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Lieutenant-Colonel Flare
William Schwenck Gilbert
The earth has armies plenty, And semi-warlike bands, I dare say there are twenty In European lands; But, oh! in no direction You'd find one to comp...Rate it:

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The Young Lieutenant
Edward George Dyson
The young lieutenant's face was grey. As came the day. The watchers saw it lifting white And ghostlike from the pool of night. His eyes were wi...Rate it:

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ER LOGOTENENTE (The Lieutenant)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
Come intese a ciarlà der cavalletto, Presto io curze dar zor Logotenente: "Mi' marito... Eccellenza... è un poveretto Pe carità... Ché nun ha ff...Rate it:

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To His Honour The Lieutenant-Governor, On The Death Of His Lady Marc 24, 1773
Phillis Wheatley
ALL-Conquering Death! by thy resistless pow'r, Hope's tow'ring plumage falls to rise no more! Of scenes terrestrial how the glories fly, Forget the...Rate it:

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Colonel Martin
William Butler Yeats
THE Colonel went out sailing, He spoke with Turk and Jew, With Christian and with Infidel, For all tongues he knew. 'O what's a wifeless man?' said...Rate it:

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The Lost Colonel
Ambrose Bierce
''Tis a woeful yarn,' said the sailor man bold Who had sailed the northern-lakes 'No woefuler one has ever been told Exceptin' them called 'fakes.'...Rate it:

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An Ode - Inscribed To The Memory Of The Hon. Colonel George Villiers
Matthew Prior
Say, dearest Villiers, poor departed friend, (Since fleeting life thus suddenly must end) Say, what did all thy busy hopes avail, That anxious tho...Rate it:

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O D E, To a Lady on the Death of Colonel R O S S in the action of Fontenoy
William Taylor Collins
1. W H I L E, lost to all his former Mirth, Britannia's Genius bends to Earth, And mourns the fatal Day: While stain's with Blood he strive...Rate it:

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The College Colonel
Herman Melville
He rides at their head; A crutch by his saddle just slants in view, One slung arm in splints, you see, Yet he guides his strong steed - how coldly ...Rate it:

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The Colonel's Soliloquy (Southampton Docks: October, 1899)
Thomas Hardy
"The quay recedes. Hurrah! Ahead we go! . . . It's true I've been accustomed now to home, And joints get rusty, and one's limbs may grow More...Rate it:

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The Colonel's Solilquy.
Thomas Hardy
"The quay recedes. Hurrah! Ahead we go! . . . It's true I've been accustomed now to home, And joints get rusty, and one's limbs may grow More ...Rate it:

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To 'Colonel' Dan. Burns
Ambrose Bierce
They say, my lord, that you're a Warwick. Well, The title's an absurd one, I believe: You make no kings, you have no kings to sell, Though really '...Rate it:

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To His Deare Brother Colonel F. L. Immoderately Mourning My
Richard Lovelace
I. If teares could wash the ill away, A pearle for each wet bead I'd pay; But as dew'd corne the fuller growes, So water'd eyes but swell our woes....Rate it:

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To His Deare Brother Colonel F. L. Immoderately Mourning My Brothers Untimely Death At Carmarthen
Richard Lovelace
I. If teares could wash the ill away, A pearle for each wet bead I'd pay; But as dew'd corne the fuller growes, So water'd eyes but swell our woes....Rate it:

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Hongree and Mahry
William Schwenck Gilbert
The sun was setting in its wonted west, When HONGREE, Sub-Lieutenant of Chassoores, Met MAHRY DAUBIGNY, the Village Rose, Under the Wizard's Oak - ...Rate it:

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The Bumboat Woman's Story
William Schwenck Gilbert
I'm old, my dears, and shrivelled with age, and work, and grief, My eyes are gone, and my teeth have been drawn by Time, the Thief! For terrible si...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of East And West
Rudyard Kipling
Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet, Till Earth and Sky stand presently at God's great Judgment Seat; But ...Rate it:

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The Hero of Kalapore
William Topaz McGonagall
The 27th Regiment has mutinied at Kalapore; That was the substance of a telegram, which caused great uproar, At Sattara, on the evening of the 8th ...Rate it:

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Marksman Sam
Marriott Edgar
When Sam Small joined the regiment, 'E were no' but a raw recruit, And they marched 'im away one wint'ry day, 'Is musket course to shoot. They wok...Rate it:

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The Relief of Mafeking
William Topaz McGonagall
Success to Colonel Baden-Powell and his praises loudly sing, For being so brave in relieving Mafeking, With his gallant little band of eight hundre...Rate it:

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The First Grenadier of France
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in a certain regiment of French Grenadiers, A touching and beautiful custom was observed many years; Which was meant to commemorate the heroi...Rate it:

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The Battle of Alexandria
William Topaz McGonagall
It was on the 21st of March in the year of 1801, The British were at their posts every man; And their position was naturally very strong, And the w...Rate it:

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Hans Carvel
Matthew Prior
Hans Carvel, impotent and old, Married a lass of London mould. Handsome? Enough; extremely gay; Loved music, company, and play: High flights she ha...Rate it:

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The Cemetary Of Eylau
Victor Marie Hugo
This to my elder brothers, schoolboys gay, Was told by Uncle Louis on a day; He bid me play, with tender voice and bland, Thinking me still too you...Rate it:

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Execution, The : A Sporting Anecdote Hon. Mr. Sucklethumbkin's Story
Richard Harris Barham
My Lord Tomnoddy got up one day; It was half after two, He had nothing to do, So his Lordship rang for his cabriolet. Tiger Tim Was clean of ...Rate it:

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