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John Greenleaf Whittier
The tree of Faith its bare, dry boughs must shed That nearer heaven the living ones may climb; The false must fail, though from our shores of time ...Rate it:

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All pleasure is of this condition
John Wilbye
All pleasure is of this condition, It pricks men forward to fruition, But if enjoy'd, then like the humming Bee, The honey being shed, away doth fl...Rate it:

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An Autumn Landscape
Archibald Lampman
No wind there is that either pipes or moans; The fields are cold and still; the sky Is covered with a blue-gray sheet Of motionless cloud; and at m...Rate it:

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An Hymn In Honour Of Beauty
Edmund Spenser
AH whither, Love, wilt thou now carry me? What wontless fury dost thou now inspire Into my feeble breast, too full of thee? Whilst seek...Rate it:

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Andante Con Moto
William Ernest Henley
Forth from the dust and din, The crush, the heat, the many-spotted glare, The odour and sense of life and lust aflare, The wrangle and jangle of un...Rate it:

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Anecdote For Fathers
William Wordsworth
I HAVE a boy of five years old; His face is fair and fresh to see; His limbs are cast in beautyÕs mold And dearly he loves me. One morn we strolle...Rate it:

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Anticipation
Thomas Hood
'Coming events cast their shadow before.' I had a vision in the summer light— Sorrow was in it, and my inward sight Ached with sad images. The t...Rate it:

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Astrophel and Stella: LXXI
Sir Philip Sidney
Who will in fairest book of nature know How virtue may best lodg'd in beauty be, Let him but learn of love to read in thee, Stella, tho...Rate it:

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Astrophel and Stella: XV
Sir Philip Sidney
You that do search for every purling spring Which from the ribs of old Parnassus flows, And every flower, not sweet perhaps, which grows ...Rate it:

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At Bay Ridge, Long Island
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Pleasant it is to lie amid the grass Under these shady locusts, half the day, Watching the ships reflected on the Bay, Topmast and shroud, as in...Rate it:

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At Eventide
John Greenleaf Whittier
Poor and inadequate the shadow-play Of gain and loss, of waking and of dream, Against life's solemn background needs must seem At this late hour. Y...Rate it:

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Ave
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Mother of the Fair Delight, Thou handmaid perfect in God's sight, Now sitting fourth beside the Three, Thyself a woman-Trinity,— Being a daughter b...Rate it:

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Bacchus and Ariadne
James Henry Leigh Hunt
The moist and quiet morn was scarcely breaking. When Ariadne in her bower was waking; Her eyelids still were closing, and she heard But indistinctl...Rate it:

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Barclay Of Ury
John Greenleaf Whittier
Up the streets of Aberdeen, By the kirk and college green, Rode the Laird of Ury; Close behind him, close beside, Foul of mouth and evil-eyed, Pres...Rate it:

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Bellerophon
George Meredith
I Maimed, beggared, grey; seeking an alms; with nod Of palsy doing task of thanks for bread; Upon the stature of a God, He whom the Gods have stru...Rate it:

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Beyond All Excuse
Kurt Philip Behm
Poetry… Attacking the mood Driving its impression inward Beyond all excuse Wounding the intellect Calling out names Saving the moment —resurrec...Rate it:

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Blind
Siegfried Sassoon
His headstrong thoughts that once in eager strife Leapt sure from eye to brain and back to eye, Weaving unconscious tapestries of life, Are now ...Rate it:

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Book Fifth-Books
William Wordsworth
WHEN Contemplation, like the night-calm felt Through earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deep Into the soul its tranquillising power, Even the...Rate it:

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Book Of Suleika - In Thousand Form
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
IN thousand forms mayst thou attempt surprise, Yet, all-beloved-one, straight know I thee; Thou mayst with magic veils thy face disguise, And yet...Rate it:

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Book Of Suleika - Suleika 04
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
WITH what inward joy, sweet lay, I thy meaning have descried! Lovingly thou seem'st to say That I'm ever by his side; That he ever thinks of me,...Rate it:

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Brueghel's Winter
Walter de la Mare
Jagg'd mountain peaks and skies ice-green Wall in the wild, cold scene below. Churches, farms, bare copse, the sea In freezing quiet of winter show...Rate it:

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Builders of Ruins
Alice Meynell
We build with strength and deep tower wall That shall be shattered thus and thus. And fair and great are court and hall, But how fair--this is not ...Rate it:

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Burns
John Greenleaf Whittier
ON RECEIVING A SPRIG OF HEATHER IN BLOSSOM. No more these simple flowers belong To Scottish maid and lover; Sown in the common soil of song, They ...Rate it:

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By The Seaside : The Building Of The Ship
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
'Build me straight, O worthy Master! Stanch and strong, a goodly vessel, That shall laugh at all disaster, And with wave and whirlwind wrestle!'...Rate it:

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Cafes In Damascus
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
LANGUIDLY the night-wind bloweth From the gardens round, Where the clear Barrada floweth With a lulling sound. Not the lute-note's sweet shiver C...Rate it:

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