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The Ballad Of The Proverbs
François Villon
So rough the goat will scratch, it cannot sleep. So often goes the pot to the well that it breaks. So long you heat iron, it will glow; so heavily ...Rate it:

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The Cobbler
La Fontaine
WE'RE told, that once a cobbler, BLASE by name; A wife had got, whose charms so high in fame; But as it happened, that their cash was spent, The ho...Rate it:

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The Four Ages of Man
Anne Bradstreet
1.1 Lo now! four other acts upon the stage, 1.2 Childhood, and Youth, the Manly, and Old-age. 1.3 The first: son unto Phlegm, grand-chi...Rate it:

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The Horrible History of Jones
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Jones had a dog; it had a chain; Not often worn, not causing pain; But, as the I.K.L. had passed Their 'Unleashed Cousins Act' at last, Inspector...Rate it:

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The Labyrinth
Henry King
Life is a crooked Labyrinth, and we Are daily lost in that Obliquity. 'Tis a perplexed circle, in whose round Nothing but sorrows and new sins a...Rate it:

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The Pro-Consuls
Rudyard Kipling
The overfaithful sword returns the user His heart's desire at price of his heart's blood. The clamour of the arrogant accuser Wastes that one hour ...Rate it:

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The Rape of the Lock: Canto 4
Alexander Pope
But anxious cares the pensive nymph oppress'd, And secret passions labour'd in her breast. Not youthful kings in battle seiz'd alive, ...Rate it:

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The Scots Apostasie
John Cleveland
Is't come to this? What shall the cheeks of fame Stretch'd with the breath of learned Loudon's name, Be flogg'd again? And that great piece of sens...Rate it:

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The Seer
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Somewhere or other, 'tis doubtful where, In the archives of Gosh is a volume rare, A precious old classic that nobody reads, And nobody asks for, a...Rate it:

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The Sentence Of John L. Brown
John Greenleaf Whittier
Ho! thou who seekest late and long A License from the Holy Book For brutal lust and fiendish wrong, Man of the Pulpit, look! Lift up those cold and...Rate it:

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The Thieves
Robert Graves
Lovers in the act despense With such meum-tuum sense As might warningly reveal What they must not pick or steal, And their nostrum is to say: 'I a...Rate it:

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The Tower of the Dream
Charles Harpur
Part I HOW wonderful are dreams! If they but be As some have said, the thin disjoining shades Of thoughts or feelings, long foregone or late, A...Rate it:

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Time Enough
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I know it is early morning, And hope is calling aloud, And your heart is afire with Youth’s desire To hurry along with the crowd. But linger a ...Rate it:

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To the Moon [Earlier Version]
Charles Harpur
WITH silent step behold her steal Over those envious clouds that hid Till now her face, then stand—a seal Of silver on heaven’s mighty lid! So roun...Rate it:

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To The Reader
John Bunyan
The title page will show, if there thou look, Who are the proper subjects of this book. They're boys and girls of all sorts and degrees, From thos...Rate it:

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To Think Of Time
Walt Whitman
To think of time--of all that retrospection! To think of to-day, and the ages continued henceforward! Have you guess'd you yourself woul...Rate it:

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Ulster
Rudyard Kipling
("Their webs shall not become garments, neither shall they cover themselves with their works: their works are works of inquity and the act of viole...Rate it:

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Veil, lord, mine eyes till she be past
George Wither
Veil, Lord, mine eyes till she be past, When Folly tempts my sight; Keep Thou my palate and my taste From gluttonous delight. Stop Thou mine ear fr...Rate it:

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Vice Versa
Ambrose Bierce
Down in the state of Maine, the story goes, A woman, to secure a lapsing pension, Married a soldier-though the good Lord knows That very common act...Rate it:

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Wide Lies Australia
Henry Lawson
Wide lies Australia! The seas that surround her Flow for her unity – all states in one. Never has Custom nor Tyranny bound her – Never was conqu...Rate it:

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With Great power
Nikhil Parekh
With great joy; comes the great spirit of uninhibited sharing, With great strength; comes the great virtue of fighting the treacherously evil, ...Rate it:

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Work or Reflection
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now, I always have preserved a certain attitude Quite definite in reference to Work ('Tis futility concealing That I have the Weary Feeling And te...Rate it:

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Written At Tunbridge—Wells, To The Right Honourable The Lady Barbara North
Mary Barber
Faint--Fair, and act a Play. In some few Hours we must repair, To act, like Thespis, in the Fair: And, as our Stage is of a Piece With that transm...Rate it:

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You Never Can Tell
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
You never can tell when you send a word, Like an arrow shot from a bow By an archer blind, be it cruel or kind, Just where it may chance to go....Rate it:

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Zapolya
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Song (Act II, Scene I, lines 65-80) A sunny shaft did I behold, From sky to earth it slanted : And poised therein a bird so bold-- Swee...Rate it:

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