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On The Death Of Ladie Caesar
William Strode
Though Death to good men be the greatest boone, I dare not think this Lady dyde so soone. She should have livde for others: Poor mens want Should m...Rate it:

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The Cynotaph,
Richard Harris Barham
Poor Tray charmant! Poor Tray de mon Ami! -- Dog-bury, and Vergers. Oh! where shall I bury my poor dog Tray, Now his fleeting breath has pass'...Rate it:

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McGonagall's Ode to the King
William Topaz McGonagall
Oh! God, I thank Thee for restoring King Edward the Seventh's health again, And let all his subjects throughout the Empire say Amen; May God guard ...Rate it:

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Discontent And Quarrelling
Charles Lamb
JANE. Miss Lydia every day is drest Better than I am in my best White cambric-muslin frock. I wish I had one made of clear Worked lawn, or leno ver...Rate it:

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The Famous Speech-Maker Of England Or Baron (Alias Barren) Lovel’s Charge At The Assizes At Exon, April 5, 1710
Jonathan Swift
From London to Exon, By special direction, Came down the world's wonder, Sir Salathiel Blunder, With a quoif on his head As heavy as lead; And thus...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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Song of Synthetic Virility
Franklin P. Adams
Oh, some may sing of the surging sea, or chant of the raging main; Or tell of the taffrail blown away by the raging hurricane. With an oh, of t...Rate it:

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When Stretch'd on One's Bed
Jane Austen
When stretch'd on one's bed With a fierce-throbbing head, Which preculdes alike thought or repose, How little one cares For the grandest affair...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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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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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 06 - part 06
Torquato Tasso
LXXI 'O spotless virgin,' Honor thus began, 'That my true lore observed firmly hast, When with thy foes thou didst in bondage won, Remember then I...Rate it:

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Lent
George Herbert
Welcome dear feast of Lent: who loves not thee, He loves not Temperance, or Authority, But is compos'd of passion. The Scriptures bid us fast; t...Rate it:

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Man
George Herbert
My God, I heard this day, That none doth build a stately habitation, But he that means to dwell therein. What house more stately hath there been...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act IV
John Keats
SCENE I. AURANTHE'S Apartment. AURANTHE and CONRAD discovered. Conrad. Well, well, I know what ugly jeopardy We are cag'd in; you need not pester...Rate it:

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PARADOX. That it is best for a Young Maid to marry an Old Man
Henry King
Fair one, why cannot you an old man love? He may as useful, and more constant prove. Experience shews you that maturer years Are a security agai...Rate it:

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THE DIRGE OF JEPHTHAH'S DAUGHTER:SUNG BY THE VIRGINS
Robert Herrick
O thou, the wonder of all days! O paragon, and pearl of praise! O Virgin-martyr, ever blest Above the rest Of all the maiden-train! We come, And b...Rate it:

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The Patient Countess. - extracted from Albion's England
William Warner
Impatience chaungeth smoke to flame, but jealousie is hell; Some wives by patience have reduc'd ill husbands to live well: As did the ladie of an e...Rate it:

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The World In The House
Jane Taylor
PILGRIMS who journey in the narrow way, Should go as little cumbered as they may. 'Tis heavy sailing with a freighted ship ; 'Tis pleasant travelli...Rate it:

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To A Lady Who Commanded Me To Send Her An Account In Verse
Mary Barber
How I succeed, you kindly ask; Yet set me on a grievous Task, When you oblige me to rehearse, The Censures past upon my Verse. Tho' I with Pleasur...Rate it:

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West by North Again
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
We've drunk our wine, we've kissed our girls, and funds are sinking low, The horses must be thinking it's a fair thing now to go; Sling the swags o...Rate it:

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Celia To Damon
Matthew Prior
What can I say? What Arguments can prove My Truth? What Colors can describe my Love? If it's Excess and Fury be not known, In what Thy Celia has al...Rate it:

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John Brown
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Though for your sake I would not have you now So near to me tonight as now you are, God knows how much a stranger to my heart Was any cold word ...Rate it:

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The Law of the Jungle
Rudyard Kipling
Now this is the Law of the Jungle -- as old and as true as the sky; And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it m...Rate it:

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The Morning Sun
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Far from the ignoble strife of Man's tavern you are The wine-cup adorning the sky's assemblage you are The jewel which should be the pearl of the ...Rate it:

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The Navajo Night Way Ceremony
Anonymous Americas
In beauty may I walk All day long may I walk Through the returning seasons may I walk Beautifully I will possess again Beautifully birds Beautifull...Rate it:

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