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An Apology Written For My Son To The Reverend Mr. Sampson,
Mary Barber
With Joy your Summons we obey, And come to celebrate this Day. Yet I, alas! despair to please; For you require exalted Lays: And, let me write what...Rate it:

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Ode VII: To The Right Reverend Benjamin Lord Bishop Of Winchester
Mark Akenside
I. 1. For toils which patriots have endur'd, For treason quell'd and laws secur'd, In every nation Time displays The palm of honourable praise. Env...Rate it:

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The Burial of the Reverend Gilfillan
William Topaz McGonagall
On the Gilfillan burial day, In the Hill o' Balgay, It was a most solemn sight to see, Not fewer than thirty thousand people assembled in Dundee, A...Rate it:

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The Gardener XLIV: Reverend Sir, Forgive
Rabindranath Tagore
Reverend sir, forgive this pair of sinners. Spring winds to-day are blowing in wild eddies, driving dust and dead leaves away, and with them your...Rate it:

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The Reverend Dr. L---.
Mary Barber
In vain you shew a happy Nation, The Gospel's gracious Dispensation; And plead from thence, to bring up Youth To early Piety and Truth. To unattent...Rate it:

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The Reverend Micah Sowls
William Schwenck Gilbert
The REVEREND MICAH SOWLS, He shouts and yells and howls, He screams, he mouths, he bumps, He foams, he rants, he thumps. His armour he has buckled...Rate it:

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The Reverend Mullineux
Andrew Barton Paterson
I'd reckon his weight as eight-stun-eight, And his height as five-foot-two, With a face as plain as an eight-day clock And a walk as brisk as a ...Rate it:

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The Reverend Simon Magus
William Schwenck Gilbert
A rich advowson, highly prized, For private sale was advertised; And many a parson made a bid; The REVEREND SIMON MAGUS did. He sought the agent's...Rate it:

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To the Reverend George Coleridge, of Ottery St. Mary, Devon
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
A blessed lot hath he, who having past His youth and early manhood in the stir And turmoil of the world, retreats at length, With cares that move, ...Rate it:

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To The Reverend Mr. Mabell, Of Cambridge
Mary Barber
Tho' great Longinus claims thy aiding Hand, And hopes, thro' thee, t'instruct a barb'rous Land, Where vile Conceits the Pow'r of Wit confound, And ...Rate it:

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To The Reverend Patrick Murdoch, Rector Of Stradishall, In Suffolk
James Thomson
Thus safely low, my friend, thou canst not fall: Here reigns a deep tranquillity o'er all; No noise, no care, no vanity, no strife; Men, woods, and...Rate it:

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To The Reverend William Bull
William Cowper
My dear friend, If reading verse be your delight, 'Tis mine as much, or more, to write; But what we would, so weak is man, Lies oft remote from wh...Rate it:

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