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The Funeral of the German Emperor
William Topaz McGonagall
Ye sons of Germany, your noble Emperor William now is dead. Who oft great armies to battle hath led; He was a man beloved by his subjects all, Beca...Rate it:

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The Funeral of the Late Ex-Provost Rough, Dundee
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1888, and on the 19th of November, Which the friends of the late Ex-Provost Rough will long remember, Because 'twas on the 19t...Rate it:

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The Great Yellow River Inundation in China
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1887, and on the 28th of September, Which many people of Honan, in China, will long remember; Especially those that survived t...Rate it:

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The Griefs of Ancient Gosh
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I happened in Gosh on an ancient day, In the land of Glugs far, far away Where the skies are green and the grass is pink And the citizens rarely tr...Rate it:

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The Grocery
Amy Lowell
'Hullo, Alice!' 'Hullo, Leon!' 'Say, Alice, gi' me a couple O' them two for five cigars, Will yer?' 'Where's your nickel?' 'My! Ain't you close! Ca...Rate it:

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The Growth of Sym
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now Sym was a Glug; and 'tis mentioned so That the tale reads perfectly plain as we go. In his veins ran blood of that stupid race Of docile folk, ...Rate it:

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The Happy Man
Thomas Parnell
How bless'd the man, how fully so, As far as man is bless'd below, Who taking up his cross essays To follow Jesus all his days, With resolution to ...Rate it:

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The Harbinger
John Donne
to the Progresse. TWo soules moue here, and mine (a third) must moue Paces of admiration, and of loue; Thy soule (Deare Virgin) whose this tribu...Rate it:

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The Hartley Calamity
Joseph Skipsey
The Hartley men are noble, and Ye'll hear a tale of woe; I'll tell the doom of the Hartley men - The year of sixty two. 'Twas on the Thursday mor...Rate it:

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The Heavenly Jerusalem
Giles Fletcher The Younger
Here may the band, that now in triumph shines, And that (before they were invested thus) In earthly bodies carried heavenly minds, Pitched round ab...Rate it:

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The Hero of Kalapore
William Topaz McGonagall
The 27th Regiment has mutinied at Kalapore; That was the substance of a telegram, which caused great uproar, At Sattara, on the evening of the 8th ...Rate it:

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The Hesitating Veteran
Ambrose Bierce
When I was young and full of faith And other fads that youngsters cherish A cry rose as of one that saith With emphasis: 'Help or I perish!' 'Twas ...Rate it:

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The Hind And The Panther, A Poem In Three Parts : Part II.
John Dryden
“Dame,” said the Panther, “times are mended well, Since late among the Philistines you fell. The toils were pitched, a spacious tract of ground ...Rate it:

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The Hock-cart, or Harvest Home
Robert Herrick
To the Right Honourable Mildmay, Earl of Westmoreland Come, sons of summer, by whose toil We are the lords of wine and oil; By whose tough labou...Rate it:

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THE HOCK-CART, OR HARVEST HOME:TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORLAND
Robert Herrick
Come, Sons of Summer, by whose toil We are the lords of wine and oil: By whose tough labours, and rough hands, We rip up first, then reap our lands...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 03: 07: Porcelain
Conrad Potter Aiken
You see that porcelain ranged there in the window— Platters and soup-plates done with pale pink rosebuds, And tiny violets, and wreaths of ivy? See...Rate it:

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The Impulse
Robert Frost
It was too lonely for her there, And too wild, And since there were but two of them, And no child, And work was little in the house, She was free,...Rate it:

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The Indian Myna
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Gimme the town an' its clamour an' clutter; I ain't very fond of the bush; For my cobbers are coves of the gardens and gutter- A tough metropolit...Rate it:

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The Jewels
Charles Baudelaire
My well-beloved was stripped. Knowing my whim, She wore her tinkling gems, but naught besides: And showed such pride as, while her luck betides, A ...Rate it:

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The King
James Whitcomb Riley
They rode right out of the morning sun-- A glimmering, glittering cavalcade Of knights and ladies and every one In princely sheen arrayed; And the ...Rate it:

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The Last Ride Together (after Browning)
James Kenneth Stephen
(From Her Point of View) When I had firmly answered 'No', And he allowed that that was so, I really thought I should be free For good and all from...Rate it:

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The Legend of King Arthur
Thomas Percy
Of Brutus' blood, in Brittaine borne, King Arthur I am to name; Through Christendome and Heathynesse Well knowne is my worthy fame. In Jesus Chris...Rate it:

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The Little Vagabond
William Blake
Dear mother, dear mother, the church is cold, But the ale-house is healthy and pleasant and warm; Besides I can tell where I am used well, ...Rate it:

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The Magnificent
La Fontaine
SOME wit, handsome form and gen'rous mind; A triple engine prove in love we find; By these the strongest fortresses are gained E'en rocks 'gainst s...Rate it:

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The Maid Of The Mill's Treachery
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
WHENCE comes our friend so hastily, When scarce the Eastern sky is grey? Hath he just ceased, though cold it be, In yonder holy spot to pray? The...Rate it:

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