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A Song of the Republic
Henry Lawson
Sons of the South, awake! arise! Sons of the South, and do. Banish from under your bonny skies Those old-world errors and wrongs and lies. Maki...Rate it:

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A Soul in Prison
Augusta Davies Webster
(The Doubter lays aside his book.) "Answered a score of times." Oh, looked for teacher, is this all you will teach me? I in the dark reaching my...Rate it:

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A Summer Ramble
William Cullen Bryant
The quiet August noon has come, A slumberous silence fills the sky, The fields are still, the woods are dumb, In glassy sleep the waters lie. And ...Rate it:

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A Trifle
Henry Timrod
I know not why, but ev'n to me My songs seem sweet when read to thee. Perhaps in this the pleasure lies - I read my thoughts within thine eyes. A...Rate it:

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A Voyager's Dream Of Land
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
His very heart athirst To gaze at nature in her green array, Upon the ship's tall side he stands, possess'd With visions prompted by intense desire...Rate it:

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A Waif
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
My soul is like a poor caged bird to-night, Beating its wings against the prison bars, Longing to reach the outer world of light, And, all unt...Rate it:

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A Woman’s Question
Adelaide Anne Procter
BEFORE I trust my fate to thee, Or place my hand in thine, Before I let thy future give Color and form to mine, Before I peril all for th...Rate it:

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Claude McKay
Your words dropped into my heart like pebbles into a pool, Rippling around my breast and leaving it melting cool. Your kisses fell sharp on my f...Rate it:

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Absent Place—an April Day
Emily Dickinson
Absent Place—an April Day— Daffodils a-blow Homesick curiosity To the Souls that snow— Drift may block within it Deeper than without— Daffodil del...Rate it:

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Adrift: A Brisbane River Reverie
George Essex Evans
An amphitheatre of purple hills And emerald slopes where nestling villas gleam, Flooded with golden light that crowns and fills Height, vale, and s...Rate it:

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Alas for Youth
Hakim Abu'l-Qasim Ferdowsi Tusi Firdowsi
Much have I labored, much read o'er Of Arabic and Persian lore, Collecting tales unknown and known; Now two and sixty years are flown. Regret, and ...Rate it:

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All Distance Revealed
Kurt Philip Behm
The older I get, —the closer it seems The past from the future, —what’s real, to my dreams The older I get, —the deeper it feels Distraction ...Rate it:

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Robert William Service
Singing larks I saw for sale - (Ah! the pain of it) Plucked and ready to impale On a roasting spit; Happy larks that summer-long Stormed the radian...Rate it:

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Along This Coast I Led The Vacant Hours
Walter Savage Landor
Along this coast I led the vacant Hours To the lone sunshine on the uneven strand, And nipt the stubborn grass and juicier flowers With one unconsc...Rate it:

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Among the Flags
Louise Imogen Guiney
In Doric Hall, Massachussetts State House Dear witnesses, all-luminous, eloquent, Stacked thickly on the tessellated floor! The soldier-blood st...Rate it:

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An altered look about the hills
Emily Dickinson
An altered look about the hills— A Tyrian light the village fills— A wider sunrise in the morn— A deeper twilight on the lawn— A print of a vermill...Rate it:

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An Antheme
William Strode
O sing a new song to the Lord, Praise in the hight and deeper strayne; Come beare your parts with one accord, Which you in Heaven may sing againe. ...Rate it:

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An Epistle to a Lady
Mary Leapor
In vain, dear Madam, yes in vain you strive; Alas! to make your luckless Mira thrive, For Tycho and Copernicus agree, No golden Planet bent its Ray...Rate it:

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An Ode To A Lady. She Refusing To Continue A Dispute With Me, And Leaving Me In The Argument
Matthew Prior
Spare, generous victor, spare the slave, Who did unequal war pursue; That more than triumph he might have, In being overcome by you. In the disp...Rate it:

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An Old Sweetheart Of Mine
James Whitcomb Riley
As one who cons at evening o'er an album all alone, And muses on the faces of the friends that he has known, So I turn the leaves of Fancy, till in...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
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
By the late W. W. (of H.M. Inland Revenue Service). And is it so? Can Folly stalk And aim her unrespecting darts In shades where grave Professors...Rate it:

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David Herbert Lawrence
The hoar-frost crumbles in the sun, The crisping steam of a train Melts in the air, while two black birds Sweep past the window again. ...Rate it:

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April Byeway
Edmund Blunden
Friend whom I never saw, yet dearest friend, Be with me travelling on the byeway now In April's month and mood: our steps shall bend By the shut sm...Rate it:

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Armistice: To His Dead Cobber From The Sentimental Bloke
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'm sittin' 'ere, Mick - sittin' 'ere today, Feelin' 'arf glum, 'arf sorter - reverent, Thinkin' strange, crooked thorts of 'ow they say: 'The '...Rate it:

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