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Dark Glasses
Robert William Service
Sweet maiden, why disguise The beauty of your eyes With glasses black? Although I'm well aware That you are more than fair, All...Rate it:

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The Two Glasses
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
There sat two glasses, filled to the brim, On a rich man's table, rim to rim. One was ruddy and red as blood, And one was clear as the crystal f...Rate it:

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To Mr. Addison on His Opera of Rosamond
Thomas Tickell
______ Ne fortè pudori Sit tibi Musa lyræ solers, & cantor Apollo. The Opera first Italian masters taught, Enrich'd with songs, but innocent of ...Rate it:

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At the Opera
Victor James Daley
THE CURTAIN rose—the play began— The limelight on the gay garbs shone; Yet carelessly I gazed upon The painted players, maid and man, As o...Rate it:

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Extracts From An Opera
John Keats
O! were I one of the Olympian twelve, Their godships should pass this into law,-- That when a man doth set himself in toil After some beauty veiled...Rate it:

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On Moore's Last Operatic Farce, Or Farcical Opera
George Gordon Lord Byron
Good plays are scarce: So Moore writes farce. The poet's fame grows brittle-- We knew before That Little's Moore, But now 'tis Moore that's little....Rate it:

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Songs from The Beggar’s Opera: Air IV-Cotillion
John Gay
Act II, Scene iv, Air IV—Cotillion Youth’s the season made for joys, Love is then our duty: She alone...Rate it:

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Songs from The Beggar’s Opera: Air X-“Thomas, I Cannot'
John Gay
Polly. I like a ship in storms was tossed, Yet afraid to put into land, For seized in the port ...Rate it:

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Songs from The Beggar’s Opera: Air XVI-“Over the Hills, and Far Away”
John Gay
Mac. Were I laid on Greenland’s coast, And in my arms embraced my lass, Warm amidst eternal frost, Too s...Rate it:

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Songs from The Beggar’s Opera: Air XXVII-“Green Sleeves”
John Gay
Since laws were made, for every degree, To curb vice in others, as well as me, I wonder we han’t better company Upon Tyburn tree. But gold...Rate it:

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The Beggar's Opera (excerpts)
John Gay
Air I.An old woman clothed in gray, &c.1- Through all the employments of life - Each neighbour abuses his brother; - Whore and rogue they ...Rate it:

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To Muriel: at the Opera
Arthur Symons
Roses and rose-buds, red and white, Nestled between your breasts to-night, And, lying there with drowsy breath, Sweetly resigned themselves to deat...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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Sunlight on the Sea
Adam Lindsay Gordon
[The Philosophy of a Feast] Make merry, comrades, eat and drink (The sunlight flickers on the sea), The garlands gleam, the glasses clink, The gr...Rate it:

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The Empty Glass
Henry Lawson
THERE ARE three lank bards in a borrowed room— Ah! The number is one too few— They have deemed their home and the bars unfit For the thing that the...Rate it:

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Ode to W. Kitchener, M.D.
Thomas Hood
Author of The Cook's Oracle, Observations on Vocal Music, The Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Life, Practical Observations on Telescopes, Opera...Rate it:

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Here Is To The Women Who Hurt!
EMTSBA III
Here is to the women who hurt! How their pain never told though their stories ever sold, intuitively resistant and bold. Their very dignity dra...Rate it:

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Champagne, 1914-15
Alan Seeger
In the glad revels, in the happy fetes, When cheeks are flushed, and glasses gilt and pearled With the sweet wine of France that concentrates Th...Rate it:

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I Hate The High Society
Nikhil Parekh
High society was pompously spurious; blowing pricelessly precious moments of sacrosanct life; in wisps of obnoxiously sleazy cigar smoke, High s...Rate it:

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Ode To A Child
Mathilde Blind
BRIGHT as a morn of spring, That jubilates along the earth, With clouds, and winds, and flowers rejoicing, And all the creatures that on wing Scarc...Rate it:

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The Demon Of The Study
John Greenleaf Whittier
The Brownie sits in the Scotchman's room, And eats his meat and drinks his ale, And beats the maid with her unused broom, And the lazy lout with hi...Rate it:

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The Dinner-Party
Amy Lowell
Fish 'So . . .' they said, With their wine-glasses delicately poised, Mocking at the thing they cannot understand. 'So . . .' they said again, Amu...Rate it:

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Chanson du bol de punch
Victor Marie Hugo
Je suis la flamme bleue. J'habite la banlieue, Le vallon, le coteau ; Sous l'if et le mélèze, J'erre au Père-Lachaise, J'erre au Campo-Santo. ...Rate it:

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Saša Milivojev - DOOR
Saša Milivojev
At heaven’s door I watch through the keyhole All my friends Angels and devils Chasing me The opera has started But I heard no overture sounds Runni...Rate it:

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'The Old Leaven'
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Mark: So, Maurice, you sail to-morrow, you say? And you may or may not return? Be sociable, man! for once in a way, Unless you're too old to learn....Rate it:

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