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A Chanted Calendar
Sydney Thompson Dobell
FIRST came the primrose, On the bank high, Like a maiden looking forth From the window of a tower When the battle rolls below, So look'd she, And s...Rate it:

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Uncle Mart's Poem
James Whitcomb Riley
THE OLD SNOW-MAN Ho! the old Snow-Man That Noey Bixler made! He looked as fierce and sassy As a soldier on parade!-- 'Cause Noey, when he made him...Rate it:

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The Scapegoat
Andrew Barton Paterson
We have all of us read how the Israelites fled From Egypt with Pharaoh in eager pursuit of 'em, And Pharaoh's fierce troop were all put "in the s...Rate it:

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The Bayadere. An Indian Tale (1)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
THERE were seventy pillars around the hall, Of wreathed gold was each capital, And the roof was fretted with amber and gems, Such as light kingly d...Rate it:

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The Creation
James Weldon Johnson
And God stepped out on space, And he looked around and said: I'm lonely-- I'll make me a world. And far as the eye of God could see Darkness cover...Rate it:

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Argument
James Macpherson
Fingal when very young, making a voyage to the Orkney Islands, was driven by stress of weather into a bay of Scandinavia, near the residence of Sta...Rate it:

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Cathloda — Duan II
James Macpherson
Fingal, returning with day, devolves the command on Duth-maruno, who engages the enemy, and drives them over the stream of Turthor. Having recalled...Rate it:

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Cathloda — Duan III
James Macpherson
Ossian, after some general reflections, describes the situation of Fingal, and the position of the army of Lochlin. — The conversation of Starno an...Rate it:

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Joshua
Charles Harpur
When Joshua in the days of old Stood forth upon old Jordan’s bank, And past the flood that backward rolled His host came dr...Rate it:

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Temora - Book II
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. This book opens, we may suppose, about midnight, with a soliloquy of Ossian, who had retired from the rest of the army, to mourn for hi...Rate it:

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Temora - Book VII
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. This book begins about the middle of the third night from the opening of the poem. The poet describes a kind of mist, which rose by nig...Rate it:

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The Birth Of The Rail
Ambrose Bierce
DRAMATIS PERSONAE LELAND, THE KID _a Road Agent_ COWBOY CHARLEY _Same Line of Business_ HAPPY HUNTY _Ditto in All Respects_ SOOTYMUG _a Devil_ _S...Rate it:

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The Cellar Door
John Clare
By the old tavern door on the causey there lay A hogshead of stingo just rolled from a dray, And there stood the blacksmith awaiting a drop As dry ...Rate it:

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The Dream of Man
William Watson
To the eye and the ear of the Dreamer This Dream out of darkness flew, Through the horn or the ivory portal, But he wist not which of the two. It ...Rate it:

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Days
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Daughters of Time, the hypocritic Days, Muffled and dumb like barefoot dervishes, And marching single in an endless file, Bring diadems and fagots ...Rate it:

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In A Castle
Amy Lowell
I Over the yawning chimney hangs the fog. Drip -- hiss -- drip -- hiss -- fall the raindrops on the oaken log which burns, and steams, and smokes ...Rate it:

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A Lover's Complaint
William Shakespeare
FROM off a hill whose concave womb reworded A plaintful story from a sistering vale, My spirits to attend this double voice accorded, ...Rate it:

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Cupid Sleeping
Mary Darby Robinson
[Inscribed to Her Grace the Duchess of Devonshire.] CLOSE in a woodbine's tangled shade, The BLOOMING GOD asleep was laid; His brows with mossy ...Rate it:

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Dance Of The Seasons
Harriet Monroe
I—Spring Allegro Wake ! wake ! Out of the snow and the mist, In rain-wet wind-blown gauze Of amber and amethyst, Cometh Spring like a girl. T...Rate it:

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Horace, Book I. Ode XXXVIII. (2)
William Cowper
Boy! I detest all Persian fopperies, Fillet-bound garlands are to me disgusting; Task not thyself with any search, I charge thee, Where latest rose...Rate it:

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Lear
Thomas Hood
A poor old king, with sorrow for my crown, Throned upon straw, and mantled with the wind— For pity, my own tears have made me blind That I might...Rate it:

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Mithridates
Ralph Waldo Emerson
I cannot spare water or wine, Tobacco-leaf, or poppy, or rose; From the earth-poles to the Line, All between that works or grows, Every thing is ki...Rate it:

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Ode to Captain Paery
Thomas Hood
'By the North Pole, I do challenge thee!' From 'Love's Labour's Lost.' I Paery, my man! has thy brave leg Yet struck its foot against the peg ...Rate it:

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Ode to Health
Mary Darby Robinson
Come, bright-eyed maid, Pure offspring of the tranquil mind, Haste, my fev'rish temples bind With olive wreaths of em'rald hue Steep'd in morn's e...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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