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A Summer Ramble
William Cullen Bryant
The quiet August noon has come, A slumberous silence fills the sky, The fields are still, the woods are dumb, In glassy sleep the waters lie. And ...Rate it:

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At Day-Close In November
Thomas Hardy
The ten hours' light is abating, And a late bird flies across, Where the pines, like waltzers waiting, Give their black heads a toss. Beech leaves...Rate it:

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A Letter From Italy
Alfred Austin
I Lately, when we wished good-bye Underneath a gloomy sky, ``Bear,'' you said, ``my love in mind, Leaving me not quite behind; And across the mount...Rate it:

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A Letter Written For My Son To A Young Gentleman
Mary Barber
Dear Jack, whilst you thro' Flanders roam, Can you forget your Friends at Home? Say, will your Tutors give you Time To write to Hereticks in Rhyme?...Rate it:

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Admonition
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
WHEREFORE ever ramble on? For the Good is lying near, Fortune learn to seize alone, For that Fortune's ever here. Rate it:

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America for Me
Henry Van Dyke
'Tis fine to see the Old World and travel up and down Among the famous palaces and cities of renown, To admire the crumblyh castles and the statu...Rate it:

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An American in Europe
Henry Van Dyke
'Tis fine to see the Old World, and travel up and down Among the famous palaces and cities of renown, To admire the crumbly castles and the statue...Rate it:

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An Indian Mother About to Destroy Her Child
James Montgomery
when the work was done, To hunt, to fish, to ramble on the hills, Till all was peace again within tRate it:

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Annie Protheroe. A Legend of Stratford-le-Bow
William Schwenck Gilbert
OH! listen to the tale of little ANNIE PROTHEROE. She kept a small post-office in the neighbourhood of BOW; She loved a skilled mechanic, who was f...Rate it:

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Beautiful Crief
William Topaz McGonagall
Ye lovers of the picturesque, if ye wish to drown your grief, Take my advice, and visit the ancient town of Crieff; The climate is bracing, and the...Rate it:

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Blackbird Piping
Liam Ó Comáin
(To the memory of the Irish poet- Francis Ledwidge) When I drive through Slane I think of you,Francis, Who died in France on the 31st of July in 1...Rate it:

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Bowles And Campbell
George Gordon Lord Byron
To the tune of 'Why, how now, saucy jade?' Why, how now, saucy Tom? If you thus must ramble, I will publish some Remarks on Mister Campbell. ANS...Rate it:

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Broughty Ferry
William Topaz McGonagall
Ancient Castle of Broughty Ferry With walls as strong as Londonderry; Near by the sea-shore, Where oft is heard and has been heard the cannon's roa...Rate it:

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By A Person Of Quality.
Mary Barber
Remote from Strife, from urban Throngs, and Noise. Here dwells my Soul amidst domestic Joys: No ratling Coaches serious Thoughts annoy; Nor busy pr...Rate it:

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Catharina
William Cowper
She came--she is gone--we have met-- And meet perhaps never again; The sun of that moment is set, And seems to have risen in vain. Catharina has fl...Rate it:

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Dead!
Alfred Austin
Hush! or you'll wake her. Softly tread! She slumbers in her little bed. What do I see? A coffin! Dead? Yes, dead at break of morning. No, no, it c...Rate it:

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Decay
John Clare
O Poesy is on the wane, For Fancy's visions all unfitting; I hardly know her face again, Nature herself seems on the flitting. The fields grow old ...Rate it:

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Duellum (The Duel)
Charles Baudelaire
Deux guerriers ont couru l'un sur l'autre, leurs armes Ont éclaboussé l'air de lueurs et de sang. Ces jeux, ces cliquetis du fer sont les vacarmes ...Rate it:

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Elegy XXV. To Delia, With Some Flowers
William Shenstone
Whate'er could Sculpture's curious art employ, Whate'er the lavish hand of Wealth can shower, These would I give-and every gift enjoy, That pleased...Rate it:

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Epistle To My Brother George
John Keats
Full many a dreary hour have I past, My brain bewildered, and my mind o'ercast With heaviness; in seasons when I've thought No spherey strains by m...Rate it:

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Marmion: Introduction to Canto III.
Sir Walter Scott
honoured guide and practised road: Nor ramble on through brake and maze, With harpers rude, of barbRate it:

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Nora, the Maid of Killarney
William Topaz McGonagall
Down by the beautiful Lakes of Killarney, Off times I have met my own dear Barney, In the sweet summer time of the year, In the silvery moonlight s...Rate it:

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Oh, Mr. President
Kurt Philip Behm
Oh, Mr. President your agenda has failed Oh, Mr. President the unfortunate wail Oh, Mr. President your tongue has been forked Oh, Mr. Pres...Rate it:

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Oh, Mr. President
Kurt Philip Behm
Oh, Mr. President Oh, Mr. President your agenda has failed Oh, Mr. President the unfortunate wail Oh, Mr. President your tongue has been f...Rate it:

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Only For Show
Kurt Philip Behm
folly to them As their dilettante pleadings, ramble on and pretend Their self psycho-analysis, Rate it:

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