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As I lay With Head In Your Lap, Camerado
Walt Whitman
AS I lay with my head in your lap, Camerado, The confession I made I resume--what I said to you in the open air I resume: I know...Rate it:

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An Elegy on a Lap-dog
John Gay
1 Shock's fate I mourn; poor Shock is now no more, 2 Ye Muses mourn, ye chamber-maids deplore. 3 Unhappy Shock! yet more unhappy fair, ...Rate it:

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I like to see it lap the miles,
Emily Dickinson
I like to see it lap the miles, And lick the valleys up, And stop to feed itself at tanks; And then, prodigious, step Around a pile of mountains, ...Rate it:

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O great golden head lie in my lap'
Lesbia Harford
O great golden head lie in my lap, Sweet, sweet, lie there. Sleep and I'll watch thee lest evil behap. Sweet, sweet and fair. O great golden he...Rate it:

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Upon My Lap My Sovereign Sits
Martin Peerson
Upon my lap my sovereign sits And sucks upon my breast; Meantime his love maintains my life And gives my sense her rest. Sing lullaby, my little...Rate it:

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The Last Lap
Rudyard Kipling
How do we know, by the bank-high river, Where the mired and sulky oxen wait, And it looks as though we might wait for ever, How do we know that the...Rate it:

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How we drove the Trotter
William Thomas Goodge
Oh, he was a handsome trotter, and he couldn't be completer, He had such a splendid action and he trotted to this metre, Such a pace and such a cou...Rate it:

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Henry Kendall
SINGER of songs of the hills— Dreamer, by waters unstirred, Back in a valley of rills, Home of the leaf and the bird!— Read in this fall of the yea...Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 02 - part 07
Torquato Tasso
LXXXVI "But if our sins us of his help deprive, Of his high justice let no mercy fall; Yet should our deaths us some contentment give, To die, wher...Rate it:

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The Barber's Story
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Mornin',' I sez to 'im, Gloomy, 'e seemed to be. Glum an' unsociable. Comes in the shop 'Mornin',' I sez to 'im. 'E don't say anythin'. 'You're n...Rate it:

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Rivera Honeymoon
Robert William Service
Beneath the trees I lounged at ease And watched them speed the pace; They swerved and swung, they clutched and clung, They leapt in roaring chase; ...Rate it:

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The Hound of Heaven
Francis Thompson
I fled Him down the nights and down the days I fled Him down the arches of the years I fled Him down the labyrinthine ways Of my own mind, and in t...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 02: 02: The Fulfilled Dream
Conrad Potter Aiken
More towers must yet be built—more towers destroyed— Great rocks hoisted in air; And he must seek his bread in high pale sunlight With gulls about ...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 03: 12: Witches' Sabbath
Conrad Potter Aiken
Now, when the moon slid under the cloud And the cold clear dark of starlight fell, He heard in his blood the well-known bell Tolling slowly in heav...Rate it:

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The Huntsman's Horse
William Henry Ogilvie
The galloping seasons have slackened his pace, And stone wall and timber have battered his knees It is many a year since he gave up his place To...Rate it:

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The Midnight Axe
James Brunton Stephens
I. The red day sank as the Sergeant rode Through the woods grown dim and brown, One farewell flush on his carbine glowed, And the veil of the dusk ...Rate it:

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The Open Steeplechase
Andrew Barton Paterson
I had ridden over hurdles up the country once or twice, By the side of Snowy River with a horse they called 'The Ace'. And we brought him down to S...Rate it:

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An Hymne In Honour Of Love
Edmund Spenser
Love, that long since hast to thy mighty powre Perforce subdude my poor captived hart, And raging now therein with restlesse stowre, Doest tyranniz...Rate it:

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Breaking The Day In Two
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
When from dawn till noon seems one long day, And from noon till night another, Oh, then should a little boy come from play, And creep into the arms...Rate it:

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Padraic Colum
THEN, suddenly, I was aware indeed Of what he said, and was revolving it: How, in the night, crows often take to wing, Rising from off the tree-top...Rate it:

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Father And Mother
Nikhil Parekh
He celestially slept in her Godly lap for marathon hours; when the brilliantly flamboyant Sun peaked full throttle in the sky, While to be hoisted...Rate it:

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Robert Burns
Upon that night, when fairies light On Cassilis Downans dance, Or owre the lays, in splendid blaze, On sprightly coursers prance; Or for Colean...Rate it:

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Son Davie! Son Davie!
Andrew Lang
'What bluid's that on thy coat lap? Son Davie! Son Davie! What bluid's that on thy coat lap? And the truth come tell to me, O.' 'It is the bluid o...Rate it:

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Sonnet 59: Dear, Why Make You More
Sir Philip Sidney
Dear, why make you more of a dog than me? If he do love, I burn, I burn in love; If he wait well, I never thence would move; If he be fair, yet ...Rate it:

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The Brus Book II
John Barbour
[Bruce escapes to Lochmaben] The Bruys went till his innys swyth, Bot wyt ye weile he wes full blyth That he had gottyn that respyt. He callit...Rate it:

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