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I Hoed and Trenched and Weeded
Alfred Edward Housman
I hoed and trenched and weeded, And took the flowers to fair: I brought them home unheeded; The hue was not the wear. So up and down I sow the...Rate it:

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Young men and women, strong and sound
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Young men and women, strong and sound, Adorn with beautiful excess Of play and song and flower-dress Our fatherland's ancestral ground. They dream ...Rate it:

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Father of light, and life, and love!
James Montgomery
Father of light, and life, and love! Thyself to us reveal; As saints below, and saints above, Thy sacred presence feel. Not with the eye of mortal...Rate it:

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She Laughed And Laughed And Laughed To Death
Nikhil Parekh
When I chattered a nineteen to the dozen about each of my child's astoundingly spell-binding brainwaves; she laughed at me as loudly as the clouds ...Rate it:

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A Martyr in Lace and Five and Dime Cologne
Sonia Walker
Grandmother taught us tradition matters in that it must be passed on from one generation to another; she showed us the old-world ways of baking, h...Rate it:

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Two Arms and Two Legs and One Head
Joe Giso
I said to the man that I am, "What have you done?" "Where have you gone?" I replied with a deep sigh, for truth doth not lie. "I was born with just...Rate it:

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An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife Who died and were buried together
Richard Crashaw
TO these whom death again did wed This grave 's the second marriage-bed. For though the hand of Fate could force 'Twixt soul and body a divorce,...Rate it:

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Languid, And Sad, And Slow, From Day To Day
William Lisle Bowles
Languid, and sad, and slow, from day to day I journey on, yet pensive turn to view (Where the rich landscape gleams with softer hue) The streams...Rate it:

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Sonnet: Languid, And Sad, And Slow, From Day To Day
William Lisle Bowles
Languid, and sad, and slow, from day to day I journey on, yet pensive turn to view (Where the rich landscape gleams with softer hue) The streams an...Rate it:

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The eyes are black and beautiful complexion fair and sweet.
Shad Azimabadi
The eyes are black and beautiful complexion fair and sweet. Long and loose hang the locks the face innocence breathes. The brow is broad and winso...Rate it:

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What Lips My Lips Have Kissed, And Where, And Why (Sonnet XLIII)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why, I have forgotten, and what arms have lain Under my head till morning; but the rain Is full of...Rate it:

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A Man Young And Old: VIII. Summer And Spring
William Butler Yeats
We sat under an old thorn-tree And talked away the night, Told all that had been said or done Since first we saw the light, And when we talked of g...Rate it:

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And like a Dying Lady, Lean and Pale
Percy Bysshe Shelley
And like a dying lady, lean and pale, Who totters forth, wrapp'd in a gauzy veil, Out of her chamber, led by the insane And feeble wan...Rate it:

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Maker of Heaven and Earth (All Things Bright and Beautiful)
Cecil Frances Alexander
All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful, The Lord God made them all. Each l...Rate it:

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Cities and Thrones and Powers
Rudyard Kipling
Cities and Thrones and Powers, Stand in Time's eye, Almost as long as flowers, Which daily die: But, as new buds put forth To glad new men, Out of ...Rate it:

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Miles and miles of here and there
Augusta Davies Webster
MILES and miles of here and there Our eager river forced its way, Bent to be it knew not where. It had no rest in delay; And for its haste it had ...Rate it:

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Sad-Eyed and Soft and Grey
William Morris
Sad-Eyed and soft and grey thou art, o morn! Across the long grass of the marshy plain Thy west wind whispers of the coming rain, Thy lark forgets ...Rate it:

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Turns and Movies: Violet Moore and Bert Moore
Conrad Potter Aiken
He thinks her little feet should pass Where dandelions star thickly grass; Her hands should lift in sunlit air Sea-wind should tangle up her hai...Rate it:

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The Men And Women, And The Monkeys
Charles Lamb
A FABLE When beasts by words their meanings could declare, Some well-dressed men and women did repair To gaze upon two monkeys at a fair: And one...Rate it:

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So Far And So Far, And On Toward The End
Walt Whitman
SO far, and so far, and on toward the end, Singing what is sung in this book, from the irresistible impulses of me; But whether I co...Rate it:

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With Hale Affection And Abiding Faith These Rhymes And Pictures Are Inscribed To The Children Everywhere
James Whitcomb Riley
_He owns the bird-songs of the hills-- The laughter of the April rills; And his are all the diamonds set In Morning's dewy coronet,-- And his the D...Rate it:

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'Fire and Sleet and Candlelight'
Elinor Morton Wylie
For this you've striven Daring, to fail: Your sky is riven Like a tearing veil. For this, you've wasted Wings of your youth; Divined, and tas...Rate it:

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And I Lounged and Lay on Their Beds
Constantine P. Cavafy
When I went to that house of pleasure I didn't stay in the front rooms where they celebrate, with some decorum, the accepted modes of love. I went ...Rate it:

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It Nods and Curtseys and Recovers
Alfred Edward Housman
It nods and curtseys and recovers When the wind blows above, The nettle on the graves of lovers That hanged themselves for love. The nettle no...Rate it:

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16. Of Gluttony and Feasting
Sebastian Brant
He shows a fool in every wise Who day and night forever hies From feast to feat to fill his paunch And make his figure round and staunch, As though...Rate it:

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