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Sketch of Lord Byron's Life
Julia A Moore
"Lord Byron" was an Englishman A poet I believe, His first works in old England Was poorly received. Perhaps it was "Lord Byron's" fault And perhap...Rate it:

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Samuel Johnson
Not the soft sighs of vernal gales, The fragrance of the flowery vales, The murmurs of the crystal rill, The vocal grove, the verdant hill; Not all...Rate it:

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Tale V
George Crabbe
THE PATRON. A Borough-Bailiff, who to law was train'd, A wife and sons in decent state maintain'd, He had his way in life's rough ocean steer'd An...Rate it:

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The Call Of Liberty. May 1809
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
YE nations of Europe! arising to war, And scorning submission to tyranny's might Oh! follow the track of my bright blazing car, Diffusing a path-wa...Rate it:

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The Candidate
George Crabbe
Ye idler things, that soothed my hours of care, Where would ye wander, triflers, tell me where? As maids neglected, do ye fondly dote, On the tair ...Rate it:

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The Hasty Pudding
Joel Barlow
A POEM IN THREE CANTOS Canto I Ye Alps audacious, through the heavens that rise, To cramp the day and hide me from the skies; Ye Gallic flags, th...Rate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto VI.
Sir Walter Scott
I. O who, that shared them, ever shall forget The emotions of the spirit-rousing time, When breathless in the mart the couriers met, Early and late...Rate it:

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The Pastime of Pleasure : The First Part.
Stephen Hawes
Here begynneth the passe tyme of pleasure. Ryyght myghty prynce / & redoubted souerayne Saylynge forthe well / in the shyppe of grace Ouer the ...Rate it:

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The Winter’s Walk
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
MARK'D--as the hours should be, Fate bids us spend With one illustrious, or a cherish'd friend-- Rich in the value of that double claim, Since F...Rate it:

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To John Milton
John Clare
_'From his honoured friend, William Davenant'_ Poet of mighty power, I fain Would court the muse that honoured thee, And, like Elisha's spirit, ga...Rate it:

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To My Dear Friend Mr. Congreve On His Commedy Call'd The Double Dealer
John Dryden
Well then; the promis'd hour is come at last; The present age of wit obscures the past: Strong were our sires; and as they fought they writ, Conqu'...Rate it:

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To The Memory Of The Right Honourable Lord Talbot, Late Chancellor Of Great Britain. Addressed To His Son.
James Thomson
While with the public, you, my Lord, lament A friend and father lost; permit the muse, The muse assigned of old a double theme, To praise the dead...Rate it:

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Upon The Death Of, Mr. Addison; Inscrib'd To The Earl Of Warwick
Nicholas Amhurst
If yet, my Lord, your Sorrows find relief, And a short Pause succeeds your weighty Grief; With Candour this unwelcome Verse peruse, The last kind O...Rate it:

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Upon The Saying That My Verses Were Made By Another
Anne Killigrew
Next Heaven my Vows to thee (O Sacred Muse!) I offer'd up, nor didst thou them refuse. O Queen of Verse, said I, if thou'lt inspire, And warm my ...Rate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 6
Joel Barlow
Naval action of De Grasse and Graves. Capture of Cornwallis.. Thus view'd the sage. When, lo, in eastern skies, From glooms unfolding, Gallia's coa...Rate it:

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What Shall I Do For the Land that Bred Me
Gerard Manley Hopkins
What shall I do for the land that bred me, Her homes and fields that folded and fed me?— Be under her banner and live for her honour: Under her ...Rate it:

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Alan Parry-Booth
A GREAT WEEK-END By eight A.M last Saturday My gang was on the way For a week-end down in Cardiff To include St. David’s Day. The weather wasn’t ...Rate it:

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Deborrah Ann Stenberg
Authentic acknowledges each dedicated example. Boisterous is a good trait to have. Courage highlights all the struggles encountered. Devotion is a ...Rate it:

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The Battle of Omdurman
William Topaz McGonagall
Ye Sons of Great Britain! come join with me And King in praise of the gallant British Armie, That behaved right manfully in the Soudan, At the grea...Rate it:

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The Night Journey
Rupert Brooke
Hands and lit faces eddy to a line; The dazed last minutes click; the clamour dies. Beyond the great-swung arc o’ the roof, divine, Night, smoky-...Rate it:

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The Sprig of Moss
William Topaz McGonagall
There lived in Munich a poor, weakly youth, But for the exact date, I cannot vouch for the truth, And of seven of a family he was the elder, Who wa...Rate it:

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Intimations of mortality
If only for a moment I could see the world through younger eyes, To look upon my life with new born innocence. The innocence of a child. Stop the...Rate it:

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The Miraculous Escape of Robert Allan, the Fireman
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1858, and on October the fourteenth day, That a fire broke out in a warehouse, and for hours blazed away; And the warehouse, n...Rate it:

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A Friendly Game Of Football
Edward George Dyson
We were challenged by The Dingoes - they're the pride of Squatter's Gap- To a friendly game of football on the flat by Devil's Trap. And we went al...Rate it:

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A Clasp Of Hands
Algernon Charles Swinburne
SOFT, small, and sweet as sunniest flowers That bask in heavenly heat When bud by bud breaks, breathes, and cowers, Soft, small, and sw...Rate it:

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