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Many a phrase has the English language
Emily Dickinson
Many a phrase has the English language— I have heard but one— Low as the laughter of the Cricket, Loud, as the Thunder's Tongue— Murmuring, like o...Rate it:

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Go, Little Book - The Ancient Phrase
Robert Louis Stevenson
GO, little book - the ancient phrase And still the daintiest - go your ways, My Otto, over sea and land, Till you shall come to Nelly's hand. How ...Rate it:

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I found the phrase to every thought
Emily Dickinson
I found the phrase to every thought I ever had, but one; And that defies me,--as a hand Did try to chalk the sun To races nurtured in the dark;-- ...Rate it:

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The barren music of a word or phrase,
Christopher Morley
THE barren music of a word or phrase, The futile arts of syllable and stress, He sought. The poetry of common days He did not guess. The simple...Rate it:

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Introit : VIII. The Golden Joy
Thomas MacDonagh
What has the poet but a glorious phrase And the heart's wisdom? -- Oh, a Joy of gold! A Joy to mint and squander on the Kind,-- Pure gold coined cu...Rate it:

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Guess
Eugene Field
There is a certain Yankee phrase I always have revered, Yet, somehow, in these modern days, It's almost disappeared; It was the usage years ago, Bu...Rate it:

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A Gas Butterfly
Innokenty Fedorovich Annensky
Tell me what's happening to me? Why is my heart beating so fervently? why has this madness, like a wave, Broken through the rock of habit? Is ...Rate it:

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Abram Morrison
John Greenleaf Whittier
'Midst the men and things which will Haunt an old man's memory still, Drollest, quaintest of them all, With a boy's laugh I recall Good old Abram M...Rate it:

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Departure
Coventry Patmore
It was not like your great and gracious ways! Do you, that have naught other to lament, Never, my Love, repent Of how, that July afternoon, You...Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Ninth
George Gordon Lord Byron
Oh, Wellington! (or 'Villainton'--for Fame Sounds the heroic syllables both ways; France could not even conquer your great name, But punn'd it down...Rate it:

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The Files
Rudyard Kipling
Files The Files - Office Files ! Oblige me by referring to the Files. Every question man can raise, Every phrase of every phrase Of that question ...Rate it:

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Uncle Jim's Baptist Revival Hymn
Sidney Lanier
By Sidney and Clifford Lanier. [Not long ago a certain Georgia cotton-planter, driven to desperation by awaking each morning to find that the gras...Rate it:

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Under Ben Bulben
William Butler Yeats
I SWEAR by what the sages spoke Round the Mareotic Lake That the Witch of Atlas knew, Spoke and set the cocks a-crow. Swear by those horsemen, by...Rate it:

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A Poor Scholar Of The 'Forties
Padraic Colum
MY eyelids red and heavy arc With bending o'er the smold'ring peat. I know the Aeneid now by heart, My Virgil read in cold and heat, In loneliness ...Rate it:

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Art and Heart
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Though critics may bow to art, and I am its own true lover, It is not art, but heart, which wins the wide world over. Though smooth be the heartles...Rate it:

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Chest Without A Name
Kurt Philip Behm
I keep my verse in a chest of drawers each one so very different Some words for summer, some for winter and some then most intemperate I kee...Rate it:

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Freedom Of Speech
Trim
This contradictive freedom is often breached, through disagreements found in free speech. Offence is not universal but subjective, variations preve...Rate it:

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Our Master
John Greenleaf Whittier
Immortal Love, forever full, Forever flowing free, Forever shared, forever whole, A never-ebbing sea! Our outward lips confess the name All other ...Rate it:

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The Young Letter Writer
Charles Lamb
Dear Sir, Dear Madam, or Dear Friend, With ease are written at the top; When those two happy words are penned, A youthful writer oft will stop, An...Rate it:

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The White Cliffs
Alice Duer Miller
I I have loved England, dearly and deeply, Since that first morning, shining and pure, The white cliffs of Dover I saw rising steeply Out of th...Rate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
May the Babylonish curse Straight confound my stammering verse, If I can a passage see In this word-perplexity, Or a fit expression find, Or a lang...Rate it:

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Anniversary Poem
John Greenleaf Whittier
ONCE, more, dear friends, you meet beneath A clouded sky: Not yet the sword has found its sheath, And on the sweet spring airs the breath Of war fl...Rate it:

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Variations on 'The short night--'
Yosa Buson
Below are eleven Buson haiku beginning with the phrase 'The short night--' The short night-- on the hairy caterpillar beads of dew. The short nig...Rate it:

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A Curse For A Nation
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I heard an angel speak last night, And he said 'Write! Write a Nation's curse for me, And send it over the Western Sea.' I faltered, taking u...Rate it:

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A Perfect Sonnet
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Oh, for a perfect sonnet of all time! Wild music, heralding immortal hopes, Strikes the bold prelude. To it from each clime, Like tropic birds on s...Rate it:

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