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Mu'tamid's Lament In Prison
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
In my breast, A wail of grief, Without any spark or flash, Alone survives, Passionless, ineffectual. A free man is in prison today, Without a spear...Rate it:

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My Talk Had No End
Nikhil Parekh
When I met the gardener; all I ended up talking with him was; a battalion of wild shrubs and creepers dangling in tandem from the century old dilap...Rate it:

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Now List To My Morning's Romanza
Walt Whitman
NOW list to my morning's romanza--I tell the signs of the Answerer; To the cities and farms I sing, as they spread in the sunshine before ...Rate it:

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Ode to the Great Unknown
Thomas Hood
'O breathe not his name!' —Moore. I Thou Great Unknown! I do not mean Eternity, nor Death, That vast incog! For I suppose thou hast a living b...Rate it:

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Ode to the Sublime Porte
Thomas Moore
Great Sultan, how wise are thy state compositions! And oh, above all, I admire that Decree, In which thou command'st, that all she politicians Shal...Rate it:

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Ode to W. Kitchener, M.D.
Thomas Hood
Author of The Cook's Oracle, Observations on Vocal Music, The Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Life, Practical Observations on Telescopes, Opera...Rate it:

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Ode XVI: To Caleb Hardinge, M.D.
Mark Akenside
I. With sordid floods the wintry Urn Hath stain'd fair Richmond's level green: Her naked hill the Dryads mourn, No longer a poetic scene. No longer...Rate it:

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Olney Hymn 46: Retirement
William Cowper
Far from the world, O Lord, I flee, From strife and tumult far; From scenes where Satan wages still His most successful war. The calm retreat,...Rate it:

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On The Death Of A Young Lady
George Gordon Lord Byron
Cousin to the Author, and very dear to him Hush'd are the winds, and still the evening gloom, Not e'en a zephyr wanders through the grove, Whilst ...Rate it:

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On The Death Of Mr. Fox
George Gordon Lord Byron
The following iiliberal impromptu appeared in a morning papaer: 'Our nation's foes lament on Fox's death, But bless the hour when PITT resign'...Rate it:

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On The Death Of Mr. Viner
Thomas Parnell
Is Viner Dead? and shall each Muse become Silent as Death, and as his Musick Dumb? Shall he depart without a poet's Praise, Who oft to Harmony has ...Rate it:

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On The Sands Of Time
Donka Kristeva
Silver light upon my path, sudden breeze in velvet night, cobwebs of confusion swayed, thoughts that lingered in the gray. Why the burden? Looking...Rate it:

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Our Maecenas
Victor James Daley
What! Don't you our Mæcenas know The man who started, years ago, Our Wild Australian Author show? You don't? Your ignorance sublime Exceeds - to...Rate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 05
John Milton
Now Morn, her rosy steps in the eastern clime Advancing, sowed the earth with orient pearl, When Adam waked, so customed; for his sleep Was aery...Rate it:

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Periander
George Meredith
I How died Melissa none dares shape in words. A woman who is wife despotic lords Count faggot at the question, Shall she live! Her son, because hi...Rate it:

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Poetry Can't
Kurt Philip Behm
A novel can be written and detach from its author —but poetry can’t (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 2016)Rate it:

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Preface to Hunting of the Snark
Lewis Carroll
PREFACE If---and the thing is wildly possible---the charge of writing nonsense were ever brought against the author of this brief but inst...Rate it:

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Prologue to Albumazar
John Dryden
To say this comedy pleased long ago, Is not enough to make it pass you now. Yet, gentlemen, your ancestors had wit, When few men censured, and w...Rate it:

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Prologue To Faulkener
Charles Lamb
A TRAGEDY BY WILLIAM GODWIN, 1807. An author who has given you all delight Furnished the tale our stage presents to-night. Some of our earliest te...Rate it:

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Prologue To Mallet's Mustapha
James Thomson
Since Athens first began to draw mankind, To picture life, and show the impassion'd mind; The truly wise have ever deem'd the stage The moral sc...Rate it:

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Prologue To Sophonisba; Spoken at Oxford, 1680
John Dryden
Thespis, the first professor of our art, At country wakes, sung ballads from a cart. To prove this true, if Latin be no trespass, Dicitur et pla...Rate it:

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Prologue To Steele's Tender Husband
Joseph Addison
In the first rise and infancy of farce, When fools were many, and when plays were scarce The raw unpractis'd authors could, with ease, A young and ...Rate it:

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Psalm CIV. Paraphrased
James Thomson
To praise thy Author, Soul, do not forget; Canst thou, in gratitude, deny the debt? Lord, thou art great, how great we cannot know; Honour and m...Rate it:

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Reminiscences
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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Retirement
William Cowper
Far from the world, O Lord, I flee, From strife and tumult far; From scenes where Satan wages still His most successful war. The calm retreat,...Rate it:

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