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Elizabeth
Edgar Allan Poe
Elizabeth, it surely is most fit [Logic and common usage so commanding] In thy own book that first thy name be writ, Zeno and other sages not...Rate it:

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Epilogue on the Same Occasion (Princess of Cleves)
John Dryden
New ministers, when first they get in place, Must have a care to please; and that's our case: Some laws for public welfare we design, If you, th...Rate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
She was a little woman dressed in black, Who stood on tiptoe with a childish air, Her face and figure hidden in a sacque, All but her eyes and fore...Rate it:

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Etiquette
William Schwenck Gilbert
The BALLYSHANNON foundered off the coast of Cariboo, And down in fathoms many went the captain and the crew; Down went the owners - greedy men whom...Rate it:

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Evening Twilight
Charles Baudelaire
Here’s the criminal’s friend, delightful evening: come like an accomplice, with a wolf’s loping: slowly the sky’s vast vault hides each feature, an...Rate it:

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Fable L: The Hare and Many Friends
John Gay
Friendship, as love, is but a name, Save in a concentrated flame; And thus, in friendships, who depend On more than one, find not one friend. A h...Rate it:

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Finality
Charles Harpur
A HEAVY and desolate sense of life Is all the Past makes mine—and still A cold contempt of Fortune’s strife, Despite the dread Of want of bread, ’N...Rate it:

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Forget-Me-Not
William Topaz McGonagall
A gallant knight and his betroth'd bride, Were walking one day by a river side, They talk'd of love, and they talk'd of war, And how very foolish l...Rate it:

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Fragmentary Ending Of A Poem II
Thomas Parnell
Then do not Cloe do not more Boast what success youve found Tis pride to tell your conquests ore Tis cruelty to wound. These are the ills which Bea...Rate it:

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From Mount Ebal
John Bunyan
Thus having heard from Gerizzim, I shall Next come to Ebal, and you thither call, Not there to curse you, but to let you hear How God doth curse t...Rate it:

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Give Me Leave to Rail at You
Lord John Wilmot
Give me leave to rail at you, - I ask nothing but my due: To call you false, and then to say You shall not keep my heart a day. But alas! against m...Rate it:

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Glasgow
William Topaz McGonagall
Beautiful city of Glasgow, with your streets so neat and clean, Your stateley mansions, and beautiful Green! Likewise your beautiful bridges across...Rate it:

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Greenland's Icy Mountains
William Topaz McGonagall
Greenland's icy mountains are fascinating and grand, And wondrously created by the Almighty's command; And the works of the Almighty there's few ca...Rate it:

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Grown-Up Talk
Katherine Mansfield
Half-Past-Six and I were talking In a very grown-up way; We had got so tired with running That we did not want to play. "How do babies come, I won...Rate it:

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Hanchen, the Maid of the Mill
William Topaz McGonagall
Near the village of Udorf, on the banks of the Rhine, There lived a miller and his family, once on a time; And there yet stands the mill in a state...Rate it:

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Happiness of a Country Life
James Thomson
Oh! knew he but his happiness, of men The happiest he, who, far from public rage, Deep in the vale, with a choice few retired Drinks the pure pleas...Rate it:

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Hermann And Dorothea - I. Kalliope
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
FATE AND SYMPATHY. 'NE'ER have I seen the market and streets so thoroughly empty! Still as the grave is the town, clear'd out! I verily fancy Fift...Rate it:

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Holy Willie's Prayer
Robert Burns
'And send the godly in a pet to pray.' - Pope O Thou, that in the heavens does dwell, Wha, as it pleases best Thysel', Sends ane to heaven an'...Rate it:

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Homage To Sextus Propertius - XII
Ezra Pound
Who, who will be the next man to entrust his girl to a friend? Love interferes with fidelities; The gods have brought shame on their relatives; Eac...Rate it:

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I Rose Up at the Dawn of Day
William Blake
I rose up at the dawn of day-- `Get thee away! get thee away! Pray'st thou for riches? Away! away! This is the Throne of Mammon grey.' Said I: Thi...Rate it:

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I Walk'd the Other Day
Henry Vaughan
1 I walk'd the other day, to spend my hour, 2 Into a field, 3 Where I sometimes had seen the soil to yield 4 A gallan...Rate it:

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I, Too, Sing America
Amy Lowell
I, too sing America. I am the darker brother....Rate it:

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In 200 B.C.
Constantine P. Cavafy
"Alexander son of Philip, and the Greeks except the Lacedaemonians--" We can very well imagine that they were utterly indifferent in Sparta to thi...Rate it:

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In The First Elective Ministry
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
In the neolithic age of our Australia, long ago, There dwelt a wise old chieftain, as you probably don't know; His royal tastes and habits I won't ...Rate it:

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Introductory 01
Sa di
Laudation to the God of majesty and glory! Obedience to him is a cause of approach and gratitude in increase of benefits. Every inhalation of the b...Rate it:

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