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Composed In The Valley Near Dover, On The Day Of Landing
William Wordsworth
HERE, on our native soil, we breathe once more. The cock that crows, the smoke that curls, that sound Of bells; those boys who in yon meadow-ground...Rate it:

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Dawn In Summer
James Thomson
When now no more th' alternate twins are fired, And Cancer reddens with the solar blaze, Short is the doubtful empire of the Night; And soon, obser...Rate it:

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Delightful Farm
Nikhil Parekh
The placid pebble in blue water, The yellow Sun evading the skies, A black cloud of mixed feeling, The blue tear strained eyes. The mist hangi...Rate it:

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Dinah in Heaven
Rudyard Kipling
She did not know that she was dead, But, when the pang was o'er, Sat down to wait her Master's tread Upon the Golden Floor, With ears full-cock an...Rate it:

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Dublin Roads
Padraic Colum
WHEN you were a lad that lacked a trade, Oh, many's the thing you'd see on the way From Kill-o'-the-Grange to Ballybrack, And from Cabinteely down ...Rate it:

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Epistle to J. Lapraik (excerpt)
Robert Burns
I am nae poet, in a sense, But just a rhymer like by chance, An' hae to learning nae pretence; Yet what the matter? Whene'er my...Rate it:

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Et Dona Ferentes
Rudyard Kipling
In extended observation of the ways and works of man, From the Four-mile Radius roughly to the Plains of Hindustan: I have drunk with mixed assemb...Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. V.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
FOUR times the sun had risen and set; and now on the fifth day Cheerily called the cock to the sleeping maids of the farm-house. Soon o'er the yell...Rate it:

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Farewell
John Clare
Farewell to the bushy clump close to the river And the flags where the butter-bump hides in forever; Farewell to the weedy nook, hemmed in by water...Rate it:

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Flora Macivor's Song
Sir Walter Scott
There is mist on the mountain, and night on the vale, But more dark is the sleep of the sons of the Gael. A stranger commanded —- it sunk on the ...Rate it:

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Friday Afternoon
James Whitcomb Riley
To William Morris Pierson [1868-1870] Of the wealth of facts and fancies That our memories may recall, The old school-day romances Are the dearest...Rate it:

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From "Snow-Bound," 11:1-40, 116-154
John Greenleaf Whittier
The sun that brief December day Rose cheerless over hills of gray, And, darkly circled, gave at noon A sadder light than waning moon. Slow tracing ...Rate it:

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From Lines to William Simson
Robert Burns
1 Auld Coila now may fidge fu' fain, 2 She's gotten poets o' her ain-- 3 Chiels wha their chanters winna hain, 4 But tune t...Rate it:

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From The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, I: 1-3, V: 12-15, 19-24, 71-72
Edward Fitzgerald
Wake! For the Sun, who scattered into flight The Stars before him from the Field of Night, Drives Night along with them from Heav'n and strikes The...Rate it:

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Gentlemen-Rankers
Rudyard Kipling
To the legion of the lost ones, to the cohort of the damned, To my brethren in their sorrow overseas, Sings a gentleman of England cleanly bred, m...Rate it:

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Grave, The (excerpt)
Robert Blair
While some affect the sun, and some the shade. Some flee the city, some the hermitage; Their aims as various, as the roads they take In jo...Rate it:

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Grey Gull
Robert William Service
'Twas on an iron, icy day I saw a pirate gull down-plane, And hover in a wistful way Nigh where my chickens picked their grain. An outcast gull, so...Rate it:

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Heed Not!
Henry Lawson
Heed not the cock-sure tourist, Seeing with English eyes; Stroked at the banquet table Still, with the old stock lies— Pet of a social circle, Gues...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Sixth Sestiad
George Chapman
No longer could the Day nor Destinies Delay the Night, who now did frowning rise Into her throne; and at her humorous breasts Visions and Dreams la...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander: The Second Sestiad
Christopher Marlowe
By this, sad Hero, with love unacquainted, Viewing Leander's face, fell down and fainted. He kissed her and breathed life into her lips, Wherewith ...Rate it:

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HIS GRANGE, OR PRIVATE WEALTH
Robert Herrick
Though clock, To tell how night draws hence, I've none, A cock I have to sing how day draws on: I have A maid, my Prue, by good luck sent, To save ...Rate it:

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How It's Done
William Schwenck Gilbert
Bold-faced ranger (Perfect stranger) Meets two well-behaved young ladies He's attractive, Young and active - Each a little bit afraid is. Youth adv...Rate it:

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How We Beat The Favourite
Adam Lindsay Gordon
A Lay of the Loamshire Hunt Cup 'Aye, squire,' said Stevens, 'they back him at evens ; The race is all over, bar shouting, they say ; The Clown o...Rate it:

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Hudibras: Part 1 - Canto III
Samuel Butler
THE ARGUMENT The scatter'd rout return and rally, Surround the place; the Knight does sally, And is made pris'ner: Then they seize Th' inchanted f...Rate it:

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Hymn From A Watermelon Pavilion
Wallace Stevens
You dweller in the dark cabin, To whom the watermelon is always purple, Whose garden is wind and moon, Of the two dreams, night and day, What ...Rate it:

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