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Victor James Daley
Ah! that God once would touch my lips with song To pierce, as prayer doth heaven, earth’s breast of iron, So that with sweet mouth I might sing ...Rate it:

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O, Struck Beneath The Laurel
George Edward Woodberry
O, STRUCK beneath the laurel, where the singing fountains are, I saw from heaven falling the star of love afar; O, slain in Eden’s bower nigh the ...Rate it:

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On Receiving A Laurel Crown From Leigh Hunt
John Keats
MINUTES are flying swiftly, and as yet Nothing unearthly has enticed my brain Into a delphic Labyrinth I would fain Catch an unmortal thought to pa...Rate it:

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Sonnet. To A Young Lady Who Sent Me A Laurel Crown
John Keats
Fresh morning gusts have blown away all fear From my glad bosom, -- now from gloominess I mount for ever -- not an atom less Than the proud laurel ...Rate it:

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The False Laurel And The True
Percy Bysshe Shelley
'What art thou, Presumptuous, who profanest The wreath to mighty poets only due, Even whilst like a forgotten moon thou wanest? Touch not those lea...Rate it:

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To A Young Lady Who Sent Me A Laurel Crown
John Keats
Fresh morning gusts have blown away all fear From my glad bosom,—now from gloominess I mount for ever—not an atom less Than the proud laurel shall ...Rate it:

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Robert Herrick
My Muse in meads has spent her many hours Sitting, and sorting several sorts of flowers, To make for others garlands; and to set On many a head her...Rate it:

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The Great Oak Tree
William Schwenck Gilbert
There grew a little flower 'Neath a great oak tree: When the tempest 'gan to lower Little heeded she: No need had she to cower, For she dreaded not...Rate it:

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Oak and The Broom, The: A Pastoral Poem
William Wordsworth
I His simple truths did Andrew glean Beside the babbling rills; A careful student he had been Among the woods and hills. One winter's night, ...Rate it:

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The Oak And The Broom
William Wordsworth
A Pastoral I HIS simple truths did Andrew glean Beside the babbling rills; A careful student he had been Among the woods and hills. One winter's...Rate it:

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The Song of the Oak
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The Druids waved their golden knives And danced around the Oak When they had sacrificed a man; But though the learned...Rate it:

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To An Oak At Newstead
George Gordon Lord Byron
Young Oak! when I planted thee deep in the ground, I hoped that thy days would be longer than mine; That thy dark‑waving branches would flour...Rate it:

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Stanzas Written under an Oak in Windsor Forest
Mary Darby Robinson
"HERE POPE FIRST SUNG!" O, hallow'd Tree ! Such is the boast thy bark displays; Thy branches, like thy Patron's lays, Shall ever, ever, sacred be; ...Rate it:

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The Talking Oak
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Once more the gate behind me falls; Once more before my face I see the moulder'd Abbey-walls, That stand within the chace. Beyond ...Rate it:

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The Vine & Oak, A Fable
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
A vine from noblest lineage sprung And with the choicest clusters hung, In purple rob'd, reclining lay, And catch'd the noontide's fervid ray; The ...Rate it:

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The Wail in the Native Oak
Henry Kendall
Where the lone creek, chafing nightly in the cold and sad moonshine, Beats beneath the twisted fern-roots and the drenched and dripping vine; Where...Rate it:

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Vaunting Oak
John Crowe Ransom
He is a tower unleaning. But how he’ll break If Heaven assault him with full wind and sleet, And what uproar tall trees concumbent make! More t...Rate it:

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In The Oak
Katharine Lee Bates
THE leaves and tassels of the oak Were golden-green with May, Pavilion whence forever broke Some angel roundelay. A carol like a glory came From to...Rate it:

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As The Oak Lies In The Acorn
Liam Ó Comáin
As The Oak Lies In The Acorn * As the oak lies in the acorn so poetry comes from everyday life * Your compositions showed me That poetry lay in ...Rate it:

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I Saw In Louisiana A Live Oak Growing
Walt Whitman
I SAW in Louisiana a live-oak growing, All alone stood it, and the moss hung down from the branches; Without any companion it grew there,...Rate it:

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Lines On Captain Wogan. To An Oak Tree
Sir Walter Scott
To an Oak Tree, In the Churchyard of --, In the Highlands of Scotland, Said to Mark the Grave of Captain Wogan, Killed in 1649. Emblem of England'...Rate it:

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The Mouse That Gnawed The Oak-Tree Down
Vachel Lindsay
The mouse that gnawed the oak-tree down Began his task in early life. He kept so busy with his teeth He had no time to take a wife. He gnawed and ...Rate it:

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The Ship of Oak
Herbert Asquith
When the bow-waves race through the foam and aft are the boiling trails, What ship is that in the fading light with the press and the wind in her s...Rate it:

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Elliot's Oak
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Thou ancient oak! whose myriad leaves are loud With sounds of unintelligible speech, Sounds as of surges on a shingly beach, Or multitudinous murmu...Rate it:

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Oak Creek Canyon Echo
Kurt Philip Behm
I want to write dirty and convoluted, connected and wet And in the mess of my words Feel the stain run down Over the nice clean ordered objective,...Rate it:

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