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An Horatian Ode Upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland
Andrew Marvell
The forward youth that would appear Must now forsake his Muses dear, Nor in the shadows sing His numbers languishing. 'Tis time to leave the bo...Rate it:

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An Introduction To The Ensuing Discourse.
John Bunyan
These lines I at this time present To all that will them heed, Wherein I show to what intent God saith, Convert[2] with speed. For these four thin...Rate it:

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An Unanswerable Apology For The Rich.
Mary Barber
All--bounteous Heav'n, Castalio cries, With bended Knees, and lifted Eyes, When shall I have the Pow'r to bless, And raise up Merit in Distress? H...Rate it:

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Another Way
Ambrose Bierce
I lay in silence, dead. A woman came And laid a rose upon my breast, and said, 'May God be merciful.' She spoke my name, And added, 'It is strange ...Rate it:

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Asking Too Much
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
You can't expect it! Goodness me! T'would be a dreadful policy! What sort of Ministerial dunce Would try to do two things at once? How can they de...Rate it:

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Astrophel
Edmund Spenser
A Pastorall Elegie vpon the death of the most Noble and valorous Knight, Sir Philip Sidney. Dedicated To the most beautifull and vertuous Ladie, t...Rate it:

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Beautiful Crief
William Topaz McGonagall
Ye lovers of the picturesque, if ye wish to drown your grief, Take my advice, and visit the ancient town of Crieff; The climate is bracing, and the...Rate it:

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Beautiful Monikie
William Topaz McGonagall
Beautiful Monikie! with your trees and shrubberies green And your beautiful walks, most charming to be seen: 'Tis a beautiful place for pleasure-se...Rate it:

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Beautiful Nairn
William Topaz McGonagall
All ye tourists who wish to be away From the crowded city for a brief holiday; The town of Nairn is worth a visit, I do confess, And it's only abou...Rate it:

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Beer
Charles Stuart Calverley
1 In those old days which poets say were golden -- 2 (Perhaps they laid the gilding on themselves: 3 And, if they did, I'm all the ...Rate it:

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Before the War
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Before the war,' she sighs. 'Before the war.' Then blinks 'er eyes, an' tries to work a smile. 'Ole scenes,' she sez, 'don't look the same no mor...Rate it:

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Bell Upon Organ
George MacDonald
It's all very well, Said the Bell, To be the big Organ below! But the folk come and go, Said the Bell, And you never can tell What sort of person t...Rate it:

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Belphegor Addressed To Miss De Chammelay
La Fontaine
YOUR name with ev'ry pleasure here I place, The last effusions of my muse to grace. O charming Phillis! may the same extend Through time's dark nig...Rate it:

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Besides the Autumn poets sing
Emily Dickinson
Besides the Autumn poets sing A few prosaic days A little this side of the snow And that side of the Haze— A few incisive Mornings— A few Ascetic ...Rate it:

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Besides this May
Emily Dickinson
Besides this May We know There is Another— How fair Our Speculations of the Foreigner! Some know Him whom We knew— Sweet Wonder— A Nature be Where...Rate it:

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Bianca's Dream - A Venetian Story
Thomas Hood
BIANCA!—fair Bianca!—who could dwell With safety on her dark and hazel gaze, Nor find there lurk'd in it a witching spell, Fatal to balmy nights an...Rate it:

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Billy Vickers
Henry Kendall
No song is this of leaf and bird, And gracious waters flowing; I'm sick at heart, for I have heard Big Billy Vickers "blowing". He'd never take...Rate it:

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Blake's Victory
Andrew Marvell
On the Victory Obtained by Blake over the Spaniards in the Bay of Santa Cruz, in the Island of Tenerife, 1657 Now does Spain's fleet her spacious ...Rate it:

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Blind
James Whitcomb Riley
You think it is a sorry thing That I am blind. Your pitying Is welcome to me; yet indeed, I think I have but little need Of it. Though you may marv...Rate it:

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Captain Teach alias Black Beard
William Topaz McGonagall
Edward Teach was a native of Bristol, and sailed from that port On board a privateer, in search of sport, As one of the crew, during the French War...Rate it:

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Careers
Robert Graves
Father is quite the greatest poet     That ever lived anywhere. You say you’re going to write great music—     I chose that first: it’s unfair. ...Rate it:

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Catching The Coach
Alfred Thomas Chandler
At Kangaroo Gully in 'Fifty-two The rush and the scramble was reckless and rough; 'Three ounces a dish and the lead running true!' Was whispered ar...Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 22
Sa di
A king was subject to a terrible disease, the mention of which is not sanctioned by custom. The tribe of Yunani physicians agreed that this pain ca...Rate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 18
Sa di
A hermit, having been invited by a padshah, concluded that if he were to take some medicine to make himself weak he might perhaps enhance the opini...Rate it:

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Ch 03 On The Excellence Of Contentment Story 01
Sa di
A Maghrabi supplicant said in Aleppo in the row of linen-drapers: ‘Lords of wealth, if you were just and we contented, the trade of begging would v...Rate it:

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