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To The Husbandman
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
SMOOTHLY and lightly the golden seed by the furrow is cover'd; Yet will a deeper one, friend, cover thy bones at the last. Joyously plough'd and s...Rate it:

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To The Rev. George Coleridge
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Notus in fratres animi paterni. Hor. Carm. lib.II.2. A blesséd lot hath he, who having passed His youth and early manhood...Rate it:

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To the Reverend George Coleridge, of Ottery St. Mary, Devon
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
A blessed lot hath he, who having past His youth and early manhood in the stir And turmoil of the world, retreats at length, With cares that move, ...Rate it:

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To The Right Honorable The Lord S.
Thomas Nashe
Pardon, _sweete flower of Matchles poetrie, And fairest bud the red rose euer bare; Although my Muse, devorst from deeper care, Presents thee with ...Rate it:

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To Thyrza: And Thou Art Dead, As Young And Fair
George Gordon Lord Byron
And thou art dead, as young and fair As aught of mortal birth; And form so soft, and charms so rare, Too soon return'd to Earth! Though Earth recei...Rate it:

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To Vernon Lee
Amy Levy
On Bellosguardo, when the year was young, We wandered, seeking for the daffodil And dark anemone, whose purples fill The peasant's plot, between th...Rate it:

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Toll Mine To Pay
Kurt Philip Behm
My road deeply potholed, with those left behind Resurfaced with pain, all casualties mine A road often fatal, to family and friends No ...Rate it:

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Tom May's Death
Andrew Marvell
As one put drunk into the Packet-boat, Tom May was hurry'd hence and did not know't. But was amaz'd on the Elysian side, And with an Eye uncertain,...Rate it:

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Too Late
Frederick George Scott
HOPE? What! hope !—you say there is hope for the long-lost one! Hope! when the light is out; hope! when the oil is done; Hope! No, no, good lady! n...Rate it:

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Toussaint L’Ouverture
John Greenleaf Whittier
'T WAS night. The tranquil moonlight smile With which Heaven dreams of Earth, shed down Its beauty on the Indian isle, — On broad green field and w...Rate it:

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Trafalgar Day
George Meredith
He leads: we hear our Seaman's call In the roll of battles won; For he is Britain's Admiral Till setting of her sun. When Britain's life was in he...Rate it:

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Tristesses de la lune (Sorrows Of The Moon)
Charles Baudelaire
Ce soir, la lune rêve avec plus de paresse; Ainsi qu'une beauté, sur de nombreux coussins, Qui d'une main distraite et légère caresse Avant de s'en...Rate it:

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Tristram And Iseult
Matthew Arnold
I TRISTRAM Tristram. Is she not come? The messenger was sure— Prop me upon the pillows once again— Raise me, my page! this cannot long endure. —Ch...Rate it:

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Twilight
James Montgomery
I love thee, Twilight! as thy shadows roll, The calm of evening steals upon my soul, Sublimely tender, solemnly serene, Still as the hour, enchanti...Rate it:

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Two Roses
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
A humble wild-rose, pink and slender, Was plucked and placed in a bright bouquet, Beside a Jacqueminot’s royal splendour, And both in my lady’...Rate it:

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Two Sonnets In Memory
Edna St. Vincent Millay
(Nicola Sacco -- Bartolomeo Vanzetti) Executed August 23, 1927 I As men have loved their lovers in times past And sung their wit, their virtue...Rate it:

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Two Tears Among Us
Mario William Vitale
fried bacon.. leave the pan hot, cookies on side thought of Spanish rice help you think twice one is the free shown forth to bleed the other is a m...Rate it:

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Una
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Roving, roving, as it seems, Una lights my clouded dreams; Still for journeys she is dressed; We wander far by east and west. In the homestead, ho...Rate it:

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Unredeemed
Edward George Dyson
I saw the Christ down from His cross, A tragic man lean-limbed and tall, But weighed with suffering and loss. His back was to a broken wall, An...Rate it:

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Variations of an Air
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Old King Cole Was a merry old soul And a merry old soul was he He called for his pipe and he called for his bowl and he called for his fiddlers t...Rate it:

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Verses From The Heart Part I
Mario William Vitale
look deep inside and you will find that you have been created by a great design through Autumn's peak & Spring's vast domain we sh...Rate it:

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Victory
Alfred Noyes
I. Before those golden altar-lights we stood, Each one of us remembering his own dead. A more than earthly beauty seemed to brood On that hushed th...Rate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 4
Joel Barlow
In one dark age, beneath a single hand, Thus rose an empire in the savage land. Her golden seats, with following years, increase, Her growing natio...Rate it:

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Vision's Gift
Kurt Philip Behm
The older I get… the closer I become to the things I can’t see The older I get… the more I’m amazed by the things that surround me The older ...Rate it:

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Voices
Walt Whitman
NOW I make a leaf of Voices--for I have found nothing mightier than they are, And I have found that no word spoken, but is beautifu...Rate it:

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