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Midnight
Robert Fuller Murray
The air is dark and fragrant With memories of a shower, And sanctified with stillness By this most holy hour. The leaves forget to whisper Of soft...Rate it:

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Mountaineer-Song
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
BLOW, mountain-breeze! all wild, like thee, Unfetter'd as thy wing, I rove; With airy step and spirit free, From snowy cliff, to shadowy grove! And...Rate it:

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On The Field Of Waterloo
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
So then, the name which travels side by side With English life from childhood—Waterloo— Means this. The sun is setting. “Their strife grew Till ...Rate it:

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Otho
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. Thou wert not, Cassius, and thou couldst not be, Last of the Romans, though thy memory claim From Brutus his own glory--and on thee Rests the fu...Rate it:

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O’erweening Statesmen Have Full Long Relied
William Wordsworth
O'ERWEENING Statesmen have full long relied On fleets and armies, and external wealth: But from 'within' proceeds a Nation's health; Which shall no...Rate it:

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Pentecost
James Montgomery
Lord God, the Holy Ghost, In this accepted hour, As on the day of Pentecost, Descend in all thy power. We meet with one accord Within this hallowed...Rate it:

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Proverbs
William Baylebridge
One continent, one creed, one skin - Our health and savour lie therein. From wars and heavy things this grace is won - They urge our pulse to uniso...Rate it:

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Queen Mab: Part IX.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
'O happy Earth, reality of Heaven! To which those restless souls that ceaselessly Throng through the human universe, aspire! Thou consummation of a...Rate it:

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Sonnets on the Discovery of Botany Bay by Captain Cook
Henry Kendall
The First Attempt to Reach the Shore Where is the painter who shall paint for you, My Austral brothers, with a pencil steeped In hues of Truth, th...Rate it:

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Spain
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Spain! You are the trustee of the Muslim blood: In my eyes you are sanctified like the Harem. Prints of prostration lie hidden in your dust, Silent...Rate it:

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Taking Title
Christopher Morley
TO make this little house my very own Could not be done by law alone. Though covenant and deed convey Absolute fee, as lawyers say, There are d...Rate it:

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The Artists
Friedrich Schiller
How gracefully, O man, with thy palm-bough, Upon the waning century standest thou, In proud and noble manhood's prime, With unlocked senses, with ...Rate it:

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The Author
Charles Churchill
Accursed the man, whom Fate ordains, in spite, And cruel parents teach, to read and write! What need of letters? wherefore should we spell? Why wri...Rate it:

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The Day Of Dead Soldiers
Emma Lazarus
WELCOME, thou gray and fragrant Sabbath-day, To deathless love and valor dedicate! Glorious with the richest flowers of May, With early roses, ling...Rate it:

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The Eagle and the Dove
William Wordsworth
SHADE of Caractacus, if spirits love The cause they fought for in their earthly home To see the Eagle ruffled by the Dove May soothe thy memory of ...Rate it:

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THE FUNERAL RITES OF THE ROSE
Robert Herrick
The Rose was sick, and smiling died; And, being to be sanctified, About the bed, there sighing stood The sweet and flowery sisterhood. Some hung th...Rate it:

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The Guardian Of The Red Disk
Emma Lazarus
Spoken by a Citizen of Malta-1300. A curious title held in high repute, One among many honors, thickly strewn On my lord Bishop's head, his grace ...Rate it:

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The Melbourne International Exhibition
Henry Kendall
I Brothers from far-away lands, Sons of the fathers of fame, Here are our hearts and our hands— This is our song of acclaim. Lords from magnificen...Rate it:

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The Memorial Pillar
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Hast thou thro' Eden's wild-wood vales, pursued Each mountain-scene, magnificently rude, Nor with attention's lifted eye, revered That modest st...Rate it:

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The Old Burying-Ground
John Greenleaf Whittier
Our vales are sweet with fern and rose, Our hills are maple-crowned; But not from them our fathers chose The village burying-ground. The dreariest...Rate it:

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The Rainbow
Leslie Coulson
Watch the white dawn gleam, To the thunder of hidden guns. I hear the hot shells scream Through skies as sweet as a dream Where the silver dawn-bre...Rate it:

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The Restoration Of The Works Of Art In Italy
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
LAND of departed fame! whose classic plains Have proudly echo'd to immortal strains; Whose hallow'd soil hath given the great and brave Daystars...Rate it:

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The Rock-Tomb Of Bradore
John Greenleaf Whittier
A DREAR and desolate shore! Where no tree unfolds its leaves, And never the spring wind weaves Green grass for the hunter's tread; A land forsaken ...Rate it:

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The Snow At Fredericksburg
Anonymous Americas
Drift over the sunrise land, Oh, wonderful, wonderful snow! Oh! pure as the breast of a virgin saint, Drift tenderly, soft and slow. Over the slop...Rate it:

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The Touchstone
Edith Nesbit
There was a garden, very strange and fair With all the roses summer never brings. The snowy blossom of immortal Springs Lighted its boughs, and I, ...Rate it:

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