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Spear Thistle
John Clare
Where the broad sheepwalk bare and brown [Yields] scant grass pining after showers, And winds go fanning up and down The little strawy bents and no...Rate it:

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A Carrier Song
Francis Thompson
I. Since you have waned from us, Fairest of women! I am a darkened cage Song cannot hymn in. My songs have followed you, Like birds the summer; Ah...Rate it:

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Epitaph On John Adams, Of Southwell - A Carrier, Who Died Of Drunkenness
George Gordon Lord Byron
JOHN ADAMS lies here, of the parish of Southwell, A Carrier who carried his can to his mouth well: He carried so much, and he carried so fast, He c...Rate it:

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1819 New Year's Carrier's Address
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
Believe me, dear patrons, I have wand'red too far, Without any compass, or planet or star; My dear native village I scarcely can see So I'll hie to...Rate it:

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Brighten’s Sister-In-Law [or The Carrier's Story]
Henry Lawson
AT A POINT where the old road crosses The river, and turns to the right, I’d camped with the team; and the hosses Was all fixed up for the night. I...Rate it:

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Carrier Letter
Harold Hart Crane
My hands have not touched water since your hands, - No; - nor my lips freed laughter since 'farewell'. And with the day, distance again expands Bet...Rate it:

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On the University Carrier
John Milton
Who sickened in the time of his Vacancy, being forbid to go to London by reason of the Plague. Here lies old Hobson. Death hath broke his girt, A...Rate it:

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On The University Carrier Who Sickn'd In The Time Of His Vacancy, Being Forbid To Go To London, By Reason Of The Plague
John Milton
Here lies old Hobson, Death hath broke his girt, And here alas, hath laid him in the dirt, Or els the ways being foul, twenty to one, He's here stu...Rate it:

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Temora - Book I
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. Cairbar, the son of Borbar-duthul, lord of Atha, in Connaught, the most Potent chief of the race of the Fir-bolg, having murdered, at T...Rate it:

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George and the Dragon
Marriott Edgar
I'll tell you the tale of an old country pub As fancied itself up to date, It had the word " Garage" wrote on t' stable door And a petrol pump ou...Rate it:

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The Girls at Home
Henry Clay Work
When the daylight fades on the tented field, And the campfire cheerfully burns, Then the Soldier's thought, like a carrier dove, To his own love ho...Rate it:

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The Glug Quest
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Follow the river and cross the ford, Follow again to the wobbly bridge, Turn to the left at the notice board, Climbing the cow-track over the ridge...Rate it:

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Temora - Book VIII
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. The fourth morning from the opening of the poem comes on Fingal, still continuing in the place to which he had retired on the preceding...Rate it:

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Fingal - Book I
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. Cuthullin (general of the Irish tribes, in the minority of Cormac, king of Ireland) sitting alone beneath a tree, at the gate of Tura, ...Rate it:

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Gisli: The Chieftain
Isabella Valancy Crawford
To the Goddess Lada prayed Gisli, holding high his spear Bound with buds of spring, and laughed All his heart to Lada's ear. Damp his yellow beard...Rate it:

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Lathmon
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. Lathmon, a British prince, taking advantage of Fingal's absence on an expedition to Ireland, made a descent on Morven, and advanced wit...Rate it:

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The Death Of Carthullin
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. Cuthullin, after the arms of Fingal had expelled Swaran from Ireland, continued to manage the affairs of that kingdom as the guardian o...Rate it:

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Another On The Same
John Milton
Here lieth one who did most truly prove, That he could never die while he could move, So hung his destiny never to rot While he might still jogg on...Rate it:

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Contradictions
Rudyard Kipling
Longfellow The drowsy carrier sways To the drowsy horses' tramp. His axles winnow the sprays Of the hedge where the rabbit plays In the light of h...Rate it:

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Old Town Types No.2 - Red Matt
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
He gleaned all the gossip and he gathered all the news, Mad Matt, the carrier, delivering the grub; He knew the trooper's tattle and he knew the pa...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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The Braes of Yarrow
William Hamilton
‘BUSK ye, busk ye, my bonnie, bonnie bride! Busk ye, busk ye, my winsome marrow! Busk ye, busk ye, my bonnie, bonnie bride! And think na...Rate it:

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The Lady of the Lake: Canto 5 (excerpt)
Sir Walter Scott
"Have, then, thy wish!"--he whistled shrill, And he was answer'd from the hill; Wild as the scream of the curlew, From crag to crag the s...Rate it:

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The War Of Inis-Thona
James Macpherson
Reflections on the poet's youth. An apostrophe to Selma. Oscar obtains leave to go to Inis-thona, an island of Scandinavia. The mournful story of A...Rate it:

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A Lamentation
Algernon Charles Swinburne
I. WHO hath known the ways of time Or trodden behind his feet? There is no such man among men. For chance overcomes him, or crime Changes; for all ...Rate it:

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