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Casting Darkness Aside
Kurt Philip Behm
May words be courageous, with thoughts on fire This pen as my shield, to smite the ire The darker the cave, bigger demons to hide With tru...Rate it:

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George And The Chimney-Sweep
Ann Taylor
HIS petticoats now George cast off, For he ws four years old; His trousers were of nankeen stuff, With buttons bright as gold. 'May I, ' said G...Rate it:

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That Half-Crown Sweep
Andrew Barton Paterson
The run of Billabong-go-dry Is just beyond Lime Burner's Gap; Its waterhole and tank supply Is excellent -- upon the map. But lacking nature's ...Rate it:

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I Heard You, Solemn-sweep Pipes Of The Organ
Walt Whitman
I HEARD you, solemn-sweet pipes of the organ, as last Sunday morn I pass'd the church; Winds of autumn!--as I walk'd the woods at d...Rate it:

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I Did Know For Sure
Nikhil Parekh
I really didn't know as to why did I feel like profusely staring only at your majestically sparkling eyes; abominably brushing aside infinite other...Rate it:

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A New Damon And Pythias
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
CHARLES: So, brother, I am out and yu are in. Farewell, farewell, to all my splendor bright! Yet, just to know 'tis you, dear Agar Wynne, Tinges my...Rate it:

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La Fraisne
Ezra Pound
For I was a gaunt, grave councillor Being in all things wise, and very old, But I have put aside this folly and the cold That old age weareth for a...Rate it:

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Walt Whitman
O MATER! O fils! O brood continental! O flowers of the prairies! O space boundless! O hum of mighty products! O you teeming cities! O s...Rate it:

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Ernest Myers
I ON through the Libyan sand Rolls ever, mile on mile, League on long league, cleaving the rainless land, Fed by no friendly wave, the immemoria...Rate it:

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The Galley-Slave
Rudyard Kipling
Oh gallant was our galley from her caren steering-wheel To her figurehead of silver and her beak of hammered steel; The leg-bar chafed the ankle an...Rate it:

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The Ports of the Open Sea
Henry Lawson
Down here where the ships loom large in The gloom when the sea-storms veer, Down here on the south-west margin Of the western hemisphere, Where the...Rate it:

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The Rising Of The Storm
Paul Laurence Dunbar
THE lake's dark breast Is all unrest, It heaves with a sob and a sigh. Like a tremulous bird, From its slumber stirred, The moon is a-tilt in the s...Rate it:

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The Legend of Mirth
Rudyard Kipling
The Four Archangels, so the legends tell, Raphael, Gabriel, Michael, Azrael, Being first of those to whom the Power was shown Stood first of all th...Rate it:

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Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Let there be many windows to your soul, That all the glory of the universe May beautify it. Not the narrow pane Of one poor creed can catch the ...Rate it:

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The Marshes of Glynn
Sidney Lanier
Glooms of the live-oaks, beautiful-braided and woven With intricate shades of the vines that myriad-cloven Clamber the forks of the multiform bou...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 E (Breaking Free)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
WHERE is the heart that has not bow'd A slave, eternal Love, to thee: Look on the cold, the gay, the proud, And is there one among them free? T...Rate it:

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New Chum and Old Monarch
James Brunton Stephens
“Chieftain, enter my verandah; Sit not in the blinding glare; Thou shalt have a refuge, and a Remnant of my household fare. “Ill becomes thy princ...Rate it:

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The Lonely God
James Stephens
So Eden was deserted, and at eve Into the quiet place God came to grieve. His face was sad, His hands hung slackly down Along his robe; too sorr...Rate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 9
Joel Barlow
Now, round the yielding canopy of shade, Again the Guide his heavenly power display'd. Sudden, the stars their trembling fires withdrew, Returning ...Rate it:

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Out of sight? What of that?
Emily Dickinson
Out of sight? What of that? See the Bird—reach it! Curve by Curve—Sweep by Sweep— Round the Steep Air— Danger! What is that to Her? Better 'tis to ...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of The "Clampherdown"
Rudyard Kipling
It was our war-ship ~Clampherdown~ Would sweep the Channel clean, Wherefore she kept her hatches close When the merry Channel chops arose, To sav...Rate it:

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Charlotte Brontë
A Short Poem or Else Not Say I True pleasure breathes not city air, Nor in Art's temples dwells, In palaces and towers where The voice of Grand...Rate it:

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Andrew Jones
William Wordsworth
I hate that Andrew Jones; he'll breed His children up to waste and pillage. I wish the press-gang or the drum With its tantara sound would come,...Rate it:

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Gerard Manley Hopkins
a. Not of all my eyes see, wandering on the world, Is anything a milk to the mind so, so sighs deep Poetry to it, as a tree whose boughs break i...Rate it:

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Barb-Wire Bill
Robert William Service
At dawn of day the white land lay all gruesome-like and grim, When Bill Mc'Gee he says to me: "We've got to do it, Jim. We've got to make Fort Liar...Rate it:

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