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Ocean Of dreams
Nikhil Parekh
Olive green grenades of juicy fruit, silver grey oysters touching ocean beds, round yellow moulds of gold biscuits, black leather made of pure p...Rate it:

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Ode to Salvador Dali
Federico García Lorca
A rose in the high garden you desire. A wheel in the pure syntax of steel. The mountain stripped bare of Impressionist fog, The grays watching over...Rate it:

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Oh, Gray And Tender Is The Rain
Lizette Woodworth Reese
Oh, gray and tender is the rain, That drips, drips on the pane! A hundred things come in the door, The scent of herbs, the thought of yore. I see ...Rate it:

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On Mr. Milton's Paradise Lost
Andrew Marvell
When I beheld the Poet blind, yet bold, In slender Book his vast Design unfold, Messiah Crown'd, Gods Reconcil'd Decree, Rebelling Angels, the Forb...Rate it:

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On The Porch
Harriet Monroe
As I lie roofed in, screened in, From the pattering rain, The summer rain— As I lie Snug and dry, And hear the birds complain: Oh, billow on bill...Rate it:

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On the Prospect of Peace
Thomas Tickell
______ Sacerdos Fronde super mitram, & felici comptus oliva. Virg. To the Lord Privy Seal Contending kings, and fields of death, too long Hav...Rate it:

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On The Victory Obtained By Blake Over the Spaniards, In The Bay Of Scanctacruze, In The Island Of teneriff.1657
Andrew Marvell
Now does Spains Fleet her spatious wings unfold, Leaves the new World and hastens for the old: But though the wind was fair, the slowly swoome Fray...Rate it:

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Opening of the Railway Line
Andrew Barton Paterson
The opening of the railway line... The Governor and all, With flags and banners down the street, A banquet and a ball, Hark to them at the stat...Rate it:

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Our Canal
Harriet Monroe
To Colonel Goethals and the Other Laborers in the Canal Zone In lazy laughing Panama— O flutter of ribbon 'twixt the seas!— The low-roofed house...Rate it:

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Our language
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Thou, who sailest Norse mountain-air, And Denmark's songs by the cradle singest, Who badest in Hald the war-flames flare, And, heard in our childre...Rate it:

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Part I: Visions in the Smoke
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Rest, and be thankful ! On the verge Of the tall cliff rugged and grey, But whose granite base the breakers surge, And shiver their frothy spray, O...Rate it:

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Patriot, The
Robert Browning
AN OLD STORY. I. It was roses, roses, all the way, With myrtle mixed in my path like mad: The house-roofs seemed to heave and sway, The chur...Rate it:

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Eleanor Agnes Lee
Suddenly bells and flags! Suddenly -- door to door -- Tidings! Can we believe, We, who were used to war? Yet we have dreamed her face, Knowing h...Rate it:

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Peddling Round the World
Henry Lawson
When at first in foreign parts Was her flag unfurled, England was a Gipsy lass Peddling round the world. Sailing on the Spanish Main— Everywhere yo...Rate it:

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Georg Trakl
My brother, let us go more silent! The streets darken placidly. In the distance flags probably gleam and wave, However, brother, let us be alone...Rate it:

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In those days said Hiawatha, "Lo! how all things fade and perish! From the memory of the old men Pass away the great traditions, The achievements o...Rate it:

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Podas Okus
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Am I waking ? Was I sleeping ? Dearest, are you watching yet ? Traces on your cheeks of weeping Glitter, 'tis in vain you fret ; Drifting ever ! dr...Rate it:

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Poet’s Corner
Alfred Austin
I stand within the Abbey walls, Where soft the slanting sunlight falls In gleams of mellow grace: The organ swells, the anthem soars, And waves of ...Rate it:

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George Wither
(From _The Shepherd's Hunting_) Seest thou not, in clearest days, Oft thick fogs cloud Heaven's rays? And that vapours which do breathe From the E...Rate it:

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President Lincoln's Burial Hymn
Walt Whitman
When Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloom'd WHEN lilacs last in the door-yard bloom'd, And the great star early droop'd in the western sky in...Rate it:

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Psalm 20
Isaac Watts
Prayer and hope of victory. For a day of prayer in time of war. Now may the God of power and grace Attend his people's humble cry! Jehovah hears w...Rate it:

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Queen Matilda
Marriott Edgar
Henry the first, surnamed " Beauclare," Lost his only son William at sea, So when Henry died it were hard to decide Who his heir and successor sh...Rate it:

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Archibald Lampman
I stand at noon upon the heated flags At the bleached crossing of two streets, and dream With brain scarce conscious now the hurrying stream ...Rate it:

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Recalling War
Robert Graves
Entrance and exit wounds are silvered clean, The track aches only when the rain reminds. The one-legged man forgets his leg of wood The one-armed m...Rate it:

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James McIntyre
On the laying of the corner stone of the Brock Monument, at Queenston Heights, and the final interment of the General who had fallen at the battle ...Rate it:

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