:

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Whether my bark went down at sea
Emily Dickinson
Whether my bark went down at sea— Whether she met with gales— Whether to isles enchanted She bent her docile sails— By what mystic mooring She is ...Rate it:

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The Man from Iron Bark
Andrew Barton Paterson
It was the man from Ironbark who struck the Sydney town, He wandered over street and park, he wandered up and down. He loitered here he loitered ...Rate it:

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The Captive Pirate
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
THE captive pirate sate alone, Musing over triumphs gone, Gazing on the clear blue sky From his dungeon window high. Dreamingly he sate, and though...Rate it:

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Corn and Catholics
Thomas Moore
"What! still those two infernal questions, That with our meals our slumbers mix -- That spoil our tempers and digestions -- Eternal Corn and Cathol...Rate it:

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Satire IV
John Donne
Well; I may now receive, and die. My sin Indeed is great, but yet I have been in A purgatory, such as fear'd hell is A recreation and scan...Rate it:

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The Columbiad: Book IV
Joel Barlow
The Argument Destruction of Peru foretold. Grief of Columbus. He is comforte the promise of a vision of future ages. All Europe appears in vision....Rate it:

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The Hind And The Panther, A Poem In Three Parts : Part II.
John Dryden
“Dame,” said the Panther, “times are mended well, Since late among the Philistines you fell. The toils were pitched, a spacious tract of ground ...Rate it:

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The Perpetual Present
Kurt Philip Behm
The reason you can change things for the better or worse is because they did not happen in the ‘past’ and will not happen in the ‘future—they happe...Rate it:

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The Will
John Donne
Before I sigh my last gasp, let me breathe, Great Love, some legacies ; I here bequeath Mine eyes to Argus, if mine eyes can see ; If they be bl...Rate it:

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Counting-Out Rhyme
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Silver bark of beech, and sallow Bark of yellow birch and yellow Twig of willow. Stripe of green in moosewood maple, Colour seen in leaf of ap...Rate it:

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Elegy Upon Tiger
Jonathan Swift
Her dead lady's joy and comfort, Who departed this life The last day of March, 1727: To the great joy of Bryan That his antagonist is gone. And is...Rate it:

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The Origin of the Sail
Amelia Opie
"Sweet maid! on whom my wishes rest, My morning thought, my midnight dream, O grant Lysander's fond request, And let those eyes with mercy beam! "...Rate it:

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My dog barks incessantly through the night
my dog barks incessantly through the night at ghouls and ghost only a dog's eye can sight for I swear when I look there's nothing to be seen he b...Rate it:

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Hiawatha's Sailing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"Give me of your bark, O Birch-tree! Of your yellow bark, O Birch-tree! Growing by the rushing river, Tall and stately in the valley! I a ligh...Rate it:

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A Death in the Bush
Henry Kendall
The hut was built of bark and shrunken slabs, That wore the marks of many rains, and showed Dry flaws wherein had crept and nestled rot. Moreover, ...Rate it:

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Eclogue The Second
Thomas Chatterton
SPRYTES of the bleste, the pious Nygelle sed, Poure owte yer pleasaunce onn mie fadres hedde. Rycharde of Lyons harte to fyghte is gon, Uponne the ...Rate it:

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He had his Dream
Paul Laurence Dunbar
He had his dream, and all through life, Worked up to it through toil and strife. Afloat fore'er before his eyes, It colored for him all his skies: ...Rate it:

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In Cabin'd Ships At Sea
Walt Whitman
IN cabin'd ships, at sea, The boundless blue on every side expanding, With whistling winds and music of the waves--the large imperious ...Rate it:

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Leaves Compared with Flowers
Robert Frost
A tree's leaves may be ever so good, So may its bar, so may its wood; But unless you put the right thing to its root It never will show much flower...Rate it:

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