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I Dreamt Of Robin
John Clare
I opened the casement this morn at starlight, And, the moment I got out of bed, The daisies were quaking about in their white And the cowslip was n...Rate it:

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Ignoto
Christopher Marlowe
I love thee not for sacred chastity. Who loves for that? nor for thy sprightly wit: I love thee not for thy sweet modesty, Which makes thee in perf...Rate it:

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In The Servants' Quarters
Thomas Hardy
'Man, you too, aren't you, one of these rough followers of the criminal? All hanging hereabout to gather how he's going to bear Examination in the ...Rate it:

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Introductory 05
Sa di
My negligence and backwardness in diligent attendance at the royal court resemble the case of Barzachumihr, whose merits the sages of India were di...Rate it:

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Jove's Opportunity
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Thunder? Why, no. Some static, may have been A far, faint rumble and a glimmering light. This, and no more, John, have we heard and seen, We wat...Rate it:

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Kilmeny
James Hogg
Bonnie Kilmeny gaed up the glen; But it wasna to meet Duneira's men, Nor the rosy monk of the isle to see, For Kilmeny was pure as pure could be...Rate it:

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Kilts, Ye Ken
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Noo, ye ken, we'll see 'em agen, Waggling doon the street, While the baton twirls an' the piper skirls To the beat of the marching feet. Left - rig...Rate it:

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Kookoorookoo! Kookoorookoo!
Christina Georgina Rossetti
‘Kookoorookoo! kookoorookoo!’ Crows the cock before the morn; ‘Kikirikee! kikirikee!’ Roses in the east are born. ‘Kookoorookoo! kookoorookoo!’...Rate it:

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Lines Suggested By The Fourteenth Of February - I
Charles Stuart Calverley
Ere the morn the East has crimsoned, When the stars are twinkling there, (As they did in Watts's Hymns, and Made him wonder what they were When the...Rate it:

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Lob
Edward Thomas
At hawthorn-time in Wiltshire travelling In search of something chance would never bring, An old man's face, by life and weather cut And coloured, ...Rate it:

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Love Gregor; Or, The Lass Of Lochroyan
Andrew Lang
'O wha will shoe my fu' fair foot? And wha will glove my hand? And wha will lace my middle jimp, Wi' the new-made London band? 'And wha will kaim ...Rate it:

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March
Alfred Edward Housman
The Sun at noon to higher air, Unharnessing the silver Pair That late before his chariot swam, Rides on the gold wool of the Ram. So braver no...Rate it:

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Marmion: Canto IV. - The Camp
Sir Walter Scott
I. Eustace, I said, did blithely mark The first notes of the merry lark. The lark sang shrill, the cock he crew, And loudly Marmion's bugles blew,...Rate it:

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Melancholia
Paul Laurence Dunbar
SILENTLY without my window, Tapping gently at the pane, Falls the rain. Through the trees sighs the breeze Like a soul in pain. Here alone I sit an...Rate it:

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Minerva Jones
Edgar Lee Masters
I am Minerva, the village poetess, Hooted at, jeered at by the Yahoos of the street For my heavy body, cock-eye, and rolling walk, And all the more...Rate it:

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Nellie's Lament for the Pirnhouse Cat
Ellen Johnston
Killed by the Elevator, C----e Factory, Dundee Oh ! fare-ye-weel my bonnie cat, Nae mair I'll smooth yer skin sae black. Mony a time I stroked ye...Rate it:

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Ode to the Great Unknown
Thomas Hood
'O breathe not his name!' —Moore. I Thou Great Unknown! I do not mean Eternity, nor Death, That vast incog! For I suppose thou hast a living b...Rate it:

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Old Susan
Walter de la Mare
When Susan's work was done, she'd sit With one fat guttering candle lit, And window opened wide to win The sweet night air to enter in; There, ...Rate it:

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On Christmas Eve
William Wilfred Campbell
In byre and barn the mows are brim with sheaves, Where stealeth in with phosphorescent tread The glimmering moon, and, ’neath his wattled eaves...Rate it:

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On Mrs. Montague's Feather Hangings
William Cowper
The Birds put off their every hue, To dress a room for Montagu. The peacock sends his heavenly dyes, His rainbows and his starry eyes; The pheasant...Rate it:

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On the cow shed
Matsuo Basho
On the cow shed A hard winter rain; Cock crowing. Rate it:

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On the Lady Elizabeth, and Count Palatine Being Married on St. Valentine's Day
John Donne
Hail Bishop Valentine, whose day this is, All the air is thy Diocese, And all the chirping choristers And other birds are thy parishioners, Tho...Rate it:

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Over The Hills
George Meredith
The old hound wags his shaggy tail, And I know what he would say: It's over the hills we'll bound, old hound, Over the hills, and away. There'...Rate it:

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Pastorals
George Meredith
I How sweet on sunny afternoons, For those who journey light and well, To loiter up a hilly rise Which hides the prospect far beyond, And fan...Rate it:

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Peace, Blessed Peace
Edward George Dyson
Here in the flamin' thick of thick of things, With Death across the way, 'n' traps What little Fritz the German flings Explodin' in yer lunch pe'...Rate it:

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